Quote of the day: Tom Sachs



Tom Sachs quotes

“You spend eight hours with your subconscious dreaming. Don’t waste that by taking the world in, go out. So immediately write in your journal, make ceramics, but do something that’s getting something out instead of taking it in. It’s an essential survival tool for all creative people.”
Tom Sachs in coversation with Virgil Abloh and Simon Doonan, WWD

WORDS: Disneyrollergirl/Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGE: WWD
NOTE: Some posts use affiliate links and PR samples. Please read my cookies policy here

CLICK HERE to get Disneyrollergirl blog posts straight to your inbox once a week
CLICK HERE to buy my book The New Garconne: How to be a Modern Gentlewoman



Cosy night in with Perfumer H



Perfumer H Orange Leaf
When it’s cold, dark and damp, there’s nothing more I want to do than cosy up by a fire, burrow under a blanket and surround myself with scented candles. I’m engrossed in Stephen King’s ‘On Writing’ and it’s the first time in ages I’ve been this absorbed in a book (more…)



THE DRG STYLE INDEX: CRISTASEYA, KEJI DENIM, ROBERT CLERGERIE, OAD NEW YORK, VICTORIA BECKHAM



Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands currently buzzing on my radar…

1. CHRISTMAS AT CRISTASEYA
Cristaseya
If you’re in Paris today, you’re in luck. It’s the last day of the stupendous CristaSeya’s ‘Chritmas Corner’ at 7 rue Ambroise Thomas 75009 (by appointment contact@cristaseya.co)… (more…)



Long Read interview: Joe Corré’s ideology on burning his £5 million punk archive



Joe Corre burns his £5 million punk archive of Sex Pistols and Seditionaries memorabilia

Today is the day Joe Corré’s £5 million punk archive goes up in flames. He’s protesting about Punk London, an official celebration of 40 years of punk. I sat down with him a few weeks ago, after the news had just been announced, to get some more background, find out what the archive means to him and let him get a few things off his chest. Let the rant commence…

DISNEYROLLERGIRL: Let’s start with some background. Where were you in 76/77?
Joe Corre: I was born in 1967 so in 77 I was ten. As a kid growing up in south London, I grew up with a lot of children of the Windrush generation, around Balham, Brixton and our flat in Clapham was sort of the centre of all this activity, surrounding punk rock. (more…)