#art inspired * photos of most elegance above are from: 1,2 and 7. Yvonne Laufer 3...

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TOXIQUE no. 5  Toxique Magazine is a free online e-magazine featuring both established and upcoming artists/haute couture fashion designers form all over the world. This fifth issue of TOXIQUE Magazine we'll bring focus on a stunning new fashion designer Yvonne Laufer and her collection VOID, the incredible art by world famous artist Kate MccGwire and   handmade jewelry that just begs to be touched by Rocks&Rabbit.  Enjoy!

#ClippedOnIssuu from TOXIQUE no. 5

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TOXIQUE no. 5  Toxique Magazine is a free online e-magazine featuring both established and upcoming artists/haute couture fashion designers form all over the world. This fifth issue of TOXIQUE Magazine we'll bring focus on a stunning new fashion designer Yvonne Laufer and her collection VOID, the incredible art by world famous artist Kate MccGwire and   handmade jewelry that just begs to be touched by Rocks&Rabbit.  Enjoy!

Glamorous Chic Life

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photos of most elegance above are from:
1,2 and 7. Yvonne Laufer
3 and 5.  Léa Peckre
4. Alyona Subbotina by Sandrine Dulermo
and Michael Labica for How to Spend It April 2015
6.  H&M
8. Miriam Ocariz for spring-summer 2011
9. Chanel  SS 2015

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art: Dong Xiaohui
I don't have to say that I absolutely love all the colors in this painting. It's so fragile and fresh like the scent of spring. It could have been my grandma's backyard. 
I've only found one article about the author and since it was in Chinese and after I put it in google translate and it was still hard to decipher I can only share one sentence that stuck with me, he said - that every painting is a farewell.
"... my farewells are already half made to everyone except myself. "
                                                                — Michel de Montaigne — 

fashion:
In this sum I'm taken by the work of Yvonne Laufer and the deconstructive cut of the clothes she designes. Photos showcased here are from her collection 'Void' where she experimented with different laser cut techniques based on the concept of negative space. The collection explores the boundaries between form and non-form as well as materiality and nothingness. 




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  1. lovely post! It's so amazing:)

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