NudibranchiaLPC en the fetish garden | Diciembre 04, 2008
"Nudibranch," which comes from the Latin nudus, (naked) and the Greek brankhia (gills), is a primitive description that oversimplifies the complex nature of these creatures by deconstructing them into a single, uncomplicated idea. The body forms of the nudibranch vary enormously, but because they are opisthobranchs, they are bilaterally symmetrical. And when viewed alongside McQueen's sublime forms, dreamy fringing, and swishing filaments, it's easy to make a comparison between his collection and these amazing underwater creatures.
Quién dijo que el comentario de moda tiene que ser una experienda dolorosa.