The way Bowie looked had as much impact. No one ever looked better. What I love is that it’s all self-realised, it’s never off the shelf, and you get the impression it always has his input. On the Berlin stuff, sometimes he’s really shittily dressed in a red jacket and a shit tshirt but he carried it all off with spectacular ease and grace.
He’s one of the few artists that makes you realise you’re not as good as you think you are. Being in a band, there are a few records where you know you can never reach that level. It crushes you at times then also just fills you with utter joy.
“Made mostly of recycled computer wiring, the Systems Supernova dress addresses the growing problem of e-waste in American culture and explores the concept of systems thinking as it relates to our ecosystem. Each computer wire is situated in a closed loop system that interacts with all the other systems within the dress. Movement within one system influences other parts of the whole.”
Summary: Dan and Phil are from two very different families. When they meet at their all-boys boarding school, a friendship develops. And as time goes on, they grow and change as does their relationship.
Summary: Dan Howell never felt comfortable in his own skin. Then when he turned 13, he discovered there was a name for what he was. Transgender. He started living his life as a boy, starting testosterone at the age of 18. The same year he meets Phil Lester.