Fashion, Inspiration

Waiting for Godot (or the fire brigade, whatevs)

I did have a huge post planned, with pictures and footnotes and reading lists, I really did.  The only trouble is, I left my notes in my notebook, which is on my kitchen table. On top of that, I can’t get into my apartment block due to the fire alarm going off and weird, suspiciously burning-ish smells coming from the lift.

I wish I was joking.  If my flat burns down with my copy of Cheap and Chic Update in it, I’m going to be maaaad.

I’ll have to post it on Friday – but here’s some video candy – take it as an ‘I’ll make it up to you, I swear!’


HACHIKO ft Kiko Mizuhara for L’UOMO VOGUE from AntoineAsseraf+RenéHabermacher on Vimeo.

Directed by Rene Habermacher, this video plays with a story he heard about a dog who waited for his owner at a train station every day, even after the master stopped taking the train… Maybe he died. I like to think that he decided to take the bus instead and forgot to send his dog the memo.

Maybe that’s what happened to this girl.  She’s waiting for the fire marshals to let her back in her apartment block, but they forgot to tell her and went home…

EDIT: All clear. Phew.

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8 thoughts on “Waiting for Godot (or the fire brigade, whatevs)

  1. >Somehow, "I hope your beloved home with all your worldy possessions does not burn down" never seems like enough of a comforting thing to say…(Glad to know it didn't ;-) )

  2. >Oh this is lovely! I really like Kiko Mizuhara, I read her blog sometimes. Also the story of Hachiko is true, I think there is a monument to him at Harajuku and there was a US movie made with Richard Gere? Hope your stuff is ok too!

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