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I Write like Who?

I’ve been scoping the Net for French MOOCs, so I can kill two birds with one stone, so to speak, or Pour Tuer Deux Oiseaux avec une Callou (which I doubt is an expression in French). 366 more words

Books

Angels Acquire Shane Victorino

The Angels acquired outfielder former All Star Shane Victorino and cash from the Boston Red Sox yesterday in exchange for minor leaguer Josh Rutledge. On the surface this seems like a decent deal, as the… 219 more words

MLB

Notes On Castlerigg Stone Circle & Form Without Function

What clashes here of wills gen wonts, oystrygods gaggin fishy-gods! Brékkek Kékkek Kékkek Kékkek! Kóax Kóax Kóax! Ualu Ualu Ualu! Quaouauh! Where the Baddelaries partisans are still out to mathmaster Malachus Micgranes and the Verdons catapelting the camibalistics out of the Whoyteboyce of Hoodie Head. 552 more words

Thom Browne 2016 — 東英大廈遇見Klaus Nomi

你可曾逛過尖沙咀商場The One的前身東英大廈,又或者中環的郵政總局;你又可曾聽過已故的德國另類歌手Klaus Nomi的音樂﹐見識過他的非主流打扮?若果你錯過了這有趣的年代,大可以看看Thom Browne 2016年春夏季的男士新裝,和早前在安蘭街的香港旗艦店的預展,你大概心裡有個底。

  

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除了60年代法國的Pierre Cardin將男人最神聖的西裝變成奇裝異服之後,要找後繼人便首推美國Thom Browne了﹐他並非修讀時裝設計出身對造西裝並沒有理論上的袍袱﹐被Club Monaco重用就是因為他對配襯的獨特見解,自立門戶以來都以一直在尋找美式西裝的可能性,以美好的甘乃迪JFK年代作起點,之後每一季都像慢了轉數刮花了的黑膠唱片般,從扭曲的音調找到屬於Thom Browne 版本的《愛麗斯夢遊仙境》,而60 年代的辦公室就是夢遊的場所。2016年春夏季的西裝實驗仍是繼續,這次嘗試日本風,加入了和服的刺繡,傳統風景畫及藝伎元素。那種機械化的冰冷感﹐我想起了1983年因感染愛滋病逝世的傳奇歌手Klaus Nomi。(by P10)

Klaus Nomi是步伐太快的表演家

 

THOM BROWNE   香港中環安蘭街 18 號地下 1 號舖 15 more words

Fashion

[VanFoodies eat Montreal] Schwartz's Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen

Mr. and I went on a week-long trip out east to Montreal and Toronto. In the next few weeks, you will be reading up a few eateries that we visited. 456 more words

Joyce

Poem - Love's Lantern - Joyce  kilmer

(For Aline)
Because the road was steep and long

And through a dark and lonely land,

God set upon my lips a song

And put a lantern in my hand. 62 more words

Poem

Poem - Easter Week - Joyce Kilmer

1 “Romantic Ireland’s dead and gone,

2 It’s with O’Leary in the grave.”

3 Then, Yeats, what gave that Easter dawn

4 A hue so radiantly brave? 247 more words

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