¡Cesar-Alvizo cumple 3 años hoy!

¡Cesar-Alvizo cumple 3 años hoy!


Arseny and Andrei Tarkovsky (1930’s)
© Photo Courtesy of the Sergei Eisenstein Cinematography Library


Arseny and Andrei Tarkovsky (1930’s)

© Photo Courtesy of the Sergei Eisenstein Cinematography Library



Don Draper’s Presentation for Kodak

"Technology is a glittering lure, but there is the rare occasion when the public can be engaged on a level beyond flash. If they have a sentimental bond with the product. My first job I was in-house at a fur company. This old pro copy writer. A Greek named Teddy. And Teddy told me the most important idea in advertising is "new." It creates an itch. You simply put your product in there as a kind of calamine lotion. But he also talked about a deeper bond to a product. Nostalgia. It’s delicate but potent. Switch it on.

Teddy told me that in Greek, nostalgia literally means, ‘the pain from an old wound.

It’s a twinge in your heart, far more powerful than memory alone.

This device isn’t a spaceship, it’s a time machine.

It goes backwards and forwards.

And it takes us to a place where we ache to go again.

It’s not called ‘The Wheel.’ It’s called ‘The Carousel.’

It lets us travel the way a child travels.

Around and around and back home again.

A place where we know we are loved.

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SAGE DE CRÊT is another brand I fell in love with at this year’s PROJECT show in NYC. The Japanese menswear brand which borrows it’s name from the French words meaning “sensible” and “order” is relatively new, (it made its international debut in Spring/Summer 2013) but you wouldn’t be able to tell from its well thought out designs and craftsmanship. With an aesthetic that is based on the concepts of work, military, and tradition, the clothes are made to be well-worn and but also showcase high style with a tasteful subtley.

While wakling through the collection I really loved the use of mixed fabrics in their pieces and the relaxed feel of their construction. The slouchy trousers in soft wools and the patterned wool blazers with cable-knit cotton pockets were my favorite. Take a peek at some images from their FW14 lookbook above.

I hope to see more of this collection here in the states very soon. In the mean time you can check them out on the online shop of their sister store Pas De Calais or at their Soho store at 482 Broome St. in Soho.

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One of the best outside tracks in the world. Buenos Aires  Argentina

The Imploding of a nation.

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Coffee Cupping + Aeropresso //  Pourquoi Pas Espresso Bar // MTL

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