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DRESS OF HALLELUJAH: Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you. She broke your throne and she cut your hair. And from your lips she drew the hallelujah. Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah...  She wears the dress of the Alleluia. Dress in silk Jersey printed with the hand. Gabrielle Lys. April 9th 2008.
DRESS OF HALLELUJAH:
"Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you.
She broke your throne
and she cut your hair.
And from your lips
she drew the hallelujah.
Hallelujah, hallelujah,
hallelujah..."

"She" wears the dress of the Alleluia. Dress in silk Jersey printed with the hand.
Gabrielle Lys. April 9th 2008.


THE TRANS: Think, that you are leaving. You were mistaken in ship, You broke your drift, You are running you. Why you do not understand That it is not true all that, That you will not return If you t'en go by there? [N'importe quoi - Florent Pagny]  She wears a silk dress, wool mittens and an African cap. Gabrielle Lys November 25th, 2007.
THE TRANS:
"Think,
that you are leaving.
You were mistaken in ship,
You broke your drift,
You are running you.
Why you do not understand
That it is not true all that,
That you will not return
If you t'en go by there?"
[N'importe quoi - Florent Pagny]

"She" wears a silk dress, wool mittens and an African cap.
Gabrielle Lys
November 25th, 2007.


The man with the coat. Gabrielle Lys 2005.
The man with the coat. Gabrielle Lys 2005.

GABRIEL: The fallen angel of God. Skirt with belt with the figures of Satan. The wings are transformed into a cape of veil with scintillating brilliances. Gothic Party of PilGrimage in Brussels Gabrielle Lys August 2007.
GABRIEL:
The fallen angel of God. Skirt with belt with the figures of Satan. The wings are transformed into a cape of veil with scintillating brilliances. Gothic Party of PilGrimage in Brussels
Gabrielle Lys August 2007.



Presentation of MissingSign

MissingSign reveals the tendencies which put at evil
the exceeded conformism of 20th century.

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dot  To dress itself (like nourishing itself or placing itself) is a basic right for each human. The Man has the right to wear any clothing which he chooses for himself. And this including the skirt..... provided that it is beautiful, aesthetic and harmonious. To be able to dress itself as he likes, according to his personality or its mood is an obviousness. However, this freedom is connected with a duty: take care of harmonizing colors, clothing and silhouette well to build a harmonious image with the eyes of all. MissingSign wants just to be revealing tendencies which put at evil conformism.

dot  In this research, MissingSign helps the men who want to be different, to affirm their character, to post their personality, to be beautiful... Like as response to the anonymity of the large modern metropolises, we think that clothing must reflect the personality and the ideas of that which endorses it and replace its primitive function of identification to a sex as it was the case in the past.

dot  By its photographs, MissingSign proves that a man can wear beautiful a Skirt, skirt, in Miniskirt or with makeup ! By its articles, MissingSign helps the men to take the first step in a harmonious way to go out wearing a skirt. We propose beautiful clothing adapted to the male morphology which will give you your nobilities letters without bad experiments.

dot  More than one fashion, we propose at the sale a range of relaxed skirts which make it possible to each Man to freely evolve through the great technological changes which are profiled at the dawn of this third millenium. Within this new framework of life, we redraw clothing to serve the man in his new intentions.

Our Logo

dot  The logo consists of two rings intersecting. The ring of right-hand side represents the Woman. That of left the Man. The two rings are overlapping one in the other, symbolizing the bond which plain the Man and the Woman. The two rings are inseparable, putting forward a perfect complementarity. While intersecting, they have a common surface. This shared zone shows that the border between the two rings is not delimited: the Woman contains a male share and the Man a female side.

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dot  But the two rings symbolize also freedom in our reports/ratios with clothing. The ring of right-hand side is a closed loop. It is complete, without breaches nor breaks. One can circulate without end on the ring by making the turn there. This movement without fine shows the infinite possibilities in term of form, colors and matters which the Woman can carry to her clothing.

dot  The other ring is not complete. It misses a great part of it. One cannot make the turn of it. The possibilities are limited and finished. This ring symbolizes narrowly mean freedom that the Man has in the choice of his clothing.

dot  The name of our association is MissingSign It means the missing part of the ring. Our combat is to repair the ring so that we can find a complete free choice in our clothes.


The site is a success thanks to you all. Thank you for your expressions of sympathy in the golden book 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.
Gabrielle Lys

BAD: Deer dress and boots with red scarf. Gabrielle Lys. August 6th, 2009.
BAD:
Deer dress and boots with red scarf.
Gabrielle Lys. August 6th, 2009.


MY SWEET PRINCE:  My sweet prince, You are the one. Me and my valuable friend, Can fix all the pain away. So before I end my day, Remember. My sweet prince, You are the one. [My sweet prince - Placebo] Jacket of Black Pearl and Skirt of the Warrior. Gabrielle Lys. Marsh 20 2011.
MY SWEET PRINCE:
"My sweet prince,
You are the one.
Me and my valuable friend,
Can fix all the pain away.
So before I end my day,
Remember.
My sweet prince,
You are the one".
[My sweet prince - Placebo]
Jacket of Black Pearl and Skirt of the Warrior.
Gabrielle Lys. Marsh 20 2011.


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Androgynous in mind. Male in nature. Female in appearance. What else... Mind the step!
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Jean-françois Blanchard
- Sauvelade - France -
J'ai toujours évolué dans un univers de travail exclusivement masculin : Le BTP.
En dehors de mon travail de directeur, j'ai toujours aimé porter des shorts en été, plutôt courts, et j'aime les vêtements plutôt androgyne ; en l'occurrence, j'aime beaucoup les vêtements féminins et autres jupes et robes de ces dames. Je peux dire qu'elles m'ont toujours donné l'envie de pouvoir les porter à mon tour. Elles sont pour moi source émancipation masculine !
J'ai une sensibilité plutôt féminine, j'aime autant le Rock que la poésie et la littérature...l'aventure, les rencontres, la photo, les gens !
J'ai aussi une tendance à contrecarrer toute discipline imposée, révolutionnaire depuis toujours contre les inégalités et les codes. Juste le fait que ce vêtement invite à la liberté m'impose d'y réfléchir et de m'inscrire dans un style qui réforme les choses convenues. J'aime que ma façon d'être et mon habillement suscite curiosité et quelque fois provocation !
Je découvre aujourd'hui - par plusieurs articles de presse de couturiers de la jupe, stylistes, et puis par votre blog et ...je vois que les quelques derniers posts un peu provoc sur facebook suscitent les réactions : Ah le foutu regard des autres !
Par contre, tout ce que je découvre - enfin - sur cet univers laissé en jachère depuis la Révolution Française n'est pas vraiment dans un style novateur : Tartans et kilts écossais, tenues "celtiques", etc, ou alors le noir "punk".
j'ai vraiment l'impression (mais je n'ai encore pas franchi le premier pas !) que si ce vêtement sortait de ces caricatures vieillottes (je n'ai pas dit moches !) alors le vieux fantômes du déguisement et du travestissement tiendrait encore longtemps la barre haute aux idées reçues.
J'ai dit en début d'année que je tenterai l'expérience et je le ferai...mais pas n'importe comment. Je prendrai soin de ne pas choquer, en tous cas j'essaierai. J'ai vraiment envie que l'expérience devienne une réalité "vivable" au quotidien. Mon nouveau travail (gérant d'un bar qui se voudrait le plus possible alternatif) va forcément m'aider dans ma démarche.
En tous cas, je suis content de vous avoir découvert...

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Didier - 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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