Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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Nick Knight's PUNKATURE editorial from AnOther magazine AW 2011. 
This is everywhere for a good reason. Helmut Lang Prefall 2012.



Left: Don't know, please tell Right: Sorcha by Saga Sig
Left: Balmain Right: Aoi Kotsuhiroi
Left: Unknown Right: Royal Extreme
Left: Albert Watson 1990 Right: Nadja Auermann by Ellen von Unwerth


Top Left: Kacper Kasprzyk Top Right: Unknown Bottom Left: Unknown Bottom Right: Daniel Rybakken - Daylight comes sideways









12 comments :

  1. oh ho ho hooo that gothic church! you might be seeing that one soon. and please promote american apparel, it's a mediocre idea made genius.
    <3 theseunitedstatesofamericans

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  2. Yes, I also love black! :) It's so strong, so expressive. Best wishes from Germany

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  3. thanku so much for your sweet comments.
    i'm impressed by your style and in particular your beauty. so pure, so mysterious.
    the feather mask you'r wearing is from h&m right? got it too:)
    i put you in my favorite bloglist on the side of my blog. keep up the
    beautiful work little lady! xxx
    sophie

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    1. Hi and thanks for all your nice words :]
      Yep, the mask is from H&M, it was so pretty and cheap I had to grab it...
      I'm going to make a list of favourite blogs soon, yours will be on it.
      - Sóley

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  4. love it!!!

    www.aroundlucia.com
    www.aroundlucia.com

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  5. This post is amazing. So much gothic/black inspiration.

    from LUAR

    x

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  6. Hi Sóley,
    I have been hoping for a new post from you for some time, and now got rewarded with a humongous ultra-post on things black and gothy.
    Wonderful ramblings! Your blog's got so much personality to it - very inspiring! And wonderful imagery.
    I've read The Girl who Played with Fire. Originally it was a Swedish journalist's hobby project, and then it went and became a Hollywood film. It doesn't have the artistic integrity I would usually look for in a film. Watch Lars von Trier's Melancholia in stead, I think you would love it, it's got some of the same romantic, transient quality about it which I enjoy about your blog.

    Happy new year! Or January... from Sanne

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    1. Hey! Thanks for your beautiful comment. That was exactly my plan, to make something big to make up for a whole lot of nothing. I will definitely check out Melancholia, looks really good (which also reminded me to put Lars Von Trier's Dancer in the Dark on my to-watch list)
      - Sóley

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  7. Awww kisi fór alveg með mig, rosa flott blogg!!

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  8. Why is everyone regurgitating the late 80s ? lol

    Avantgarde t h e n, maybe

    Now ? Don't make me laugh !

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  9. I mean, how un c r e a t i v e ?

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