By Suzy Menkes
February 10, 2013.
We were once described as “black crows” — us fashion folk gathered outside an abandoned, crumbling downtown building in a uniform of Comme des Garçons or Yohji Yamamoto. “Whose funeral is it?” passers-by would whisper with a mix of hushed caring and ghoulish…
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Le Corbusier, René Herbst, Pierre Jeanneret, Louis Sognot et Charlotte Perriand. La Maison du Jeune Homme, Exposition internationale de Bruxelles, 1935 (via !)
Blinky Palermo, Coney Island II, 1975, Collection Ströher, Darmstadt, Germany, Photo: Jens Ziehe, Berlin.