“Issey Miyake is very much a product of his roots in ancient Japanese traditional clothing and culture.” - Timothy John
Most of my wardrobe is debris from other people’s lives. At the Brooklyn Flea Market, I bought a hat that’s supposed to be a garish bamboo lampshade. I wear a destroyed rear-view mirror as necklace. Trash is another man’s treasure.
I have no aspirations to sanity whatsoever. When I look around and see what’s considered normal, I’m not tempted. A lot of people attempt to conform to some standard of what they think is normal. But I don’t think normal exists. To me, style is all about expressing your individuality freely and courageously. But we’re living in the age of fear. It’s being pedaled by the fascist system on every corner, and it’s being purchased at a very high price, like winning lotto tickets.