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Oh, now HERE’S something to look forward to!

Don Hahn, producer of damned near every one of Disney greatest animated films of the 1990s, has written a book about two of my favorite aesthetics – early Disneyland and mid-century modern: Yesterday’s Tomorrow: Disney’s Magical Mid-Century.

Publisher’s description: “Yesterday’s Tomorrow is a valentine to an era of optimism, relaxed lifestyle, and innovative design; a large-format, general audience book, illustrated with rarely seen art and photography of the mid-20th century reflecting the unique style that Walt Disney and his artists contributed to the era. If you’ve seen Sleeping Beauty, read Dwell Magazine, shopped at Design Within Reach, or watched Mad Men, this book is for you and all those who love this extraordinary era of Disney.”

UPDATE: You can now pre-order it on Amazon!

Amazon Associates link for Yesterday’s Tomorrow: http://amzn.to/2tntavK

Swinging London.
Winter 1965 Men Fashion In London, on a sidewalk in Carnaby Street, four male models in jacket or pullover, with narrow pants, presenting the masculine Mod fashion of the winter of 1965, with Cathy Mcgowan (Ready Steady Go!) . Photo by Philippe Le Tellier, Paris Match

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‘Seeking Aether’ (experimental garment collection): InAisce FW 13/14 Men’s Collection featuring South Sudanese refugee and former child soldier turned actor, model and activist Ger Duany  - video link

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JohnUNDERCOVER SS17 Collection

Jun Takahashi’s successful sub-label presents an eclectic collection for SS17 focused on the use of gradient throughout garments and accessories. Revolving around primary colours and pastels, the Japanese label delivers clean, polished silhouettes with a contemporary twist, that are further enhanced by superb color combinations.