Permanent Vacation (1980)
Permanent Vacation (1980)
Thibaut Knapp is a London-based designer taking technical apparel into the metaphysical realm with eco-conscious textiles and otherworldly silhouettes.
Jimi Lucid’s new music video “Lilith” explores depression and anxiety in the POC and Black community.
Merging social networks and video games, mobile app NEW LIFE AI’s approach to technology and advertising will revolutionise the way we think about fashion
Meet Natasha Romano, a “sculptrice n garmentiste” from Los Angeles whose work, whether porous or inorganic, is first and foremost inspired by love.
Chicken Shops, Nail-bars and Bookmakers - a typical suburban high street. In England’s Heartland there is a society lost, confused and in search of an identity – a little like myself at the time of making these pictures.
Stockholm-based designer Emma Wahlin shakes up the power bond between horse and human in her latest collection, pushing the concept of “Co-Being”.
Some of my favourite tracks by the godlike music producers.
August in the Water (1995)
Photo series ‘Dendrophilia’ explores a world beyond sex where plants and humans morph into a hybrid entity.
Dressed in rebellious brand ‘Bless 8’, Singers Lucy and Lowchano open up about the meaning of music and what we can expect from their future projects.
Carol is a New York based creative tech artist, who isn’t afraid to push the boundaries of 3D art. With her aesthetically pleasing style, she creates empowering, yet absurd images. She talks about life as a young 3D designer, her Italian influence and her Sims addiction.
A heel named ‘Shoe Weapon’ inspired by electric drills sets the tone for her work. DI DU is here to challenge the Status Quo. Read her words on feminine power, vintage-futurism and cultural disruption.
“‘Perfection’ is at the crossroads of fashion film and video art”.
In the Name of the Father (1993)
In a commercial and capitalistic world, solitude requires active planning. The Swedish musician El Perro del Mar reflects upon it.
Half designer clad woman and half mythical fox, photographer Ali Yavuz Ata’s shapeshifting creatures take their inspiration from Japanese folklore.
Happy Together (1997)
Alluring yet absurd, artist Rosie Gibbens’ performative work aims for viewers to experience both amusement at the euphemistic nature of it, and discomfort at the elements associated with voyeurism and objectification.
A craving birthed from misunderstanding, Wendy Jim deletes old soot and seeks the aesthetic de nos jours.