... a nice envelope. But it’s more important, the letter inside the envelope than the envelope.” — Carine Roitfeld in Mario Sorrenti's shortfilm 'carine's world' for Barneys.
the things in my bag, april 2011
don't mind the future we'll live again / we'll live we'll live we'll live we'll live again / in a time when you want it / it's all it's all it's all in your head / don't mind the future / we'll live we'll live we'll live in your head / in your head, in your head / put your life on a hold / for now, we never get old / try not to / try not to understand it / too young to choose / still want to be a bird, cut loose / the future by van jets
"I'm afraid to grow up because sometimes it seems like things will never feel this beautiful again." - T.
1 blue spring sky 2 rayban reading glasses on wall 3 sunset in roma 4 macchiato 5 saturday 6 spring 7 lunch 8 diary 9 trainstation 10 wahre kunst 11 rainbow 12 desert 13 choose your language 14 wien ist wo warten noch freude macht 15 cloudy sky 16 you 17 galleria vittoria emanuele II 18 walk 19 morning in vienna 20 ciccio 21 codyjune visitcards 22 muffins for cody 23 codys galloschen 24 noon 25 before school begins 26 festival time 27 popart for dinner 28 milano 29 these shoes are made for walking 30 fünf nach fünf
TheTalks: When you look back on the New York you knew in the seventies, how does it make you feel looking at what New York is like today?
Patti Smith: It’s shocking, I still can’t believe it. Tom Verlaine and I lived in the East Village, we had a place that cost maybe a hundred dollars a month – six floor walk up with no bathroom – and now that same apartment is like a thousand dollars. Not only did it change aesthetically because they destroyed a lot of places, but the beauty of New York used to be that young people could come from all over with no money, having only creative instincts and get some cheap apartment, get a job at a book store as I did, and build their life. You can’t do that anymore; it’s a completely different economic structure. I mean I look at cafes and there are no people sitting around writing poetry anymore.
- Patti Smith in an interview for the talks / pic source
Thats just the way cities should still be.
INVIERNO / WINTER 2010-11 - JOINER CREEK by el delgado buil
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Anna Figuera Delgado and Macarena Ramos Buil are the founders of the brand el delgado buil.
They opened a store in Barcelona and showed their collections in Barcelona, Lisbon, Mexico and Lithuana.