I never used to believe all that stuff about how time appears to go more quickly as we age. I really hate it that that were right. So We find ourselves, quite instantly it seems right back at Saturday, and that means it's time for the Scatter.
So here it is, this week's gathering of oddments and ephemera.
I found this detail image of a DSquared2 design from 2008. It was an arresting image, and I started wondering why I was so taken with it. There is a simple grace to the way the garment drapes, that is at once both elegant, and sexy, without being vulgar. The placement of the band of jeweled embroidery along the outer edges is a decorative location that may have been one of the first we ever attempted. The result here is a garment that suggests much, but reveals little, which is the essence of seduction. I may not be a heterosexual, but I would certainly want to know who this person is.
I really do love how the manipulation of something flat, like a piece of material can, in the hands of skilled creators, become something entirely unexpected. From that flat object this amazing piece of mobile sculpture is built. I am sure that seeing this in motion would make it even more appealing. The way the silk fabric, (which must have a substantial hand to be able to shape as it does) arcs out away from the body is really quite beautiful. Nope, not real world beautiful, but lovely in a poetic, and unreal way. Dice Kayek, Spring/Summer 2016.
So that brings this edition to a close, my dears. Have a grand weekend!