Putting her degree to good use, Briá takes you on a guided tour of the most important artistic artifacts documented in the Tate Britain’s 1540-1650 collection : the shoes.
yo : soy más que mi pelo.
mi pelo : no te lo creo, cari.
These days Briá can usually be located in her bedroom, trying not to overhear her flatmates get it on through the paper thin walls, and pondering one of the most pertinent philosophical debates to have come out of this pandemic : when this is all over, what the fuck are we all going to wear?
Things are getting wavy and the cowboys are riding into space. Of course, Briá is saddling up to investigate. Will her cowboy boots survive in zero gravity…?
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it an extremely chic and artfully messy fringe you spy atop of her head? Briá cuts to the chase and presents to you her Fringe Manifesto.
A year in flux, the planets are aligning and Psychic Sibyl is here to teach you the art of the future. Proceed with caution.
Briá ventures back to the wild, wild west, rediscovers her lone-ranger roots and traverses the landscape of cowboy queer. All in her quest to find the perfect cowboy boots…
capsule wardrobe | noun [ C ]
/ˌkæp.sjuːl ˈwɔː.drəʊb/ a small collection of clothes that can be put together in different ways
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