'The Dream' by Damien Hirst is a formaldehyde sculpture created in 2008 and part of the 'Natural History' collection. After sharks, cows and sheep the british artist canned a white foal as an unicorn leaving viewers spellbound. Second picture shows a coherent work called 'The Broken Dream'. A morbid idea we can't stop gazing at.
It isn'ta rum start that Alexander Wang's newest resort collection is incredible as always. Not sure how he does but creating wearable and still extraordinary stuff seems to be his sixth sense. Can't get enough of those typical Wang-ish elements like cropped shirts, rough leather, chunky heels, sportive details and a dose of androgyny. My favourites are these crocodile skin shorts and open-back knits.
Cracked gold, clear accessories, boyish lace-ups and a reunion of red, thats what Philip Lim's new creations are about. Seeing single pieces of a collection can be very inspiring because you have to make up your mind how to combine it while on the runway a complete look is already presented. Flipping through those showroom pictures I think I like the contrast between fancy and masculine details a lot as seen by Philip Lim.