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"Walk This Way" Official Video (via i-D Magazine)

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globalawakening:

her voice is so powerful.

and the video is just amazing.

don’t know what to say…

Sia - Chandelier (Official Video)

raveneuse:

Kazuo Ohno

raveneuse:

Kazuo Ohno

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 For the very first time Veronique Branquinho presented her autumn/winter 2004/05 menswear collection in a live show performance. As a special guest of the 65th Pitti Immagine Uomo fashion shows, she staged a rather alienating show using scenic elements from the “Red Room” in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks series. For the choreography she collaborated with Flemish choreographer/dancer/actor Samuel Louwyck. Instead of models Branquinho chose to work with “real men”. Location was the Teatro Goldoni in Venice.

For the very first time Veronique Branquinho presented her autumn/winter 2004/05 menswear collection in a live show performance.

As a special guest of the 65th Pitti Immagine Uomo fashion shows, she staged a rather alienating show using scenic elements from the “Red Room” in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks series. For the choreography she collaborated with Flemish choreographer/dancer/actor Samuel Louwyck.

Instead of models Branquinho chose to work with “real men”. Location was the Teatro Goldoni in Venice.

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helloagauniverse:

Kazuo Ohno (and Tatsumi Hijikata) was a founder of the Butoh dance movement. A type of Japanese performance where images and ideas are translated into rich movements and gestures. Typically it deals with grotesque and taboo subjects. Aided by curious Japanese styled costume and makeup design, It’s unsettling and very peculiar to say the least.

“Be reborn always and everywhere. Again and again.” — Tatsumi Hijikata

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hoodoothatvoodoo:

Ohara Koson
'Dancing Fox'
1910

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Ohara Koson

'Dancing Fox'

1910

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"Billy Wilder came up to me in a little restaurant and introduced himself and said ‘Now, leesen, I got dis film here, and it’s a period piece, ‘bout a couple of museecians who vitness the St Valentine’s Day Massace,…and you’re in drag for 85 per cent of the picture. You want to do it?’ If Billy called me tomorrow with one line, I would do it because it’s the good fortune of even just knowing him. He’s one of the most stimulating things in my life. I don’t know what it would be like to spend 60 seconds with him that were dull.” Jack Lemmon

"Billy Wilder came up to me in a little restaurant and introduced himself and said ‘Now, leesen, I got dis film here, and it’s a period piece, ‘bout a couple of museecians who vitness the St Valentine’s Day Massace,…and you’re in drag for 85 per cent of the picture. You want to do it?’ 
If Billy called me tomorrow with one line, I would do it because it’s the good fortune of even just knowing him. He’s one of the most stimulating things in my life. I don’t know what it would be like to spend 60 seconds with him that were dull.” Jack Lemmon

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