Edie Sedgwick

The mystique to end all mystiques “Edie Sedgwick didn’t belong on this planet, yet she somehow touched everyone who came into contact with her“– Karl Wiggins Edie Sedgwick was antithetic to indifference. She inspired Blonde on Blonde, the iconic EP of popstar Bob Dylan and represented Andy Warhol’s feminine ideal. She was the face of the 60’s and the first “it” girl, embodying the utter cool … Continue reading Edie Sedgwick


The geisha who didn’t play by the rules SadaYakko was a respected, worldwide-famous performer at the beginning of the 20th century. She attained such a status by constantly breaking the rules, in her professional as well as her private life, both in an ultra-conventional Japanese society and a Western world where nobody was waiting for her, but somehow everybody remembered her. A loan, but a … Continue reading SadaYakko