tokyo life

Art all around

Last Sunday we went over to the east side to check out the Hussein Chalayan show, us just having returned from Turkey and all.

On the way to the museum, children’s handmade paper noren were lined up on a temple wall.

The exhibit was riveting. His personal history and identity as misplaced Turkish person is a big factor in all his work and we were hugely inspired by how he (so consistently) took his super conceptual ideas and managed to execute them in a really beautiful and innovative way. Too bad photos weren’t allowed inside, but here are some archival images from his past collections.

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