{the spacial cadets}


Baby baby,

The 1920’s are a recurring theme in my life. Maybe it’s because I started watching Boardwalk Empire, or maybe it’s because I’ve let the Charleston back into my dance-lexicon. I got my hair cut at a speakeasy where my barber maintained that I gave off a “1920’s vibe” (whatever that means). I suppose that I can’t deny that the romantic notion of a hyper-stylized, disobedient roaring 20’s is informing my aesthetic these days.

I found these just a couple of whiles ago and I just couldn’t wait to share them:

Perhaps, now that it may be contextualized en vogue, my prep wear has always been rooted more in a nostalgic plea for classic style and the adventurous spirit of the free-wheeling prohibition days.

Kitsuné Maison’s SS-12 collection is beautiful. The clothes have a subtle hint of the that boozing prep-flair. It’s enough to satisfy my craving, and pretty much sums up my serendipitous obsession.

If it feels right, do it.

Wide pant problems,

{the spacial cadets}

Arakawa & Gins’ Experience Park in Yoro Park, Gifu, Japan. Spacial Cadet society member Maxime visited this in February, a decade long dream of his. Upon entering the space, he immediately began to feel cleaved, out of balance, and more in tune with his landing zones (to borrow a few phrases from the artists themselves). If you are interested in rethinking your physical and spiritual orientation in the world, this place is for you, fellow cadet.

and for further inquiries into a similar subject, we present this essay


{the spacial cadets}

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