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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by ignitioned32, May 11, 2004.
That's the dumbest, most warped line of logic I've heard in a good while....
ok, i really find this idea ridiculous,
honestly what is the latest obsession with bread all about?
(is Jean Paul been somehow inspired by Her Karl's bread perfumes?)
i wouldnt mind visiting the exhibition, but i find it too pretentious.
not to say that i find 'bread art' a little bit arrogant
since in some parts of the world, it is still considered a ...luxury
I think I'm overtired, because this topic is not making sense at all.
no that's ok... it does make no sense
the content and the way it has been written...
bread project (wtf) and how he got the hermes jjob, just banged together...terrible!
should i warm the bed for u?
I'd go for the free baguette
you guys are going to think i am crazy but i "get it" in a wierd way. i think that several people are having trouble swearing off bread with the proliferation of no carb/low carb diets. but this just goes to show you how limited one's view of the world is sometimes. while among my friends and (i'm sure) among many starving fashionistas, not having bread and carbs is a regular and everyday part of our existence, i think many people just look at this and think what's the big deal.
How can your designs in bread make fashion more "vital"?
More photos to follow up on ignitioned32's photo
A French baker stands next to a bread creation by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier put on display at the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art in Paris June 15, 2004. Gaultier turned the foundation into a gigantic bakery with designs made of bread and wicker. The bread creations have been produced by l'Equipe de France de Boulangerie. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen/FEATURE/FRANCE-BREAD-FASHION
Check out that sexy baker's uniform!
Why must the breasts be so strange? I don't like it.
I'd rather eat bread.
got nothing better to do? B)