Contrast. That is exactly where two different realms clash, yet in a very surprising way consolidate each other. Very obviously not unbeknownst to Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, who has created this decagon lobby which has been painted with a special white scraped paint to match the pearly marble accents. And although very subtle, his Japanese heritage shines through his eminently minimalist design style. Treading this meticulous white space of tranquility and wellbeing, our equally pristine white ensembles blend into the environs like a visual narration of the highly formal customs of Japanese culture. This equanimity shows a great contrast to the pitch-black hallway ahead, where the effect of the black wool carpet and dark walls is as if something hidden is awaiting those who enter. Like a supermassive black hole that will transport you to another universe. Sporting a white sleeveless dress combined with an oversized jacket, her ensemble is completed with clear perspex high heels. Flanked by him, wearing a semi-see through knitted crew neck and distressed white jeans. Never mind dark shadows, light is even stronger within contrast.
Pullover: H&M // Jeans: Zara // Shoes: Common Projects // Glasses: Madrid Market // Bracelet: Werkstatt München
Dress: Boohoo // Jacket: H&M // Shoes: Public Desire