Friday, June 4, 2010

In the quiet, reading between the lines

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If things have been calmer than usual on the blog, one of the reasons are the posts I've been writing for Benetton, which have stimulated me more than I expected. Of course, I am not using this as an excuse. Maybe more as an opportunity to let things settle a bit, before I get ready to engage another storm.

I have also been neglecting my Bosquejo accessory lines, which I am planning to promptly resuscitate. For this picture, I am wearing a piece called Salvador, which I think can be worn by both sexes.


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I have also been more than willingly engaged by one Mary Hare, one of the eccentric characters of Patrick White's amazing novel Riders in the Chariot – so much so that I couldn't put the book down until the end of each chapter.

Eccentric, I suppose, is also one way to describe the Frida necklace I am wearing, which I have loaned to my official photographer since, I again suppose, only a few dare to wear.

Shameless plugging and slightly forced smile aside, El Bosquejo is nearly turning two. I think I am fairly happy and satisfied with the way things have gone. Totally unexpected. Sure, I could have pushed it a lot more, but that would have been another blogger … now thinking of ways of how to celebrate. Any ideas?


Tee, Bench; nylon jacket, Izzue; jeans, Martin Margiela; steel cuffs, Hablo; neckalces, Bosquejo accessories

Photos by Patricia Suzara

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