MM6 SS20

A myriad of bells, horns, and rock’n’roll filled Milan’s Fabbrica as MM6 kicked off day 1 of Milan Fashion Week with a ceremony of love! Complete with wedding cake and prosecco, the evening was the perfect celebration of fashion and design.

Collezione di Fiori

Shop Journal and Basic collaborate to explore their shared love for vintage and sustainable design, creating accessories from second-hand materials to serve as a basis for their collection and campaign, inspired by maximalisam, camp, romance and their friends.

Matt Giordano

Coeval discovered the work of Matt Giordano, aka @cheap_trillz on Instagram, via his creepy dancing baby filter and immediately had to know more.

Estileras SS20

Rebelling against the fashion industry’s worst habits, Brazilian-born label Estileras dedicates its looks to recycling rejected clothes and unveiling the process (and the people) behind each piece. Centred around strong anti-waste values, the brand transforms the old into imaginative and extra-terrestrial looks.

Essential Items

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Feria del Caballo

Individualising the crowd: Amsterdam-based photographer Eva Roefs captures the week-long festivities of the annual Feria del Caballo (or Horse Fair) in Jerez de la Frontera. immortalising the continuing traditions of the event.

Preston Souza

Meet Preston Souza, the non-binary influencer championing gender-fluid fashion, and one of the original employees of the world’s first gender-free clothing store.

Windowsen

The muted colours that dominate the collection are contrasted with the ‘alien’ quality that his sculptural creations evoke. “I like the contrast of soft materials with something strong,” he says.

Pablo Rochat

From classical to digital art. Pablo Rochat has an Instagram profile that you should definitely follow, entertainment pure meets postmodern art. 

Lila Gold

New York based, and Sydney born creative, Lila Gold, debuts her first music video for her psychedelic pop banger, 'Big Sad Eyes'. With direction and set design by Natalie Falt (Grimes, King Princess and Billie Eilish), this music video has equally as beautiful visuals to accompany the song.