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Dec 02

The Fake Sartorialist: World Aids Day

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I just couldn't go through World Aids Day without making a tribute post for it. It's important to remember the impact of AIDS on the world, especially in the developing world. 
Dec 01

The Fake Sartorialist: PechaKucha 20x20 Talk

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Hello Fake Sartorialist readers, I've been very busy preparing a 20x20 talk for PechaKucha, on the meaning of beauty to me. I'll be presenting a satirical folly on:
3 December 2009, 20:20hrs, Johannesburg, South Africa (PechaKucha JHB #4).
If you can make it come along and see The Fake Sartorialist in person. I'll be posting the presentation some time in the future.
Normal posts will resume after the presentation on Thursday. 
Nov 30

The Fake Sartorialist: Clowning About

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Nov 27

David Tlale collection at Luella

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Nov 27

Dutch Designers Create Interlocking LEGO Fashion

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Refinity click-fold skirt, Refinity, click fold fashion, Dutch eco fashion, Dutch sustainable design, Fioen van Balgooi, Berber Soepboer, Annouk Post, Ingrid Horsselenberg, Hiphonest, Beyond Green Gallery, cradle to cradle, cradle to cradle textiles, fragmented fashion, convertible fashion, convertible clothing, convertible dress, Amsterdam eco fashion, Modebewus

Here’s another eco-fashion innovation that is both puzzling and promising: “Fragmented” clothing that features customizable snap-on pieces, requires no sewing, and reduces textile waste.

 

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Nov 26

The Fake Sartorialist: Special Package

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I ran into Richard here just after he took delivery of a special package from the back of an unmarked delivery truck. He had gifted himself a genuine Nigerian totem statue earlier this year and received it just in time to put under the christmas tree.
I did remark to him the peculiar smell of formaldehyde exuding from the package and the label with a biohazard sign on it, but he assured me it was quite normal. These packages are often so fragile that his suppliers often co-ship them with animal parts masquerading as transplant organs.
After hearing this disturbing nugget of information I nodded a curt goodbye and began walking briskly out of the alley. I took the subway, made four random exchanges, boarded two busses, walked around a block twice to make sure I wasn't being followed, walked into a hair salon asking for an emergency bleach session,  entered a department store bought a new set of clothes, hid in some public restrooms (ignoring solicitations from under the cubicle), changed my outfit putting the old one in the shopping bags and then deposited these into a 'give to the needy' bin as I exited the shopping complex.
I then took a brisk walk through Central Park (ignoring solicitations from behind some bushes), I ducked behind trees, sat unassumingly on a bench for two hours, after I was sure the coast was clear I hailed a taxi, asking him to use the most obscure roads he knew in the big apple to get me home, and to make sure we weren't being followed. Finally I arrived home making it up the stairs, only to find two fashion bloggers sitting on the floor outside my apartment drinking coffee from a flask and comparing notes. 
Nov 25

The Fake Sartorialist: Amir Toos, NYC

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Amir Toos is like a cross between David BowieDennis Hopper andLiza Minnelli. He has a unique voice,  great acting skills and amazing legs. All this has come together rather well in his off-Broadway hit: The Nightmare Before Apocalypse.
He is pictured here in his opening costume; a skeletal, leather whipped, large knit number that just oozes right out of the mangled subway train that begins the show. Amir is the only survivor of the beginning of the apocalypse. As he dances, sings and gestures his way through the musical he slowly comes to terms with being the last person on earth, but not before the show ends in a breathtaking duet. Amir meeting Jesus on judgement day begins a dance-off that will leave you weeping all the way to a confessional.  
Nov 24

David West's Weekend Special

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David West's store in 304 Albert Road in Woodstock. So much <3

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Nov 22

The Fake Sartorialist: Lady Llama with Video

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Watch making of HERE (YouTube 3:21min) 
Nov 20

The Fake Sartorialist: Biker in Heels

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