12.13.2010

SURFING THE VOID

Working and listening to the Klaxons on repeat.

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  1. Love Klaxons also. But like their older stuff better. Check out: http://www.getbolshie.com/ I need everything

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  2. I can appreciate it, but at the same time I'm kind of repulsed when people actually wear things like that. Outside of editorials or nightlife it's just too much.. to me it's never worth standing out if it's simply because you look crazy. There are always people at fashion week that dress outrageously for attention, and it always seems like the definition of demode to me. I love campy, eccentric, fun fashion but there's a time and a place. Unless you're Anna Dello Russo.

    But hey, if it makes you feel good then wear it. That's what it's all about.

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  4. I thought you were a Lady Gaga fan?

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  5. I am. I'm not always on board with what she wears, but when she gets it right it's always amazing.

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