Thursday, January 6, 2011


"observation in philosophical terms is the process of filtering sensory information through the thought process. input is received via hearing, sight, smell, taste, or touch and then analyzed through either rational or irrational thought. with the passage of time, impressions stored in the consciousness about many related observations permit the individual to build a construct about other individuals and their appearance. the defining characteristic of observation is that it involves drawing conclusions, as well as building personal views about our surroundings.

a persons work indeed reflects a lot upon its personality. by observing the behaviour and appearance of an individual you can take a good guess on what they are occupied with most of their time. for some people it is very important what your profession is and for some it doesn ́t matter that much. one thing is sure though, what you wear and how you wear it, is a reflection of your work and the other way around. some trades require a strict dress code and leaves only small, yet very important details to play with, while some professions have developed their own subcultures with focus on style." excerpt from our legacy.

the collection takes inspiration from the years 1980-81

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