we are concocting caffeinated beverages in the Artspace Building (100 Arthur St) until 10pm. Come see the Platform members show and hang. (at Platform centre for photographic + digital arts)
“I want to wear your sweatshirt to bed, watch scary movies with you, talk on the phone till sunrise, sneak out at night to look at the stars with you, play your favorite video game, make you watch chick flicks, kiss you in the rain, go on walks with you, laugh until I can’t breathe, hold hands, build a fort and have a snowball fight. I want to fall hopelessly in love with you.”
— (via eletheowl)
“Hope you enjoy our new mix broadcasted exclusively on Rainforest Mgmt. Melodic dancefloor grooves for ya ladies, and gentlemen.”
The Antwerp Six is a group of avant garde fashion designers who graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium in the early 1980s. The British Fashion Council refused to include them on the official London Fashion Week schedule in March 1988, so they rented a truck and presented their collections at an off-site venue. They are credited with revitalizing Antwerp’s cultural landscape, which had been largely forgotten since the painter Rubens died in 1640. The Antwerp Six paved the way for Belgians Olivier Theyskens and Raf Simons to launch international careers, and Martin Margiela is widely considered to be the seventh member of the group.