I like to imagine Jean Cocteau always dressed like this.
"To tell you the truth, in my work, love is always in opposition to the elements. It creates dilemmas. It brings in suffering. We can’t live with it, and we can’t live without it. You’ll rarely find a happy ending in my work."
A powerful symbol of Cornwall’s mythical lore … Damien Hirst’s unicorn, The Child’s Dream.
Hirst said: "Children’s dreams are more fantastical than adult’s dreams and, as the sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi said, ‘when we are no longer children we are already dead’."