What We Wore – real street style. First a blog, now a book.
The biannual, international edition of Swedish mag Bon is a must buy for the in-depth conversations that go on within its pages. For the first time online, this is their comprehensive A/W ’14 panel discussion.
The New York City Ballet was limping, but Valentino kissed it all better.
To accompany the forthcoming book and TV series, here…
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Meadham Kirchhoff are notoriously difficult to interview. This is more by rule than by rumour; their distaste for mass media is a sign, I think, that they hate how their message is interpreted.
So, what better way to counter the (usually) well-meaning spin that the media puts on their creativity than to release their own zine? It’s surprising how no-one has drawn on this irony; Meadham Kirchhoff…
The jarring GIFs of Kevin Weir
Vogue catalogues the best of the new(ish, mostly U.S.-based) indie magazines.
“My walk-in closet with a rug thick as a blanket. I lie on it and stare at my clothes like they are my psychoanalysts. They are.” Arabelle…
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