A study of the value of modern astrology

A conversation with Pengyang Lou.

In conversation with London based womenswear designer Pengyan Lou on creating her own language of astrology through Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement art) and his re-examinations of divination, metaphysics, the work of artist Christian Boltanski and Japanese photographer Masao Yamamoto.

A study of the value of modern astrology

Credits:

Photography: @l.o.umite & @qinglong_fu
Fashion: @l.o.umite / @pengyanlou
Make-up: @weichuanwen_315
Interview: @selinceliks
Model: @xulu_ll

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