Take a perfume bottle named 'Moon Fragment' . Dangle a single diamond in the center of the sphere.
TI IS MAD FOR: Tokujin Yoshioka's: 'Moon Fragments' from The 'Story of... Memories of CARTIER Creations' ExhibitionSubmitted by Wayne on Wed, 2009-04-08 20:58.
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Art Break April 7 2009
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"Anything that triggers you to take a picture is a creative and personal decision . That is the moment that you're saying, I need that . I need to see more of that. This is what I've been looking for and no one else could give it to me . That's what makes your work specific. That's how people can recognize your work."
Katja Rahlwes in a conversation with TI
TI IS MAD FOR: RON ARAD'S "OH THE FARMER AND THE COWMAN SHOULD BE FRIENDS" BOOKSHELF @ THE TIMOTHY TAYLOR GALLERYSubmitted by Wayne on Mon, 2009-04-06 20:34.
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TI's spies are hissing away again....
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In the midst of the frenzy of last month's New York Fashion Week, I popped into this rather eminent West Village townhouse for a quick appointment . I discovered that the townhouse was the domain of a very energetic young designer with a line dubbed "Priestess NYC" . The room was jammed packed with cool kids from Paris, a certain ID fashion editor, a steady stream of buyers and curious fashion journalists. Quelle scene, I thought. Then the information came to light that Priestess NYC was a line that has been rocked by everybody from Bjork to Tyra Banks and Nathalie Portman. (Damn...where have I been) Cody Ross, the creator of the line is one of those Only-In-New York figures, originally from Dallas, Texas with stop-offs at the London School Of Economics and Central Saint Martin's. After trading texts and emails back and forth for roughly a month TI finally caught up with Cody for a coffee and the swift unraveling of his amazing design narrative.