March 2, 2010

martha stewart=winona ryder, to spencer, apparently

Oh hey, Internets! Haven't been checking up on you in a while. This weekend I was sort of busy moving 34058 tons of clothing into a new closet since there can only be so many baskets full of clothes scattered randomly across the house until you are immobile and tripping, a lot, all the time. Behold, Photo Documentation! Because I like to avoid real work and just stare at the Clueless/Olympics ceremonies on the pretty moving picture machine instead, and also take pictures of the stuff I'm supposed to be doing.
TOO MUCH STUFF
AND THIS IS NOT EVEN ALL OF IT. BY ANY. MEANS.
I have a problem. Is there a doctor in the house?
The answer to this would be, no! There is, sometimes, a friend named Spencer, and we sometimes act like goofballs (read: a lot.)

tree fight from Spencer Tweedy on Vimeo.


Ha ha, you crazy kids.

And what did I do today? Because you care, obviously? Well, for a science project, I collected bacteria on the many surfaces in the school bathrooms using Scientific Technological Fancy Devices known as q-tips. This meant toilet seats! And? The best part? That I had to collect from the boys' bathroom, too. EW COOTIES. And? The bester part? A DUDE CAME IN WHILE I WAS COLLECTING BACTERIA FROM THE PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER AND THOUGHT I WAS ALSO A DUDE. So. That's, um, that.

And aside from all this, what else did I do this weekend? Not blog, I'll tell you that! So I shall do so now, and catch up on Milan:Dolce and Gabbana. Um, I am too lazy to pick my favorites from 72 FREAKING LOOKS so here is the opener. It was definitely an extension from last season, though slightly more grown up (last season was kind of goth teenager at times, in a good way, of course.) Mostly I like that there wasn't really a hook, or a distinctive print that will make "DOLCE FALL 2010" spring to mind when I see it in a magazine: timeless pieces. And, like every designer and their mom this season, there was velvet. But it looked good! Draped velvet that didn't look like funky aunt condo upholstery! Bravo, men!
Still, some people are saying this is like..the new "power-dressing" or something? I mean, some pieces definitely were for a strong lady and whatnot, but it was hard to tell what the dudes wanted to say when there were seventy-two freaking looks. There wasn't a "hook", and I think this was mostly a good thing - no gimmicks. But there wasn't a consistency either, and any kind of statement about power dressing was lost when differing silhouettes were somewhat arbitrarily thrown out in an order that felt pretty random. There was something somewhat indecisive about it, and while I'm not opposed to some interesting tension, it didn't seem deliberate when the individual looks were exuding confidence and sexiness. But the overall vibe of the show, if lacking cohesion, was classic Dolce & Gabbana. I mean, leopard prints! Black! Polka dots! Pencil skirts! Silk florals!
Also, MOULIN ROUGE SOUNDTRACK! Epic!

And actually, this gets me thinking, because I just watched the video on style.com after writing this, and it seems like the show was actually really moving, and everyone there was crying because there was a video in the background of Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce actually making the clothes. And that's quite a nice idea; the dialogue between the designer and the clothing is very personal. My reaction versus the reaction of the people speaking in the video reminded me of what Suzy Menkes recently said about how a collection can't be reviewed if the writer wasn't actually at the show. I sort of disagree - I mean, if I had been at the show, I would've seen the video and heard the soundtrack and been in a room full of crying people before writing what I thought about the collection itself. While the show certainly helps the designer convey their message, it's also sort of jading, because you're given preconceived notions as to what you're supposed to see. I'm thinking out loud here, so bear with me. But really, it is just about the clothes themselves, isn't it? And what they can convey on their own, without music, and a set, and hair and makeup? How important is presentation? Hm hm hm. What do you think? I'm curious.

Moving on...
marnimarni
Marni. Every season Consuelo Castiglioni and Lucinda Chambers somehow makes totally grandma-style stuff just work and come with a sort of coolness and effortlessness. I think the breezy attitude was supposed to make its mark with oversized tops, but in some cases ended up looking too boxy, or stuffy, or drowning, or awkwardly-fitted and frumpy. And like, I love awkward fitting! AND frumpy! A lot! And also clothes that drown the wearer, because I like being a hermit! But for some reason I couldn't get with it this time. Other than that, and one dress that was maybe a bit too similar to that Margiela get up, I loved it. I usually do love Marni. There were, as always, epic prints and colors. Marni always, always does wonderful colors! The breeziness (this is starting to sound like a goddamn Covergirl commercial, my God) still found its way in by the end, with sheers and low cuts and slivers of sequins and relaxed color palettes.

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Missoni. Okay, there was seriously something really tingly and exciting and awesome in the zig zag-printed water coolers at the Missoni offices this season because WOW. They've been going in a wonderful new direction since Vanessa Reid became the stylist but I think for a couple seasons the styling was more to credit on account of mood of the collection, more so than the actual design. This time we got a nice balance. The doily dresses (to be worn with Rodarte doily top, obvz) and giant blanket ponchos are nomadic on their own, especially with a sandier, darker color palette (not a cooler one, necessarily-just darker. I picked here the looks I liked the most, but there were warm colors too. I am just really drawn to greens and blues!) World traveler, right here, but with a certain sumptuousness. I don't think there is another fashion house that can spell out luxury in free-spirited clothing in quite the same way.

115 comments:

Isabelle said...

aw shoot you two are entertaining

Sarah Margeurite said...

I think presentation is actually quite important, it sort of shows to the audience what kind of message you will be conveying while wearing the clothes, if that makes any sense. But of course when it comes down to it, the presentation could be absolutely amazing but it wouldn't matter if the clothes were just blah.

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Juliette said...

Once again, another interesting and amusing blog post!
Love the video with you and your friend! Simply adorable.

WhereForArtThouRomeo


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Jacqueline said...

My favorite part was hearing about what you are doing in school! I love collecting bacteria on the strangest surfaces. Try a cell phone next time and you will really be grossed out! xo

www.FashionSnag.com

blukats said...

My first thought when you mentioned being at the show versus not being there and watching it is that it is like being at a concert versus watching a dvd of the concert. Or a play, opera, anything that would bring a person in as being part of the event when there. I think it depends on what a person wants to get out of it. If you want to get into the emotion of it all, the overall feel then being there can definitely bring that into a review. However it's often good to be able to step back and be an unbiased outsider. Often one can then see things that are missed in the big overall picture.

Also, if a designer, or singer, or actor can transend through other mediums, it makes one feel maybe they are even more the artist. Such as watching that show and still being able to feel what they wanted to convey.

As for the fashion, I like those Missoni outfits and I'm not into patterns much. I think in part it's the way they went with just wrapping the fabric, letting it do the talking. Fun looks!

In-tree-gue said...

RODARTE JACKET
Dolce was a bit too safe. It was still good and yes, there was waay to many looks. It really got repetitive with the hot pants with the blazers...Marni was awkward amazing and missoni was like rodarte before the deconsuntrion. But more print oriented versus texture oriented.

laia. said...

bestvideo.

we are not alone. said...

such a charming little film? What did you use to make it look like a Charlie Chaplin film? Is it what you filmed it on or something created in production? It's awesome looking!

Domino said...

Great blog, and I loved that video. The Missoni collection was really interesting.

-Domino
http://domino-fashionprodigy.blogspot.com

MADISON thing said...

Gorgeous collection by Marni!
You poor thing, all that clothes!!!

♥ MADISON thing

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Mitchie said...

You know......I really like the pictures of your room in a mess. Its so interesting, I just want to sneak into your house and just have a SNOOP FEST and just like go through your closet and might take something.;) But still, so much cool stuff.
Oh and your toy collection is coolio hoolio.
For Dolce and Gabbana, it seemed like they were making more wearable clothes this season. Like they were being hold back. But they successfully made it look awosome and all the other things you said.
P.S Alexander Wang better be mature and invite you to his next show! But still, if he is a meanie butt its ok, cause his clothes are a tad boring. Some clothes though really work.
bye!

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M said...

I think it's when an artist chooses her frame, decides to blow up or shrink down a photo, paint the space black, etc. It adds to the entire message of the work.

zoomslow said...

"But really, it is just about the clothes themselves, isn't it?"

Yes, it sure is! For me, the true power of fashion is a self-contained thing. You should be able to look at the garments in any surrounding, and get totally swept up in everything that the designer intended to convey.

Yes, clothes should look good in a show, but they should look even better out in the real world - because this is where you can really see what effect the clothes have on society! Do they shock you, soothe you, seduce you, confuse you, comfort you etc. (when matched up against what the general feel of the environment is)

WOW is right!!! How awesome is that 3rd from the left Missoni outfit! Gives me that Rei Kawakuboesque desire to get creative myself. How can so many good things come together in one outfit??? :-)

Fantastic review, dude! (whilst still being fully aware of all your awesome femininity!! So. That's, um, that. :-)))

Val said...

Presentation? Hmm. Presentation differs slightly with the medium - for art on the runway, I would say that it has a least moderate importance. Music and lighting,even an individual model's walk can minutely alter your mood and your impressions of the clothing. Yes, you can decide whether or not you like a line by the photographs, but you may not be able to imagine how you would feel wearing those clothes or visualize how they would move with you. It's the basic different between two dimensional and three dimensional.

I loved the Missoni line - the skirts especially, but I have to admit that I did not like the Marni line. Many of the outfits looked like a bad sixties acid flashback and they were rather shapeless to boot. Not my style.

I love that I've found your blog; you've inspired me to be more creative with my choices. Keep up the good work.

firefly said...

lol tree fight. :) That looks fun! We used to do that too, but without the snow.

Milan always gives off a different vibe from New York or London. Somehow, the design of the clothes is subtly different. Anyway, I really like the patterns for the Marni collection, not so much as the clothes. It looks really IKEA print, which is nice. Missoni I like too, because of the tribal whatnot and the way it mixes with a sophisticated street-wear (practical shoes) and traditionally more high-end bits.
Whew, that was a long comment.

fledgling said...

marni is so great at making the unsexy very sexy.

it the kind of clothing only women can appreciate on other women and straight men don't understand.

i love it.

and missoni does no wrong.

love.

xoxo
maxwellconrad

www.fledglingblog.blogspot.com

olivias-pizzaz said...

great reviews! and i love the video of you and your friend!
olivias-pizzazz.blogspot.com
xx

nami-vatomori said...

LOL Had to do the exact same thing for bacteria 2 years ago. :3 But I stayed on the more sanitized parts, doorknobs and pencils. Oh, the wonders of bacteria.

GAH. I have yet to catch up on Milan.
Hmm, not a big fan of velvet, but if it's Dolce and Gabbana, I'm sure they can make it work. 8D

Time to procrastinate and get my behind onto watching it. 8D

Soren Lorensen said...

this video sorta reminds me of Buster Keaton...in brief?

I llike it.

DMX said...

I love your movie! The collection, D&G appeared to be very nice headgear. Especially in the photo that is Tao Okamoto. sorry for my English, I know that I am doing a small spelling mistakes;)
I invite you to me:
domixinwonderland.blogspot.com

The Tights that Bind said...

The relationship between the show and the collection is a bit of a weird one. The show is basically, to me, a form of ekphrasis, like the captioning of a photograph. Yes, it adds a narrative element (in this case one that is highly stylized and often personal) that one misses by just looking at the clothes, and can certainly stand on its own as a form of expression. But the clothes, as pieces of art, need to be able to stand on their own because it isn't the relationship between the show and the clothes that's sustainable, it's the pieces themselves that are the lasting representations of the designer's artistic vision.

P said...

you two are so cute!!

the roaring silence of a diamond said...

Yeah, you and spencer win at awesome.
I want everything in the world from missoni :(

kate said...

Wow Tavi, thats so nice ! I hope you will checkout my blog because all the other times i have commented you havent really. . . commented back, hmm , great post any ways !! :DDD

http://get-style-all.blogspot.com/

thanks so much !

Tarryn said...

Contextualisation of everything is key, thus presentation is always going to be important. While it is the clothes that are important -in the sense that they are the final product- they are also imbued with a passion, by the mere nature of their creation. This should not be forgotten in my view.

While I am in favour of the 'bigger picture', I also believe that this is best conceptualised in terms of deconstruction. If you separate the individual aspects and analyse each, I think you get a better idea of connections between them. Thus, because I am able to see the contextualisation, but also read the reviews of bloggers who were not there at the time, I am able to get a full sense of the congruences (or lack there of) between the show and the clothing.

Best of both worlds. Middle ground, and all that jazz. FANtastic.

CAROLINE. said...

That video was hilarious.

http://anothercaroline.tumblr.com

Birthday Girl said...

awesome review, written beautifully as we have come to expect from you! adored Missoni, a perfect balance between classic Missoni style/prints done in a contemporary and different way. love love love. also Marni shoes make me want to steal them off the models feet!!

xx
come visit!
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50two said...

People like you should lock yourselves at home and never ever see shows in real life, so you can provide the public service of pure unadulterated runway reviews. In fact, don't read a single book or article or magazine or watch anything or listen to anything or talk to anyone, so your reviews can concentrate purely on the clothes with absolutely no influence of a context!

Shopper said...

I watched this video yesterday on Spencer's blog and I totally love it.

Clare said...

That video is just so SO cute. Honestly, you look like you have so much fun!
Also, loving Marni! The colours and thr prints are perfect (as always!) I could really imagine layering those dresses up with chunky knitwear... lovely.
Clare x

Helen said...

It is so great to read a post like this; it makes me feel hopeful and happy, and it makes me excited to think of other young women and girls discovering feminism. Keep on keeping on. YOU ROCK.

Helen Neely

mili said...

as a makeup junkie, presentation is important for shows. the nail polish shades, the cheeks, its all part of it! <3

Mary said...

The Missoni prints make me happy. Love the red Marni coat - those sleeves, ahhh!

martin said...

love your ideas and your blog
check mine out
www.unseenfashionaddicts.blogspot.com
i would love your feedback

martin said...

love your ideas and your blog
check mine out
www.unseenfashionaddicts.blogspot.com
i would love your feedback

AnAzevedo said...

Love your film... so funny and cool!

Diane said...

I absolutely loved the Golce and Gabanna collection, my next post will also be about it :))

I loved the way they showed the underwear as outerwear in such a natural way. There were all of the typical elements of the house, but presented in a new refreshing way :)

Just my thoughts :)

kiss

mila said...

You two are quite entertaining. The clothes are ridonculously amazing in this post. (not htat they're never not......)

The Style Revolution said...

I love the Dolce collection!!!

Katharine said...

I totally agree that relying on presentation is cheating. I am an actress, and I can't put subtitles beneath my line deliveries to make sure the audience understands what I mean, sees all the research that I put into my character - my performance has to speak for itself. Same for the clothes. They can't follow their work around with the video to make sure people "get it". It has to work on its own. I'm with you, Tavi.

PS - Just recently found out about you, and you are freakishly smart and well-spoken for your age. It's totally awesome.

Katie said...
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Katie said...

I sort of think, if you think clothing is art, and I think you do (and I certainly do) that it has to be viewed the way the artist intended. I can't imagine a mobile not hanging up, or the background of an installation missing.

The difference is, however, that these clothes are meant to be worn (well, some of them) off the runway, so the clothes MUST stand on their own a bit, no?

It's a balance, I think. Probably the best solution is that the clothes should hint at the show's emotions, themes, and inspirations, even if they're being worn by a regular old everyday person.

Tiffany S. said...

I think presentation is everything.
clothing are created to be shown in movement, to be worn. that's why it is so important that these shows get filmed, since a photograph doesn't give the pieces so much power.

maybe that's why in 1910 already many fashion shows were featured in 'newsreels'. maybe that's why today more and more designers are creating 'fashion short films', so that they can translate the message of their collection/fashion show on screen in a more creative way... since fashion is coded, and has a meaning/language of it's own, I think it is only fair we take into consideration the context in which the pieces are presented.

I'm writing my Master's thesis on the subject, so hence the long post.

:)

Tiffany

http://tiffany-shark-attack.blogspot.com/

Chloë said...

the video of you and Spencer is so cool :D you're such badasses

S. said...

Love what you're wearing in the video! Your vlogs are amazing as always.

x
Ava
www.stylesofia.com
www.stylesofia.com/blog

sarahbetty said...

Uhm so TOTALLY LOVED THE VIDEO YEAH.

Sarah Betty
http://sarahbetty.co.uk

vickileestyle said...

You are so cute!

Hope-Fashion Narcotics said...

Easy breezy beautiful!
I agree with you in the sense that clothes should be reviewed , ALL THE TIME, by people not being at shows. Becuase the whole excitemtn and atmospher eof clothes, can get you really jittery and excited, so it may bethe overall performance and not the actual garement thats reicve regonition. Look at just pokaroids of clothes on plain backgroundm and then seeing something amazing, proves that it is a fanstastic peice of mthfucking wonderment, not just the product of having some video redux playing (the kills totaly did that in 2005) and excellent make up.
Saying this, I would literally have killed Serge Gainsbourg to be there.
H
x

Hope-Fashion Narcotics said...

I have just realized I type like someone who cannot spell. On ketmaine. In the above post. Many aplogies.

Breathless Ms. Seberg said...

While I admire your willingness to learn, I don't think I could bring myself to take a swab of a toilet seat. Not because the physical act would bother me, but because I would be so afraid of what I'd find after carrying out the actual experiment. BARF!

If you really need to get rid of some of those clothes...you can totally send them to me. I'll take them off your hands, no problem. Ah, they wouldn't fit me, but still: girl's got style!

Jo March said...

Tavi, what did you think of D&Gs ski themed thing? I'm super curious to hear your thoughts about that...

caitlin @ blogbykobrak said...

That video was very good, it brightened up my day a lot :)

StyleSplash! said...

Hmmm..Spencer is very cute...:P

spammo76 said...

I wish my friends were as cool as yours are Tavi. Sadly most of mine are waifs and strays I pick up at the library. Which in my school is the hub of coolness.

Kat said...

I really like the Marni and Missoni collections, anything remotely granma(ish) and I want it.

Funny video, great music. Some good friends you have, I wish mine were a wee bit more fun, but I guess it's a handicap of age, by 20 you're supposed to be all serious and miserable xD; traumatised by the world, heh.


Kat
http://holyhooligans.com

Annie said...

Missoni is having a moment, and I am LOVING it.

nikkitania23 said...

very clever video type thing!! :)

ClaireFleetwood said...

Brilliant post as always but the video was definitly my fav! Very funny and awesomely cute outfit. You must have a zillion pairs of glasses.

http://bienmis.wordpress.com/

susy_09 said...

Hah... I loved the part where you were collecting acteria in the boys bathroom...
But, how could he not know you weren't a guy?

Funny stuff you and your friend.

=]

janeCanCan said...

HaHa love that video...so funny.Reminds me of my random friends.

DMKG said...

haha you are great! you know, if you ever feel you have too much clothing I'd be happy to take some off your hands ;)
~Dana
www.dailydoseofdana.tumblr.com

Photog said...

You crack me up! Love the silent movie video.


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thomas said...

dear tavi here's an extract of a funny and witty french documentary about fashion world and its future...And incindentally you APPEAR in it, quite at your "avantage" (i'm french)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x057Ad4c1r8

here it is ( in ENGLISh yeah) watch it fully it's quite interesting AND funny

TheStylist LA said...

Tavi, everything that you write is fantastic...you have such a way with words. We are always amazed at your intelligence, that is far beyond your age.

Also, your points on the D&G show are right on. Adding in the video of the boys making clothes really adds a personal attachment to the pieces, showing that the creation of a garment is an artistic process rather than just throwing something together. Also, presentation is quite important. Think about the presentation of a store....why you love to shop in the ones that you do and why you hate the ones you do. Alot of it has to do with the garments, but also the presentation of the store, and the feel.

Okay enough writing here....love the blog, keep up the good work!!

http://thestylistla.blogspot.com

WendyB said...

I loved the WSJ piece on the D&G finale...I was wondering why more people haven't mentioned all the jackets and the video of the tailors! I think that's such a beautiful idea.

Stinging Nettles said...

heyy tavi
i do the same thing (well not totally, we just act hyper and goofy and insane) with my friends! weren't dsquared also in Milan? My favourite band was there! Well, not favourite, but probably up in the top three favourite bands right now, see ya!
http://thoughtsofnettles.blogspot.com/

thomas said...

hum ya it's me the french one back

i was thinking on the scene of this satirical moovie about offices and machism you posted relating to prada..
well here's a french moovie giving a satire of the fashion microcosm, a film that later on became itself a fashion icon like.
look at this extract, truely joyful but stylish

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8x40g8bPyg

TQ blog said...

ci piace, i like this!

debi-joy said...

I love ur video especially the musik it reminds me of those old movies!!

debi-joy said...

wow tavi you are realy good at wrighting thats amanzing! it's the first Time I'm really reading your blog, usually i just scroll through and look at the pictures. I'm really impressed. Kind of feel bad now.

Blanchine. said...

Marni colours and the general attitude of the whole season are absolutely fantastic as always :)

electricsparks said...

Cool blog. Your ideas are really original. Anyways, can you please tell me which designer this is?

http://img21.yfrog.com/i/fashion1n.jpg/

I've been trying to figure it out for days. I thought you'd probably recognize it. I've been asking other people, but nobody knows! It's just a small thing, but it's driving me nuts. Silly, I know. :(

Anyways, I always enjoy reading your blog. Can't wait to see your future projects.

Flor M. said...

I think that many designers are being inspired by you..

Stephanie said...

I have to say, the video is fantastic. In one of my classes we just watched all of these silent films and they all had piano in the background and it's like you were subconsciously in the lecture. Or maybe you were really there, hiding under a table... Or maybe you were there some other way because I had the Paris Vogue in my bag and (surprise! not!) you're in it! Wonderful job, as always, lady! xx

Emily said...

TAVI! You must go on style.com and check out Tommy Ton's streetstyle pictures - the 6th one in is someone wearing the Miu Miu naked lady shirt UNDERNEATH a Comme des Garcons jacket (the one with the lip cut-out things!) IT'S INCREDIBLE!!!!

xx

Laura and Ane said...

i think im in love with your video.
inlove.

Katrina said...

mmmmmm Missoni. I love the pictures you chose. And the video? So cute!

Anastassia Chepelkevitch said...

I know what you mean. Fashion, and clothing, is based on opinion and what you like. You can't say, "This line represented this." Well, I guess you can, but no one is going to have the same opinion. For some people, the Dolce show will represent a childhood memory (running in underwear outside? YES), but for others, something else. At the same time, I love to see the hair and makeup to watch how the designers match their feelings of clothing with a different element that can be similar or completely different (And, it's nice to know what the runway's doing for hair and makeup, besides the typical black cat eye and lip smackers gloss a teenager wears.)

andrea said...

MOAR POSTZ OV UR OUTFITZ PLZ. KTHXBAI.

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andrea said...

NAWT DAT AHM UNGRAETFUL 4 UR REVIEWZ. AN XCELLENT POINT DA CLOTHEZ AR WHUT MATTURZ. DA CLOTHEZ AR DA ONLEE FING U CAN TAEK AWAE FRUM DA SHO. AN U AN DIS SPENCER KID SHUD MAEK LOTZ MOAR MOVIEZ.

Flipping Pages said...

Tavi, Paris fashion week has started and cannot wait to read what you have to say! I would love to see you do some painting too instead of just posting images from the show! I saw an interesting painting of Paris Fashion Week as a lady, much like what you would like to do
http://fashionfifthavenue.blogspot.com/2010/03/shes-back-after-long-hiatus-where-she.html

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Tavi said...

we are not alone.-I didn't make it so I can't say but I DO know that it's an iPhone app.

Tavi said...

Emily-Too.epic.

kathryn said...

a fabulous color scheme for a residence interior; textures that jump off the page!

MaoMichelle said...

About the importance of presentation...
I think importance is not the point, but naturally, presentation brings itself up.
I can't just see the clothes and be amazed and stop there.
If there were nothing around an artwork, and no preconceived notions, I would still imagine there were, and enjoy it altogether. I can't help it.
As a result of this natural process of my mind, I love to feel the atmosphere and everything around a piece of artwork, being it intentional presentation or not, because I find it fun to resemble thoughts and imagination with something I am seeing. Then, it's about feeling as much as I can, to enjoy the artwork. And for that, I seek for more and more, and this works naturally and intentionally.
I guess it's the same for the creators. With or without intention, creators are making presentations in one way or another from the point they make the artwork.

For example, your blog, I look at your photos and find them very interesting because of everything that is in them. And I love the combination of the photos in one post. And I love to read the sentences and look back at the photos to see how much more I can get out of them.


*I hope you can get what I meant to say...my English is imperfect because I am Japanese(well half Honduran)nuance is difficult to convey in another language
:(

same wavelength said...

we have the same problem... too many clothes.... ! Actually, my wardrobe needs a doctor....

Love your blog, love your creativity!

Sofia

http://same-wave.blogspot.com/

Helen said...

It is so great to read a post like this; it makes me feel hopeful and happy, and it makes me excited to think of other young women and girls discovering feminism. Keep on keeping on. YOU ROCK.
Hey, you should check out Books Martina Cole have written about hard girls and I think you'll love it.

Helen Neely

merryandpippin said...

I LOVE the music in that wee video, it made me super happy. And I love that it was in black and white. :)

Anna said...

Hi Tavi!
I'm a fan from you!
I can't got good English because I'm a German-girl, I come from Austria!
Your BLOG is fantastic and I love how you write.
Bye
Anna

(You can see my blog on German. You cannot understand this :D
Go on a translation side if you want but I think, you have no time or would not want this...
[in Austria it is 15:36 pm!!!])

kyrathegirl said...

I love it all.
ILOVE U
xx

Margret said...

Dear, I just wanna that someday I have a kid like YOU. You are amazing, full of culture and good taste to all!
Best wishes from Brazil
Karina Margret >.<

John Malvin said...

Your posts are always so great. I like how the pictures are accompanied by mind stimulating paragraphs which keep me interested!

Nikita said...

The D&G show was cute, but didn't pour sex the way they usually do...

xx
nikitaetmode.blogspot.com

sanjeet said...

another interesting and amusing blog post!
video models

my goosip blog said...

I like the naked picture is not

Quirkygirl said...

Love the Marni and Missoni collections!
fashionismysoulmate.blogspot.com

{"Daniee"} said...

haha,cool..

A room for squares. said...

You bedroom looks a lot like my own at the moment.
I dont think i have seen the carpet in 2 weeks.
I think i need a bigger wardrobe.
come see me and my friends blog
http://aroomforsquares.blogspot.com/

Zuzia/xzuzenna said...

It's faboulous! (:

Trop Rouge said...

sweet mini film haha.
i like what you are wearing.
x

Ashley said...

haha my bf and I did that video thing too except while ice skating!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wemM9JLcz_0

And isn't the music to the videos addictive? It's gets stuck in your head like no other!

X

The World Is Mine said...

Hey Bonjour :)
Okay first, I love the tree fight, haha it's amusing... Awww killing is not a great passtime, tututu... Okay, I'll stop talking, hum, writting! That's it :)
Bye bye have a nice day, evening and life :P

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aaa said...

Is that Rodarte you are wearing.

petiteemilyjane said...

Tavi my best guy friend is also a Spencer! and by the way, I like what you said "totally grandma-style stuff just work" because it's so true.