Emilio Pucci shaded silk taffeta polka-dot evening dress, embellished with strass and pearls, whalebone bustier with heart-shaped neckline and loose skirt. Matching headpiece embellished with pearls; necklace, earrings and sandals. Spring/Summer 1955 Collection.
Scanned from Taschen’s “Pucci”.

JOSEF HOFFMANN, Sanatorium, Purkersdorf, Austria, 1904, photography by KEIICHI TAHARA


A couple of weeks ago I learned about the Ren Hang TASCHEN edition that was about to come out and I thought that it would be an amazing addition to my art books. Lately, I’ve been struggling a bit with money bc I am a student living in an expensive city but as Ren Hang is one of my favourite contemporary artists I really wanted to get myself one of his first real non self released art books. I fought a bit and finally convinced myself that I would get this. 

A day later I woke up to the news that Ren Hang had comitted suicide. Today my issue finally arrived and while looking through it I came across this section about him that contained an entry of his website. 

Life is indeed a 
Precious gift 
But I often feel
It seems to send the wrong man


1970s David Bowie Photography Exhibit by Mick Rock - The early ‘70s work by photographer Mick Rock – whose iconic glam and punk images have become the album and single covers for David Bowie, Queen, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Syd Barrett, Blondie, The Ramones, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Talking Heads – is on exhibit in “Mick Rock: Shooting for Stardust, The Rise of David Bowie & Co.” at the Taschen Gallery in Los Angeles until October 11, 2015. The photos are part of the new Taschen book, The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973.

Photos and photos of photos by Jason at HandsInTheAir.net