Dada/ˈdɑːdɑː/: or Dadaism was an art movement of the European avant-garde in the early 20th century. Many claim Dada began in Zurich, Switzerland in 1916,
spreading to Berlin shortly thereafter but the height of New York Dada
was the year before, in 1915. ~ The langage of Art Knowledge
And this skirt with splash of art collage intrigued me in depth just like most of Dadaism art works do.
What do you wear when walking around in your neighborhood?
My current obsession is this sweat dress.
This makes me relaxed, yet doesn't look too disheveled.
I want to be all time ready for the chance when if I'd be found by a friend and said
''Do you have time for some coffee, maybe??''
I can't be and don't like to be like Carrie in SATC, but shouldn't be like Bridget Jones...
Browsing online boutiques, I often fall into sweet traps and I get too
obsessed in it from time to time.
Lately I prefer to find rather minor sites to shopping at megastores. Self Portrait(bought this dress...yes, it's a dress), Maximilla, BNKR, Three Floor
are the ones I frequently stop by.
What are your favorite shops? If you have, let us share your hunting list!
One of the best pieces I consider as forever classics is definitely a moto
jacket. However, it's still a bit too hot in Tokyo.
This cotton moto-like jacket is now heavily rotated, suitable for this fluctuate weather.
The latest piece of my painting: ''THE CALL OF SOUL''
The subject is the vision we saw before we learned words.
That's beyond our memory. But the world, even it's rather small,
must have been bright, vague, abstract, and a bit chaotic.
As we grow up, we see things through a filter of words, defining each
fragment consciously or unconsciously. Yet I'm now eager to get back
the purer vision, innocent eyes, and more colorful world without any blur or words.
I'm a big fan of Russian dolls like Miroslava Duma, Ulyana Sergeenko,
and Vika Gazinskaya.
They are such intelligent ladies, shouldn't be called 'dolls'.
Yet they are so pretty and I do love the way how these Russian Fashion ambassadors convert their traditional fashion into off-the-runway styles.
This dress from Vika Gazinskaya is my fabulous statement piece.
It surely goes well for lovely dinners or my friends' wedding ceremony.
With a tutu attached inside, well tailored dress makes me enjoy a feminine
silhouette in a simple, just-a-dress look.