“Nearly every layer of his dress uniform is hand-made; every bit of his accoutrement marks a vivid moment in his life, a gift, a discovery, a transmutation. As the look evolved through the years, the simple garments composed of squares sewn together gave way to tunics and cloaks of one piece or a leather cape and leggings.”—Moondog: The Viking of 6th Avenue by Robert Scotto, 2007 Process Media
“If it had been a Dada performance in Zurich’s Cabaret Voltaire in the second decade of the twentieth century, its genius would have been galvanic. As a fashion show in the second decade of the twenty-first century, its satire felt a little obvious. But its savage point was well taken. The us-or-them reductiveness of the popular discourse is turning our round world flat.”—Tim Blanks, NY Times, writing about the 2012 Fall Comme de Garcon show. A favorable review.