Hey guys!The other day i raided the Cose Ipanema archives and founds some incredible things. Things that havn't seen the light of day since the 80's!!!!! I found these two amazing shirts, one being a vintage Yhoji Yamamoto viscose/rayon drapey oversized shirt with small embroidered knore marks on the front, kinda looks a bit like Swiss cheese (which im really excited about) and a vintage Issey Miyake cotton also oversized droopy shawl collar (fashion speak for ya there) shirth that kinda looks like either a traditional eastern European costume or a glorified dentist uniform. Im so pumped!!!! Both shirts are supper comfortable and perfect for summer. I really want to make myself a selection of exactly the same shirts in a variety of colours, maybe even ombre if im daring enough! lol Comfort was a big thing in the 80's and these shirts certainly have that element, which in a way is a luxury in a victim of fashion like myself. I often say to people that i don't care about comfort as long as the clothing looks good. Tragic...yes. *sighs while pealing off a pair of extremely uncomfortable boots.* hahaha and im not even kidding.
Recently my friend and i have kinda take on the persona's of Eddie and Patsy from Ab Fab. Me being the tragic brand whore and my friend Sam the promiscuous alcoholic. Heres a quote from the other night:
'Pats, Pats darling in the bin in the bin quick common its just there in the bin vomit in the bin, mind the Atoo,' (my new sneaker sandals, sounds gross but i assure you they are pretty cool)
'Eddie darling no no no not spilling a drop of bloody alcohol i can keep it in my mouth. n...eed to sit down, sit down just here cmon sitting down.'
I kid you not this happened. BTW, should not have worn the sandals out that night. Fucked my feet up hard core. I looked like a homeless transient cross hobbit. Not a hot look. I had to soak and pumice my feet for 3 hours. Anyway... iv totes gone off on a tangent as per usual. But here are the shirts, in a bit of a photo montage. I went for a Laurence of Arabia look, kinda, however my backyard hasn't quite got the same visual aesthetic as the deserts in Syria, but anyway, here are the pics:
iv been playing around with photoshop! haha