"I find beauty in the unfinished and the random . . . I want to see things differently to search for beauty. I want to find something nobody has ever found . . . it is meaningless to create something predictable"- Rei Kawakubo

"I find beauty in the unfinished and the random . . . I want to see things differently to search for beauty. I want to find something nobody has ever found . . . it is meaningless to create something predictable"- Rei Kawakubo

rei kawakubo | Comme des Garçons | high fashion avant garde structural red coat jacket

rei kawakubo | Comme des Garçons | high fashion avant garde structural red coat jacket

rei kawakubo and yohji yamamoto for『PAPER』magazine, september 2008

rei kawakubo and yohji yamamoto for『PAPER』magazine, september 2008

Rei Kawakubo                                                                                                                                                      Más

Rei Kawakubo Más

Rei Kawakubo  (founder of Comme des Garçons). S/S 1991 photo by Irving Solero

Rei Kawakubo, Rei of light

Rei Kawakubo (founder of Comme des Garçons). S/S 1991 photo by Irving Solero

Tavi Gevenson in Rei Kawakubo for Pop Magazine (I think?). Magnificent grey wiggy hair.

Tavi Gevenson in Rei Kawakubo for Pop Magazine (I think?). Magnificent grey wiggy hair.

Rei Kawakubo.  (川久保 玲, Kawakubo Rei, born 11 October 1942 in Tokyo) is a Japanese fashion designer, founder of Comme des Garçons.

Rei Kawakubo, Rei of light

Rei Kawakubo. (川久保 玲, Kawakubo Rei, born 11 October 1942 in Tokyo) is a Japanese fashion designer, founder of Comme des Garçons.

the back paneling reminds me of flower petals. rei kawakubo - comme des garcons a/w 2012

the back paneling reminds me of flower petals. rei kawakubo - comme des garcons a/w 2012

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Rei Kawakubo AW 1983 http://www.kci.or.jp/archives/digital_archives/detail_205_e.html An example of the way that textiles can be used not as decoration but as a way to express a conceptual idea.

Rei Kawakubo AW 1983 http://www.kci.or.jp/archives/digital_archives/detail_205_e.html An example of the way that textiles can be used not as decoration but as a way to express a conceptual idea.

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