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But then, bohemianism is first and foremost a state of mind—that of people who are disinclined to follow rules and formulas, and who value the notion of a life well lived.
Per Götesson and PRLE’s Andreas Danielsson proposed poetic takes on menswear, the former playing with proportions and deconstruction, the latter with a 70s-inflected bohemianism.
Brown, about 20 years Millay’s junior but living by a similar code of Greenwich Village bohemianism, illustrated how such a life might look if the pursuit of happiness took precedent over ecstasy.
The same textured elements weave bohemianism throughout the home.
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