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It has a pure white background. in the upper corners there is some text, to the left Process This. In all caps. In the upper right an archive. Also in all caps. Has a liquid layout, it can go from two to three large images across. All are of fashion models with long flowy clothes, except one with a short skirt. None of the models are smiling. A little popup came up in the lower right corner It is grey and white and says, "Never miss a post!" Bombardment, Process this. It has a follow button on it. Can go back to older forward for new archive reverse chronological order. Hash-tags here only in archive. First post February 2013 first post called 'I want things.' Hash-tags = designers. Archive missing months. Some posts are like notes.

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Each starts with a large picture of a woman on a stage/runway or a pure white background. No one smiles. Ever. Each page is simple a white background with two links on the top and the date then the picture. Under that the paragraph starts. Then comments/Notes. Then who likes it or posted it. A archive link, a line under that is- "Paper Stacks, a collaboration by FiftyThree and ALLDAYEVERYDAY." When you move your mouse in front of a picture note numbers pop up most are small amounts one is. The 'about me' page is missing.

June 5, 2013

all of the textures
and
none of the structure (Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings ‘ture’, rhythm)
at proenza schouler.

(no more balenciaga for jack + (Substituting a plus sign for ‘and’ Enallage, deliberate grammatical mistake and substitution of nonstandard grammatical form.)

lazaro
releases all rigid borders
and
everything explodes). (Hyperbole, over exaggeration)

what is the opposite of body con
because that is really the future.

i believe in oversized clothes
as a way for women
to take space (Rhythm???)
(FEMINIST STATEMENTS). (Enallage, deliberate grammatical mistake)

dizzying patters are static, (pun two meanings to static)
television static,
sci-fi explosions,
motion motion motion. (climax150)
a sweatshirt that’s
totally rethinking
that joy division thingie (Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings ‘ie’)
into a
totally bougie (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘totally’)
other thingie.

June 11, 2013

how can a long sleeve blush
pink
mini dress
with lips
and (Running style because of the ‘ands’. Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
matches
and (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
hearts
and
flowers
embroidered on it
be
anything less than perfect, (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
anything less than necessary
anything less than everything (Climax150)
you ever wanted
to wear
to express your true self.(uses to as a Isocolon repetition of equivalent phrase or clause Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)

matches (Running style because of the ‘ands’) (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and
lips.
fire
and
sex.
war
and
love.
et ce te ra. (climax150)


June 15, 2013

an obsession with tan leather
is slowly developing.
cheerleader connotations
be damned,
this one is perfect. (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings, Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings)
this whole look is perfect.
im not talking about aspirational perfect just like, (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
real life perfect.
the best way to wear something short
and flippy is with a sweatshirt (Running style because of the ‘ands’, Polyptoton, repetition of same word in different forms, uses to as a Isocolon repetition of equivalent phrase or clause Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
and white shoes that are the baby of a loafer(Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and a manshoe
and a nurse shoe
(sex in the 90’s im in a polyamorous relationship)
because white shoes are always obnoxious (hyperbole, exaggeration146)
and therefore essential. (Pun) (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
this whole look was on moda operandi
and i cried at my empty pockets (hyperbole, exaggeration146)
because ugh money. (noise of disappointment, onomatopoeia?)

June 6, 2013

second wang at balenciaga
was beautiful
and bit kinda
like proenza schouler’s imagined balenciaga visions (146Simile, used like to transform)
that have been permeating their collections as of late–(Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
especially that second look with the collar shirt–
not in like i’m tryna stir shit kinda way, (Enallage, deliberate grammatical mistake and substitution of nonstandard grammatical form.)
just in the way that young designers
who are inspired by the same thing can interpret it sort of way?
(though im stoked to see what’s gonna happen at proenza now that they were all
FUCK IT, (Aporia unable to adequately talk about something)
WE’RE GOING SLOUCHY)
but i digress…. (Paraenthesis, insertion of elements, or interruption)
i’m def digging wang’s vision for the house,
though at this point it’s a little too respectful
(i know this is a (shift in register- more personal)
damn if you (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside. Chiasmus, crossover parallelism)
and
damn if you dont thing(Aparant but bedding it changes phrasing, break )
because look how much slimane at saint laurent (two sentences )
is pissing me off, HA)
i guess
he is not really interested
in continuing the bonkers futurist vibes*
nicholas brought in, (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and why shouldn’t he? (Irony, 146)
this is about balenciaga
and not ghesquiere
and i think if i can appreciate
“change as good” (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
over at say,
dior,
then i dont really need to begrudge alex
for what he’s doing here.
i am super into the prints (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and the layering, (running style, enumeration restating and amplifying idea 151)
and with more crazy styling,
perhaps some chunky boots
and socks
and oversized beanies
these things can really live on in the streets.(irony can’t really live on streets)


that crop top (Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings ‘op’)
Rhyme, and
capelet thing tho,
goddamn it if
i dont feel like (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
i need that in my life. (hyperbole, exaggeration)


*the set is fucking futurist (ara)
and i want to take a million selfies in it. (some people may not know what selfies are so Ellipsis, the omission of elements152)

February 9, 2013
the last year
and a half
has been a slow (slower rhythm)
descentascent
away from the things (Metonymy146)
that
i thought (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
i loved for so long.
my interest in fashion
no longer what it used to be.
it’s not about a
blind rejection (Homoioteleuton148)
but about a
realization(Homoioteleuton148)
that,
you know, it’s all bullshit. (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but, also rhythm choice)
not to be an old person (Parody)
obsessed with “in my time”
but the whole thing feels completely changed(Uses but as beginning a lot so Anaphora)
from what i grew up on. (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause structures 148)
maybe it was different
back then because (Uses back then as beginning a lot so Anaphora)
i was young
and wasnt aware of the realities
back then (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause structures 148)
but (Uses but as beginning a lot so Anaphora)
i like to think that (Uses ‘I’ as beginning a lot so Anaphora)
everything was a little more pure before. (Metaphor145, substation of one word)
i remember the days
when vogue poked fun at
the horrible trends of the year
(that they had sponsored,
of course) (Irony146)
and it was different
when we were all in on the joke (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
when it really
seemed like it was talent over
everything else that got you places.
i am surprised that (Apostrophe154, interruption of an ongoing discourse to deliver an aside)
my feelings for proenza schouler
are still as strong as they were
when they first started out
and that while i have successfully managed (Polysyndeton152)
to avoid being bent over by the fashion trends (HA!)
my heart still wants a PS1 (it’s assumed that we know she means a purse so Ellipsis152)
like if it was going to give me magic powers of some sort. (Simile!!)
for spring they have put out a version
of the bag featuring their sick “people” print (pun sick means cool not stay at home sick)
and i swear i have never needed–no, (parenthesis, insertion of element, or interruption. Aporia, talking about being unable to adequately talk about something )
fuck it–
needed anything in my life
as much as (???)
i need this.
And
i know (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
i’m not the kind of girl (using classic sayings ???)
that can throw down double
or triple my rent
on something
as extraneous as a bag,
but like, (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
i still wanna be the girl
with the most cake (using classic sayings ???)
and isn’t this like a happy medium
between the two?(Erotema, rhetorical question.)

March 11, 2013
the whole thing is totally going crazy now.

i mean,
wang at Balenciaga
did everyone lose their minds? (Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings ‘minds’)

you grow up with guesquiere
continually blowing everyone’s minds, (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause)
pushing boundaries,
embracing the future (Catachresis146, implied relation between two words violates or abuses their normal range of meaning)
and sometimes being completely impossible(Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
but MY GOD HE DID IT AGAIN! (Enallage, deliberate grammatical mistake and substitution of nonstandard grammatical form.)
and then suddenly it’s over (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and dammit
you don’t even HAVE any balenciaga in (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings)
your closet because
you sold the crazy pumps that had a silver mirrored stiletto heel in
the great purge of 07
or 08
or oh blah. (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and then wang.
i have a complicated relationship
because basically (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and not so secretly,
everything that his t line does is
so simple
and perfect
and basically all i live in during the summer (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration)
and sure, (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
his main line can go either way
depending on who
he chooses to be inspired by
at any given time.
and yes i am addicted (haha) (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
to his shoes because there’s always a perfect man shoe
but wearability
and cool downtown vibez do NOT a balenciaga make.
and who even knew ghesquiere was leaving
and
we all felt like(Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘we’)
we were dumped,
what?
but (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
we everything was going so well!
I LOVED THE BLACK PUMPS (Prosapeea too. Enallage, deliberate grammatical mistake and substitution of nonstandard grammatical form.) (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration)
WITH WHITE LEATHER LACES
LETS WORK IT OUT!
but now he left (Climax)
and what were we gonna do anyways.
at first it was christopher kane
and we were all externally OUTRAGEOUS! (Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings ‘Outrageous’)(Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause, ‘and we were’) (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration)(Also this is extreme running style.)
but ooh tell me more inside
and then they said wang
and we were like externally OUTRAGEOUS (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration)
and fiona apple was right this world is bullshit inside.
and we held our breaths and clicked on the slideshow.
and it was beautiful.
not groundbreaking (Antithesis150, repetition of an idea by restating it in opposite terms)
and not iife-changing (So excited not taking time to spell correctly, Aporia unable to adequately talk about something)
but it was beautiful
and elegant
and if it had been the new collection for,
say,
YVESsaint laurent then i think it woulda been a real triumph!
and a solid framework for what’s to come. (Metaphor145)
from balenciaga,
the future should always be expected. (Sententia, proverb-like declaration)
but instead at saint laurent
we got some cutoff denim skirts
and fishnets.
and who even does courtney love anymore (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
after meadham-kirchoff have so thoroughly killed it
at kinderwhoreing these past few seasons.
and no one fucking calls it out. (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘and’)
(did horyn review this collection yet?)
and everyone talks about the young people in the audience liking it, (Antithesis150, repetition of an idea by restating it in opposite terms)
who even cares about the young people in the audience.
and it’s not even being a gramma (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and saying HAVE SOME RESPECT
but like lol(Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
fashion when people will buy a denim mini skirt with frayed edges
for like two thousand dollars
or whatever.
and some people are all OMG WHAT IF THIS IS A MESSAGE
and like,
no its not. (Climax150)
you dont go to forever 21
and comment on the avant garde spirit (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘con…’)
that continuously
having the crappiest fabrics really means
for the consumer in this post-modern capitalist world
and how it’s like, (Simile146, used like to transform)
you know man?
because it is NOT. (Climax150)
and then jack
and lazaro
sulking on the corner cause they were totes(Enallage, deliberate grammatical mistake and substitution of nonstandard grammatical form.)
the ideal kids to take over balenciaga.
i mean REALISTICALLY
it should’ve gone to bouchra jarrar
or hussein chalayan
or something, (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
but if you’re gonna go the young
and cute (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘and’)
and from new york
and wintour pal
then how could you have overlooked proenza schouler.
they have been doing balenciaga for SEASONS now
(and by god i love those two, (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
but you know it’s true. (Climax150)
and this season they were all
ILL SHOW YOU (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘I’ll show’)
ILL SHOW EVERYONE (Metonymy146, cause/effect. Periphrasis147, substitution of many words for one.)
and all that white lace (Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘and’)
and structures
and monochrome was divine
and i can only imagine
what they could get done
if they had 100% free will to explore balenciaga obsessions
and have access to the archives
and blah blah blah. (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause)
and i guess boys will be boys. (Periphrasis147, substitution of many words for one.)
but blaaah! (Climax150)


June 11, 2013
i’m all about witchcraft
through everything (Homoileuton148 repetitions of endings ‘Everything’)
and from everything.
get your power (Chiasmus, crossover parallelism “Power” everywhere) (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause)
from books
and jewelry
and songs (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
and cats
and definitely get your power from a hooded blue fur jacket (Climax150)
with stars
and moons
and zodiac signs shaved into it.
definitely.
and definitely get your power
from a collared sequined button down
that changes colors in the sun.
its scientifically proven (parody)
that everything
that changes colors in the sun
is magical
and also powerful (see: mood rings). (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
and definitely,
definitely get your power
from blue
and black woven ankle boots
with just the right amount of platform
that can help you wade through water
and snow
and will ground
all that feminine shit you wear
when it’s warm out
by default
because skirts can be
like being naked sometimes. (Simile146, used like to transform)

and of course, (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
there is always power in monochromatic dressing.

never forget power.
all about power. (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause)



September 9, 2013
ana mendieta was the inspiration for the Tome designers
but it feels like there’s something missing.
the clothes evoke nature, (Catachresis146, implied relation between two words that violates or abuses their usual range of meaning.)
sure,
and femininity,
but it’s
too pure, (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration) (Anaphora148 repetition of beginnings ‘too’)
too clean,
to pretty,
where is the anger (Anaphora148 repetition of beginnings ‘Where ’) (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause)
where are the feelings
where are the emotions.


is it an imagined wardrobe for her (Isocolon, repetition of equivalent phrase or clause)
or
is it invoking her spirit through the clothes(Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘totally’)


(but i still love the caftan.) (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)

September 10, 2013
always balance everything out.
delicate deconstruction(Catachresis146, implied relation between two words that violates or abuses their usual range of meaning.)
grounded by a simple white blouse(Catachresis146, implied relation between two words that violates or abuses their usual range of meaning.)
that evokes the ease of a t-shirt (Catachresis146, implied relation between two words that violates or abuses their usual range of meaning.)
but isn’t or (is it?) (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)

things long
and white often make someone say
“oh a wedding dress!”
but why wear something so beautiful
just on one day, (Polysyndeton, adding extra conjunctions such as and or but)
maybe you wear on the first day of spring(Chiasmus, crossover parallelism)
or the first day of the rest day of your life,
marital status be damned.

September 30, 2013
the first half of this show was all these cutout petals
that immediately loved(Anaphora148 repetition of beginings ‘that’)
because they seem so perfectly modern,
lately things seem both so retro(Antithesis150, repetition of an idea by restating it in opposite terms)
and new at the same time
that i think they cancel each other
and that means that it’s exactly now.
a metallic blue paired
with a blush short sleeve mid length dress is dangerous (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration)
in the only way it could be that
makes wearing more of an experiment (Hyperbole146, over exaggeration)
than an act of exhibitionism
(but can we experiment with exhibitionism, (Apostrophe, interruption of ongoing discourse to deliver aside.)
yes of course,
i guess this is all about proving intent).

whatever.

ok let’s get real,
i just want to wear them.






THEN

Form : mini blog
Context: From USA

Metonymy Use obnoxious amounts of details.

Issue or question: The issue is usually wanting new clothes and not having the money for them. Or being very excited about new styles.
Kind of discourse: judicial, deliberative, epideictic.????
Form : mini blog
Context: From USA
Occasion: She posts when there is a new fashion is coming out soon. Or when she comes across something new.
Exigence; They want to discuss fashion and styles.
Physical material: - ???
Presuppositions: I’m not sure of the cultural and historical contexts o fashion.
Rhetorical situation: It’s assumed that both love fashion and purses. They value new styles and others
opinions. Linking each other and commenting, make it a community.
Roles: In this fabulous situation the audience is assumed to be fashion lovers and or critics. Or Maybe
those preppy girls from those high school movies.
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