Trajal Harrell’s recent solo performance at the New Museum was organized as a series of “looks” that collided voguing fashion with postmodern regimes, as its title suggests.
Mixed media work, titled Citta, by Maurizio Pellegrin.
Elizabeth Cannon on the fashion designer great granddaughter of Sigmund Freud, Bella Freud.
“I experiment a lot, it’s true. I like to try a lot of things, and repetition is not one of my favorites.”
“People’s bodies haven’t changed but women’s clothes especially can completely distort.” Sylvia Heisel
Her style is a hybrid of classic French chic and witty flamboyance. She’s a woman’s woman—passionate and self-invented.
“When you really start to think about what your organs look like and what would happen if your skin were ripped off or your chest were opened up and you looked inside, it’s not something you want to identify with, but something you want to distance yourself from.”
“I love a strapless dress that makes you look voluptuous. It’s an art form.”
“My clothes are like anybody else’s. If you’re confident, if you know what you’re about, nothing falls wrong—you always look great.”
A fashion interview between designer Carmelo Pomodoro and Elizabeth Cannon.
“There’s nothing more annoying than walking down the street and seeing 4,000 guys with fucking baseball caps on. What do they hide their eyes for? If you look them straight in the eye, they turn their head.”
Raymond Voinquel’s cinematic style pushed the envelope of fashion photography. Collaborating with writers and directors, he found a scale to match his vision of style on the big screen.
Fashion icon Lisa Fonssagrives-Penn discusses her long artistic career as a dancer, model, photographer, designer, and sculptor.