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Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
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Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
billidollarbaby:


Pitti Uomo 86 Streetstyle
Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/pitti-uomo-86-streetstyle/
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wgsn:

More coordinated pairings outside the Pitti Uomo trade show in Florence
Szymon Brzóska for WGSN street shot, Pitti Uomo S/S 15
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Aston Patchwork Jacket
In tweed and pinstripe 
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Oliver cardi with Henry blazer and Rajan shirt. …
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Henry Blazer
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William Quilted Jacket is in January issue of #britishgq @BritishGQ
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travelingcolors:

Stellar Axis | Antarctica(by Lita Albuquerque | photos by Jean de Pomereu)

California-based artist Lita Albuquerque led an expedition to Antarctica, near the south pole in the creation of her global installation ‘Stellar Axis’, a creative enterprise which became the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on the continent. Albuquerque and a team of researchers and astrologists situated 99 fabricated blue spheres on the Earth’s icy surface, the placement of each corresponding to the location of one specific stars in the sky above. During orbit, the displacement between the original positions of the stars and the vibrantly colored orbs drew an invisible spiral of our planet spinning in motion, creating a terrestrial constellation at the earth’s pole.
travelingcolors:

Stellar Axis | Antarctica(by Lita Albuquerque | photos by Jean de Pomereu)

California-based artist Lita Albuquerque led an expedition to Antarctica, near the south pole in the creation of her global installation ‘Stellar Axis’, a creative enterprise which became the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on the continent. Albuquerque and a team of researchers and astrologists situated 99 fabricated blue spheres on the Earth’s icy surface, the placement of each corresponding to the location of one specific stars in the sky above. During orbit, the displacement between the original positions of the stars and the vibrantly colored orbs drew an invisible spiral of our planet spinning in motion, creating a terrestrial constellation at the earth’s pole.
travelingcolors:

Stellar Axis | Antarctica(by Lita Albuquerque | photos by Jean de Pomereu)

California-based artist Lita Albuquerque led an expedition to Antarctica, near the south pole in the creation of her global installation ‘Stellar Axis’, a creative enterprise which became the first and largest ephemeral artwork created on the continent. Albuquerque and a team of researchers and astrologists situated 99 fabricated blue spheres on the Earth’s icy surface, the placement of each corresponding to the location of one specific stars in the sky above. During orbit, the displacement between the original positions of the stars and the vibrantly colored orbs drew an invisible spiral of our planet spinning in motion, creating a terrestrial constellation at the earth’s pole.