And never will meet versus getting outside, playing a sport, interacting with real kids his own age. Kid, I’m not going to wish you a happy anything. You need to make your own happiness and begging for strangers approval isn’t going to do it. Swango sorry you feel like that, but I wish you a pleasant day all the same. But kudos for trying to put someone down you don’t know. I hate him, literally hate the Yes I Really Do Need All These Sewing Machines Shirt man. As Americans, it’s not in our nature to disrespect the country though. Lot of us don’t agree with each other, hate each other, but respect should be automatic. Respect is what is lacking most in these times and this world.
I’m into it Yes I Really Do Need All These Sewing Machines shirt.” We’d have to agree.It’s rare to see Rei Kawakubo in person, let alone hear the firm-but-polite tenor of her voice. Even at the 2017 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute press preview, at an exhibition of her own work, Kawakubo did not speak. So imagine the surprise when she took to the stage at the Isamu Noguchi Museum last night for an unannounced conversation with the museum’s director, Brett Littman. Their talk followed the presentation of the Isamu Noguchi Award to Kawakubo. She is the first fashion designer (and easily the most internationally famous person) to receive the prize, an honor created in 2014 to recognize innovative artists following in Noguchi’s footsteps by bridging Eastern and Western cultures.Just before Kawakubo began speaking, the audience was warned that even though she had consented to a public appearance, it would be happening only on her terms. “Excuse me.” A diligent attendant nodded at my phone screen, where a photograph of Kawakubo had lit up. “We’re asking for no photographs, please.” Except for the videographer beside me, I suppose.Through her translator, Kawakubo fielded questions about the traits she shares with Noguchi, her Spring 1997 Lumps and Bumps collection and subsequent collaboration with Merce Cunningham, and the Met’s “Rei Kawakubo: Art of the In-Between” exhibition. She began, “I’m not an artist, and because of that I just wanted to say that it’s beyond my honor to receive this award, because I am not an artist. But I try, always, to come up with something new. Things that people have not seen, and I have gone this way for 50 years, and I’m very happy to be recognized for my achievement by receiving this award. Thank you.”