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Yohji Yamamoto Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear - Collection - Gallery - Style.com

Yohji Yamamoto Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear - Collection - Gallery - Style.com

Pantone Color Card in Pirate Black

Pantone Color Card in Pirate Black

I was wearing black clothes almost from the beginning. I feel comfortable in black. I felt like black looked good onstage, that it was attractive, so I started wearing it all the time. – Johnny Cash

I was wearing black clothes almost from the beginning. I feel comfortable in black. I felt like black looked good onstage, that it was attractive, so I started wearing it all the time. – Johnny Cash

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What my little Pebbles looked like when she was just a pup,but now she is getting gray and she's much chubbier ;)

What my little Pebbles looked like when she was just a pup,but now she is getting gray and she's much chubbier ;)

Never hesitate to adopt a black cat! They are the least adopted color of cats due to a stupid superstition. I love dark, grey or black cats, they are so elegant More

Never hesitate to adopt a black cat! They are the least adopted color of cats due to a stupid superstition. I love dark, grey or black cats, they are so elegant More

Black | 黒 | Kuro | Nero | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal…

Black | 黒 | Kuro | Nero | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal…

Nothing is as good as a Black Rose

Nothing is as good as a Black Rose

In Western culture, black is often a representation of death; it is a colour of mourning, worn to funerals to commemorate and universalise loss. This means that, in some contexts, black within design can represent sadness or respect. In Far Eastern cultures, such as in the customs of China, black is a colour of stability and perseverance, representing the son that will continue a family's bloodline. In Middle Eastern culture, black is even seen as a colour that represents rebirth.

In Western culture, black is often a representation of death; it is a colour of mourning, worn to funerals to commemorate and universalise loss. This means that, in some contexts, black within design can represent sadness or respect. In Far Eastern cultures, such as in the customs of China, black is a colour of stability and perseverance, representing the son that will continue a family's bloodline. In Middle Eastern culture, black is even seen as a colour that represents rebirth.

Ruar

Ruar