03 July 2009

hi marit fujiwara i lurve you






Marit Fujiwara makes the most gorgeous.. I don't even know. Speechless. Of course Susie found her first. Hey Marit! I LOVE YOU.

36 comments:

CMA said...

its gorgeoussss
i wish i could find one here..loving it!!

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Jane said...

OH.
MY.
*jaw-drop*

jameson ruth said...

i knowwww, right?
susie always finds the more fabulous things in clothing life.
in other news, i can't really understand the patience necessary to create such a thing...
unbelievable, really.

Lucy in the Sky said...

WOW the colors, the texture, the shapes...GORGEOUS!!!! <3

Alice said...

AMAZING!

reminds me of rodarte

lisa said...

amazing. very inspiring. the ruffles and florescent colours - wow. x

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pigtails and blushing cheeks said...

absolutely sublime. speechless.

Isabel said...

Oh hell yes. I saw this on Style Bubble yesterday. I was speechless then and I'm still spechless now. KNEEL BEFORE THE BEAUTY.

Clara said...

beautiful dresses. I loved it!!
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bobb said...

This is really great:)

diane said...

I can see how this stuff would appeal to you, with your love of crinoline and all things beautiful. They really are amazing. I don't know why, but I couldn't help but wonder what your dad would think of this stuff, with his music background. I think it relates somehow.

Danielle said...

That's so cool. Looks like it's be hard to make though...

Nathalie Snip said...

woowoowow the drees is wonderfull-speechles-omg don't know what to say
it's hot

Jennifer said...

MMM, those dresses are absolutely delicious. I want one!
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Arabelle said...

hi diane!

my dad and mom were both in the fashion industry, but really they could care less. in all reality they're adamant about me NOT being into fashion, because they think it's a distraction from what they want me to be in: the sciences. so in all terms, they could care less even if what i love is beautiful. =/

diane said...

Crap, that's so not good on a few different levels. I thought these things were so groovy, that anyone in the music field (or fashion) would certainly appreciate them. And I think there is a real science to this type of design as well. I still believe that if you were to show them to your dad, he might surprise you by agreeing with you and finding the beauty in them too.

Fashion Is Poison said...

LOVE.

Madeline said...

Looks like an organism. Like a fungus [the colorful kind, you know?]. Or covered in veins or roots. I guess that sounds gross but that's what it makes me think of. I love it.

There was a boy in my art class who made these amazingly creepy root-vein graphite drawings all the time and this made me think of him. I love when you can cross-reference completely different artists in that way, don't you?

I guess I'm a little strange.

Arlie said...

so amazing - glad I discovered your blog!

sara sani said...

i just discovered you, cool blog and amazing dress!

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Frou Flu said...

oh wow... i can't decide which one i like the most. they're both lovely. the detail is beautiful and the print is amazing.

Stacy said...

those are so beautiful! the intricate detailing of the folds, the colours.. speechless
great choices

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Lauren and Jennifer said...

We love those dresses!

kimvee said...

Wow! These dresses are so colorful & interesting.

FAPORT International said...

Awesome!! i like this dress very much, it is really nice..

Adani Nurimanina said...

GOD! it's so beautiful!!!!!!!!! :3 i wish i can put my hands on those.

Art Voyeur said...

Ethereal. This will be the craze a few months from now among the fashion savvy and next year in the mass market and by mass I mean on TV, in print and online.

Recycling Fashion said...

that's so... cool. where can i buy???

Zay said...

this is perfection

adrin said...

I would say this multicolored outfit is Gorgeous!!!!!!!!

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fashaddict said...

the detail is amazing, great talent!

Feist said...

Hi there! Creepy comment that's way too late for ya. Just had to say I Love It!

chocolate robots. said...

Wow, it's beautiful. The texture and the colours.

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Madeleine said...

Ohmigoshness! I love those dresses! It is wearable art!

KRISTIN said...

Fabulous...Im in love

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