Nicole Ngai

More than a Singaporean London-based photographer, Nicole Ngai fell in love with all the process and the practice of film and polaroid cameras. Nicole talks more about the connection she tries to have with all her subjects before wait for the slow process of development which give a quiet contemplation and preciousness to her work.


BARBARATTES is a new brand born in Venezuela. Its only creative, designer and employee is Barbara, who has moved now her activity in Colombia. Barbara is conquering Instagram with a strong aesthetic, reaching for stores and attending events.


Valverde is an up and coming fashion brand that is out of this world… Literally. The garments are inspired by the designer’s created universe, filled with mystical imagery and references to dark spirituality. 

Mathilda Guve

Stockholm based designer, Mathilda Guve, shares her biggest inspirations and fantasies that influence her work, From her surrounding energies, to daydreaming of being a luxurious cabaret dancer, Mathilda has endless references behind her work and take on every day life.

Each X Other AW19

Each Other is a brand inspired by connection and bringing beauty to ordinary life. The AW19 show that took place in Paris exhibited wearable looks with a strong feminine undertone. Explore the backstage snaps as a cross section of this tastefully cool label.

Rue L AW19

Old tech. New Tech. High-street. RUE-L is a digital trip, borrowing the most fun components of past and present technology as inspiration for the newly revealed FW19 streetwear collection. Here are some candid backstage moments from Paris Fashion Week.

Anais Jourden AW19

Anaïs Jourden’s most recent collection debuts looks that feature infamous moments for female empowerment in fashion over the ages. From the 80’s power suit to the 20’s bias-cut dress, the FW19 Paris Fashion Week show is serving fashion “à la carte”.

10% @valloton

Luna Mae Heflin & Amar Priganica. Berlin based duo questioning the norms and a common perception of fashion editorials with their beautifully distorted images, sensual and cool yet brutally real in their can't-be-asked attitude.


With foam, rubber and champagne, Linkedin and wigs, the colour of beige, writing, baking and dancing Fördärvet portraits the absurdity of contemporary capitalism.