Count Hubert James Marcel Taffin de Givenchy (born February 21, 1927) is a French aristocrat and fashion designer who founded the The House of Givenchy in 1952. He is famous for having designed much of the personal and professional wardrobe of Audrey Hepburn, as well as clothing for clients such as J
"In order to educate man to a new longing," Constructivist Alexander Rodchenko once wrote, "everyday objects must be shown to him with totally unexpected perspectives and in unexpected situations." Fifty years later, in the late '70s, Neville Brody adopted this as his mantra and launched a full-scal
Sex and silliness -- those are the two major elements of Red or Dead's work. Wayne Hemingway's British design firm gives us sinuous clothing that holds onto its wearer as though it were simply colored, patterned, textured flesh, and he gives us the comedy of fake bunny fur and sequins.
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The bed is the most private of spaces. It is in bed that we have sex, procreate, dream, and rejuvenate. The space is a veritable cauldron of activities, a window into the far reaches of our personalities. However, for such an essential instrument, beds are usually pretty boring affairs geared towards