Crystal bits of snowflakes,
All around my head and in the wind,
I had no illusions.
That I'd ever find a glimpse
Of summer's heatwaves in your eyes
You did what you did to me,
Now it's history I see,
Here's my comeback on the road again."
[Big In Japan - Alphaville]
Gabrielle Lys. February 6, 2011.
The man MissingSign:
Pleated MissingSign skirt for man and MissingSign Tee-shirt. Short ankle boots Arche.
Gabrielle Lys 2005.
THE MOVING MAN:
A man who does not walk does not leave traces.
In the London Underground, red dress for men is last-cry and the red the color of vestimentary revolution. Dress in velour with mountain boots and white perfecto in young cow.
Gabrielle Lys October 2007.
On board his jeep, he crosses the deserts of Australia to the research of the gold seam. Sweat out of cotton, skirt in flax with pocket for dagger, boots and hat out of leather, scarf in flax, girdles out of leather with pocket for gourd. Gabrielle Lys February 2006.
Our clothes speak about us...
Clothing speaks about the image of oneself, of the report to the other, more or less conscious desires, personal history, emotions (shame, nostalgia...) To the border of the close friend and social world, it carries a message to oneself and others. It forms part of us and at the same time, belongs outside.
Stroke of freedom.
The manner of getting dressed indicates the margin of freedom of the individual compared to his family, but also his pars, his social relations. Clothing follows the construction of oneself, reveals the report with his image. It shows the failures or the narcissistic successes.
Love and friendship.
The dress also lends itself to the play of seduction within the couple and in friendship. One exchanges feelings by the way of the clothing. Without forgetting the clothes related to the memory of such or such close relation.
An influence on the wellbeing.
To be rebuilt, when one feels depressed, badly in his skin, the dress can help to be present in the glance of the others, to be object of desire of another. From where the desire sometimes to want to stick to an image of fashion magazine. By acquiring a clothing close to this image, one is identified with the object of desire of another, feeling by there, desirable for others and especially for oneself. Clothing helps to build the space of daydream necessary to the rebuilding of oneself, always renewed.
Continuity with the past.
With each stage of the life, one projects in clothing something of private individual: love, social, friendly stakes... The dress supports a continuity with the past. It evokes old relations. It speaks about our past body.
"Déshabillez-moi. Psychanalyse des comportements vestimentaires".
Catherine Joubert et Sarah Stern. Hachette, 2005.
Dress and hair with the fashion colors of this summer. Satin dress with underskirt of muslin in several thicknesses.
Gabrielle Lys. May 6, 2008.
The site is a success thanks to you all. Thank you for your expressions of sympathy in the golden
and ideological support of members. Thank you also with those which write personal messages to me. They suit me right to the heart and push me to advance always further.
"Do you know
the doors of the evening
Which are crying inside girls
Eyes which shine ?"
[Les portes du soir - Indochine]
Crepe blouse with sleeves. Matching skirt with chiffon layers.
Gabrielle Lys. February 5, 2011.
2006, the celtic culture erased by Christianity 2000 years ago reappears of its ashes in Northern Europe. The leather skirt from now on is worn by the majority of the men who honour their Celtic roots.
Gabrielle Lys August 2006.
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11/02/2018 - 19h26
- Belgique -
Gabrielle un vrai ange ! Bisous ma belle et continue à transmettre tous tes aventures, t'es quelqu'un de rare et exceptionnelle !
22/06/2018 - 17h33
- Canada -
I believe a man in a dress can be a rakish and extremely stylish look and that it takes fashion-forward trailblazers to help propel this look into the mainstream
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- France -
- added 12/04/2018.
je porte des jupes et jupons des années 50/60 a la maison mais n'ose pas sortir habillé comme cela dans la rue
par contre je sort habillé en kilt écossais le plus souvent possible se qui ne me gêne pas car j'adore porter des jupes plissée et bien sur les kilts
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