“the clash of ideas is the sound of freedom.” // l.b. johnson

i never understood it when i was told that pairing dark blue to black was déclassé, because i couldn’t see wearing them any other way.

did it truly matter that orange was in direct opposition to red on the color wheel? why was it that redheads were forbidden pink, like children were sharp objects? why did green have to have something come in between it and blue? were they on such bad terms that they couldn’t even be in the same room? what happened there – what secrets did green spill, what did blue, really do?

of course, we should all just get along, and to be truly liberated, is to have the freedom to not care that some believe red should not be seen with green, (does christmas care?), and if you’d rather bet on monochrome, i’d say the hardest thing to grasp is to make sure your blacks all match.

roksanda

peterpilotto

simonerocha

ellesasson

➝ source : collage print sweatshirt via roksanda

➝ source : peter pilotto tessera dress via farfetch

➝ source : mad flower top via simone rocha

➝ source : elle sasson flamingo shorts via the corner

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