Isn’t she fabulous?

Interview with Michèle Lamy by Sofia Tchkonia.

Personal Uniforms

daft punk Diane-Pernet-June-2012Milan terry-richardson

While uniforms in general (military, school or even corporate uniforms) remain fascinating in everyday life and a continuous source of inspiration for fashion designers, certain individuals (from Karl Lagerfeld and Diane Pernet to the Daft Punk guys) lead the concept to another level, creating their own personal uniforms.

As Rick Owens confesses in a GQ interview: I have twenty of the same thing, I wear the same outfit every single day. I can’t imagine having to choose clothes in the morning. It would drive me crazy. I mean, I found one thing I like and then I probably have twenty of it. I change it a little bit every year, maybe, but it’s basically the same thing”.

Wearing an uniform (the same outfit day by day, only with slightly changes) is definitely a fruit of self-discipline. Especially when it comes the world of fashion – an elitist tribe of glitz and glam, it’s not easy to stand out of the crowd. Perhaps the ultimate extravaganza is to find a restrictive, distilled personal formula, blend with it, achieving an iconic look. Sometimes this could be a lifelong project. But I guess it worths.

Red Dot Magic


Incognito variations

Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2008 versus Maison Martin Margiela haute couture Spring 2013


Timeless Motifs

Constantin Brancusi – Kissing Gate (Targu Jiu, Romania)

Rick Owens close-up – S/S 2013 collection

You can leave you hat on!

The basic rules to follow in order to get a perfect picture: take a girl, get her clothes off and put on a nice hat!

Of course, when the girl is Lady Gaga, the stylist is Grace Coddington and the photographers are Mert & Marcus, the overall effect is even better.

Lady Gaga, posing for Vogue, September 2012, in a gorgeous hat  designed by Stephen Jones.


The Power of the Image

Batman lensed by Herb Ritts, one of my favorite fashion photographers.