Yumi Lambert in ‘Comme Des Garçons Obsession’ by Mario Testino for Vogue Japan November 2014

Yumi Lambert unleashes the extreme in ‘Comme des Garçons Obsession’ by Mario Testino for Vogue Japan, November 2014. Forging her way into freedom, Lambert embraces avant-garde fashion as a function of art. Billowing works done in black/white, (Stylist) Anna Dello Russo opens the museum of modernity with this stunning selection of Comme des Garçons. Makeup Artist, Katsuya Kamo, finds the future of the face with defiant eyes that see the duty of dark lips. The burgeoning beauty of these pieces celebrate the head-to-toe meaning of haute couture. Each ensemble embraces the one-of-a-kind theme by eluding the ostracism and embracing the unique.


I stop

I stare

I hope

to bare

that which gives me more,

a human flawed in all my ways

stand back & hear me roar.

I break

I breath

I stand

I seeth

for all that I can know,

is written in the stars of hope

but nothing I can show.

The hurt of those

who held me near

the pain of those who care,

is held inside my aching heart

to fuel my fledgling fare.

I fight for freedom

spar for love

the only way to go,

for what is waiting

in the end

is worth the road you hoe.

original poetry – tanyajo


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