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It’s not a Carnival Joke. It’s Historically Inaccurate.

It’s not a Carnival Joke! It’s Historically Inaccurate: Just like the pope’s move. (it’s not the second time; Celestine V only refused, he did not resign). I love embroidery and this is the perfect translation of my Dasha Shishkin infected mood of the week (went to her exhibition in Milan at Galleria Marconi. The ‘Maestro Ricamatore’ Richard Saja is probably a very nice person to spend time with, that’s what I imagine: precise but ironical, great memory and historical knowledge but jumping imagination.

There’s so much annoyingly historically inaccurate stuff…but this is fun. Freaks and hidden personalities make their coming out from monochrome patterns; it’s more their costumes that are out of context but probably they all existed.

Be yourself, don’t be a Pope.


julikafrombudapest. Senior Fashion and Art Editor
Julika is an italian-austrian artist and designer. After academical art-studies and fashion Ba she started working as a free-lance in fashion business covering different roles to feed her curiosity, while her personal projects are growing out of her mouth and ears restless. She is born in Vienna in the past century, loves her savage dogs, lives now in Florence, and travels every time she can.


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