Spring comes and kills everything that the winter stood for. The monotony of colors is lost, the melancholy in the air dissipates, and the soothing chill of the winter breeze leaves for another year. Spring comes and it chips away at the very ground we have stood on and have grown so accustomed to. We are supposed to adapt to the change and become something new. We evolve, our senses grow, and our bodies adjust to the sun. It seems that winter is lost forever, and the memories we’ve had in it have been buried deep in the snow, frozen to the core, and lost in the haze of it all. Spring comes and we change. It’s a new year, a new attitude, a new approach. We try to learn and to accept, but most importantly, to adapt. Adapting takes time though, and it lingers, everything just lingers, memories beckon you on and with every breath and every blink of the eye, you see what you can’t have anymore. Waiting becomes torture but then summer comes and the sun blinds you and the only thing you can do is to jump deep in the water until everything is washed away. The water relaxes you and makes you forget of the madness that spring was.
The first day of spring has passed and with it a whole slew of emotions have come and gone. I’ve never been too fond of waiting, and in essence, that’s what spring is, us waiting for summer, waiting for a definite answer, for a final commitment. And so we wait.
Henry Radford did fashion illustrations for the Lanvin mens S/S 2011 collection.
It’s the simplicity of it all mixed with the angles and turns that makes me love it. Can I just hang some on my walls please?
See Eva’s newest photos for our photo shoot. We have 3 entire looks done, of course a few outtakes make it through and this is the last of them. Also check out Eva’s hot fashion film directed by me.