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Sleazenation, June 2001, Fashion by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Photography by Donald Christie, Styling by Thom Murphy

Fashion, represents nothing more than one of the many forms of life by the aid of which we seek to combine the tendency toward social equalization with the desire for individual differentiation and change. Georg Simmel Photography by Donald Christie

Charles Jourdan and Guy Bourdin ad for Vogue, 1967. I want those tights!

1967 Shoes and stockings by Charles Jourdan for Vogue. Photo by Guy Bourdin.

Young Beyonce and young Kelendria (with the two lost tribe members of DC) in Tommy Jeans.

There is nothing more than Destiny's Child in head-to-toe Tommy Hilfiger. Always in matching outfits (and I mean always) Destiny's Child became synonymous with crazy outfits, usually in metallic shades.

1960s - Space age fashion by Pierre Cardin - (mid century modern, atomic era, clothes, style, apparel)

- Space age fashion by Pierre Cardin - (mid century modern, atomic era, clothes, style, apparel)

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Colourful Sixties shoes captured by Guy Bourdin

1967 ad - MOD flower power shoes with matching hose: yellow, green, red, pink, by Charles Jourdan. (photo by Guy Bourdin)

「一日に何回も、ファストファッションで買い物するなんて、少しは疑問持てよ、と言いたい」と山本耀司

「一日に何回も、ファストファッションで買い物するなんて、少しは疑問持てよ、と言いたい」と山本耀司

1969. L'officiel. Huge metallic necklace by Pierre Cardin. Photo by Roland Bianchini (B?)

Parures Insolites L’Officiel 1969 Photographer: Roland Bianchini Pierre Cardin, Fall 1969 Eustaquio Kiwi

What the future looked like way back when

What the future looked like way back when

A 1950 Popular Mechanics article predicted we would wear rayon underwear that chemical companies would buy from us to convert into candy. These are nurse uniforms of the future.

Sculptural Fashion - pastel pink bomber jacket with soft padded shape // Acne

The art of overstatement

The Art Of Overstatement, Sojourner Morrell by Damian Foxe for How To Spend It, December 2012

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