There is no other artist I admire more. And miss so much.
1. LAZOSCHMIDL Fall/Winter 2016
2. Harley Weir Document Journal 2016
3. Hadar Pitchon Vagazine 2016
4. Unknown Source
5. Bruce Weber Michael Jackson, L'Uomo Vogue 2007
6. Steven Klein VMAN 2015
The back is back. Yet, it has never been away. Before the behind, what was hidden is now being revealed. Masculinism following feminism. Breast versus bottom. Apple versus pear.
Philippe Vogelenzang Marwan Kenzari, Vogue Netherlands Man 2016
Something for the night. Feminist method acting. The penis has disappeared but is only hidden, tucked away for a future that is genderless. Or a gender that is future-less. But tonight, we'll keep the hopes up, pun intended.
or 'Something like a Fall/Winter 2016 women's trend report'
Although three is a trend, it is not always welcome. We have been confronted with the ugly, the horrible and the unflattering. Randomly put together, the irony of self-irony is the key accessory for the upcoming apocalyptic summer. We won’t survive anyway, so why should we be dressing up? #REALUGLY
1. Sterling Ruby Work Wear (exhibition poster), 2016
2. Sterling Ruby 103 Sweatshirt (#4653.0001), 2013
3. Sterling Ruby 306 Hooded Coat (#5862.0002), 2013
4. Sterling Ruby 306 Hooded Coat (Orta), 2014
"I think I would want to be an artist probably. But talking about an ultimate fear (...), I would not be scared to be an artist. I would be scared to be an artist after a career of twenty years in fashion." - Raf Simons, T Magazine
Work Wear: Garment And Textile Archive 2008 - 2016, March 11 - April 09 2016, Sprüth Magers London, UK