Sweat Homiés BRIAN LICHTENBERG .
American Apparel ad for Sheer Luxe Cut-out Pantyhose
Hanes ad for MYSTRECE stockings
“Baz really felt very strongly that the book’s nature was quintessentially modern, that the twenties was the time when everybody came to grips with the twentieth century[…]”
“It was out of the late-Edwardian summer; you have this incredibly dynamic shift where you have people earning a few dollars a week before the war suddenly getting $100 a week; you have women in the workforce in America for the first time. If you think about it in terms of the neckline on dresses—strapless, one-shouldered, V-neck—whatever necklines you want to talk about they had in the 1920s. They had every silhouette of dress, from Erté, long and languid; the beginning of the bias cut; the robe de style, which was much more like the Dior New Look, with a slim bodice and a big skirt; the shift dress; the jersey dress; the shirt-maker dress—all those styles were invented in that period, or else they were synthesized and made modern.”
bragging on behalf of client T3 events. gorgeous setup for the cream event at the vibiana. so fun to consult on strategy with tehra… and get these bitchin’ napkins made. SWAG.