INSTAGRAMS OF THE WEEK 19/06

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To ease the world’s word overload, we at Fraeulein wish to start a new section, sharing our editors‘ most inspiring, comical, beautiful, strange, culturally relevant, or totally irrelevant highlights on Instagram this week:

With constant media coverage and a bombardment of notifications, sometimes our eyes need a break. We don’t call our Instagram-browsing mindless; we scroll with intent mindfulness.
Here is a peek at what our editors found most distracting, in the nicest way possible.

Weekend mood in another lifetime.

– Sam Kavanagh, Digital Editor

 

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#womensbodies

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A wonderful, inspiring Instagram account that we discovered by one and only Michel Gaubert: Patrick Van Ommeslaeghe studied at the Antwerp Royal Academy of Art but transformed the vision of the Flemish School into his own, very personal direction for his work.

– Sina Braetz, Fashion Director

 

The most effective way to fight is clearly through romance. Ozcult shows how much power lingerie is able to have. Panties 4 Peace!
Maia Cavic, Fashion Intern

What you need to know about #juneteenth 
– Fabio Pace, Junior Fashion Editor

About African Power, Creativity and ZEITGEIST: upcoming menswear designer christèle Mbosso of Maison Mbosso is discovering the African skateboarder community in her debut collection.

– Sina Braetz, Fashion Director

We are happy that the Coronavirus has slowly subsided and passed its zenith. Bars and restaurants starting to reopen after lockdown and we can finally get back to our favorite wine-bars! Cheers!

– Olivier Mohrińge, Fashion Intern

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🃏A magical spread from the Carnival at the End of the World Tarot!🃏 We are so delighted to be able to offer this incredible card deck by @kahnselesnick on our webstore! www.morbidanatomy.org .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Carnival at the End of the World Tarot ( @fledermausworkshop ) is an exceptional contemporary deck summoned from the same mythologies artist duo Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick have been exploring in their recent photographs, paintings and book project. In 2006, their multimedia project Eisbergfreistadt included a poker deck that when laid out in a long line, revealed a panoramic narrative of climate change and environmental devastation. In 2017, as the stakes of the Great Game have grown greater and the Anthropocene has exponentially brought change and chaos to many lives around the world, they have moved from making cards for jovial pastimes to those for divination: the Tarot, which in its traditional uses has been consulted to forecast disaster, anticipate risk, and navigate life-choices through backstage access to the Unseen. However, worry not if you don't wish to dabble in sortilege and oracular query to peruse a glimpse of what the future may have in store for you–you may also ruminate upon the cards one by one in a linear fashion, and meditate upon the views from the Fool's Journey as one would read a Pilgrim's Progress; or, just as seekers and wanderers once stowed painted icons and gilded relics in the pockets of their cloaks, the Tarot can be a portable trove of mystifying talismanic images to accompany, inspire and entertain you on your own peregrinations.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick, both born in 1964, are a collaborative artist team who work primarily in the fields of photography and installation art. They specialize in fictitious histories set in both the past and future.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #tarot #tarotcards #tarotreading #tarotreadersofinstagram #art #morbidanatomy

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Morbid Anatomy is an account that relishes in the realms of art, death, medicine, and mysticism. From bizarre taxidermy and rare tarot cards to frightening medical relics and bewildering depictions of death, you are bound to find a bevy of imagery here that you have never seen. Hopefully.

– Janna Shaw, Editorial Staff

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spent yesterday creating this informative post on different situations going on at the minute in the world which have received less media coverage than they should. It actually took much longer than expected as I, myself needed to educate myself on the events that I didn’t even realise were happening. The media loves to pick and choose at what they tell us, it is so selective and it is actually shocking to read the horrifying things that are taking place in this modern world. We need to do better. • I’m definitely going to be doing a part 2 of this as there are a lot of things that I want to still cover, if you have anything you would like me to speak about, then just let me know 😙 And if this post has helped or informed you in any way, then please give it a share to educate others 😛 • ** EDIT: just wanted to correct myself where I mentioned that Yemen and Saudi Arabia are in an ongoing war! There is actually a civil war that has been going on within Yemen for years 💚 • also check my recent post and the link in bio for all my sources for this post and the links on how to help 💜 #blacklivesmatter #blm #rohingya #yemen #yemencrisis #justiceforgeorgefloyd #racisminuk #uyghur #uyghurmuslims #slavery #libya #libyaslavetrade #explore #justiceforbreonnataylor #justiceforahmaud #london #acab #defundthepolice #blackart #justiceforbellymujinga #blackartist #blackartistspace

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The media love to pick and choose at what they tell us, it is so selective and it is actually shocking to read the horrifying things that are taking place in this modern world. We need to do better. We thought we might also want to educate ourselves on the events that we didn’t even realize were happening.

-Fabio Pace, Junior Fashion Editor

A nostalgic, cool, and an undoubtedly well-curated page. This photo makes us feel witchy.

– Sam Kavanagh, Digital Editor

 

„A catalog of jilts, cracks, prostitutes, nightwalkers, whores, she-friends, kind women, and others of the linen-lifting tribe.” Follow this cheeky account while you still can!

– Janna Shaw, Editorial Staff

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