I'm totally feeling him, especially because of current events. All debonair, suave, and self-possessed on the outside (or at least from the back) but, on the inside, he's all on the verge of complete insanity (or at least from the front)!
He looks like Kenzo! Or a slightly younger version. He’s glorious anyway – I mean what could be chic-er than the melange of French and Japanese style? I’d also love to know what made him react like that……
Hello, I’ve just picked The Sunday Times fro the internaional newsagents’. You’re among the 100 best global blogs, 6 best in Style worldwide. And I also read you are going to work with Ms.roitfeld.Not only do you deserve the limelight,but fashion needs you eyeview.
In the world of we are living today, people have the tendency to take pictures that are too pretty or ‘perfect’. To see a photo like this, just put a smile on my face. Everyone should do this more often! =)
Ha ha ha This reminds me of my favourite Uncle. When we were little kids we used to follow him everywhere. Then he would turn and roar like a lion and we would scream and run away. My Uncle was very patient.
Sart, how long did you have to patter along, giggling, behind this gentleman before he reacted like this? And did you scream and run away?
Yes, the man’s name is Take Hirakawa, and he is one of the best fashion minds in the world today. He is the only journalist to ever have had direct one to one full-lenth interviews with both Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto (most other journalists can’t even get a reply from the PR office) and he is a legend to people in Japan and around the world who really know fashion. You should have respect for him. The emotion he is communicating to you is what real fashion is all about, and what fashion today is totally missing.