28 April 2009

Soviet Graphics

Later tonight I will have a drink at the Westbourne Pub in London.
I want my haircolour to be hazelnut brown with a little bit of caramel and a hint of mahogany. The only hairstylist I can think of who can do it is Luigi Murenu
I have to see clear today.
I am looking forward for the exhibition artmeetsfashion this weekend (21/22. March 09) p.m. at the Praterinsel in Munich showing some of my collages, pencil drawing and an IRMA customized Louis Vuitton bag. The Gallery shop will also sell some of my IRMA for Cada jewelry Collection. Nigin Beck, Sylvie Fleury, Isabel Haase and Ryo Kawasaki will be amongst others showing their work. The show will be just during the week end 21./22. März from 11.00 to 18.00.
RED red red, pined up hair at Louis Vuitton.
Red, glittery eyes at PRADA.
Elegant, beautyfull, long postures at PRADA.
When I was walking along Rue Carbon in Paris I thought of Carla Bruni putting her guitar in the chic Chanel guitar bag from the summer 2009 collection.
Hair styles inspired by the 1940ies in contrast to a ruff texture.
Red and fast boots by LOUIS VUITTON.
A new sexy vision by Muiccia Prada.
WHAT MY EYES SAW. When I was just in Paris, Milan and New York.
The CHLOE summer collection makes me reuse all my beautyfull ribbons for a bow. I put a bow around my ponytale, my waist, my neck, my ankle and my armwrist.

Old-school Soviet Graphics are the visual inspiration this spring. Go shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City and get treated with a beautyfull designed shopping bag and visit the Rodchenko exhibition at the Tate Modern (until May 17) for graphic inspiration.

My favorite artist at the moment is Adriana Czernin. I just visited her exhibition DIE MACHT DES ORNAMENTS (until May 17) at the Orangerie, Unteres Belvedere, in Vienna. 



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most varied places,
from fashion shows
to art exhibits, from lonely
beaches to bustling cities.



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