Spotlight

Designers to watch #2

Five designers to watch #2: Tal Rosenfarb, Caroline Pretterebner, Perminute, Roberts|Wood, Pepa Salazar. A weekly spotlight on five emerging talents making waves picked by Nasty.

Paris Fashion Week A/W17 pt2

A curated selection of backstage moments from the latest Paris Fashion Week shows including Jourden, Christian Wijnants, Afterhomework, MashaMa and Neith Nyer. Photographed in exclusive for Nasty Magazine by Dario Ruggiero.

Paris Fashion Week A/W17 pt1

A curated selection of backstage moments from the latest Paris Fashion Week shows including DROMe, Ottolinger, Anne Sofie Madsen and Geoffrey B Small. Photographed in exclusive for Nasty Magazine by Dario Ruggiero.

Designers to watch #1

A weekly spotlight on emerging talents picked by Nasty and featuring: Weno, Matte Nolim, Cecilia Sertori, Thisnorthat, Moon Chang.

Marcelo Burlon A/W17

The lightning symbolizing a natural discharge of power and the hope for a new renaissance after this cultural armageddon. Marcelo Burlon F/W17 show photographed by Marco Giuliano.

Six Nights

Deconstruction of a lady's body. Details of Daniela Tkach photographed by Sergey Lomakin.

Eaux Profondes

There is no source of darkness in this universe. There is only the absence of light and the eternal fluctuation in search of a space in time. Photography by Margaux Gayet.

Purity Fixation

From an underground arcade, to the rooftops, to a love hotel. A story by Cape-Town based photographer Duran Levinson, shot on film in Hong Kong.

Damir Doma S/S17 Menswear

Impressions from Damir Doma S/S17 Menswear collection, photographed in Milan by Marco Giuliano.

Faces and Void

A gallery of impressions about human and nature, shot on medium format film by Buenos Aires based photographer Joaquin Soler.

Svalbard Islands

This is the embodiment of wintriness. Images from the white void in the midway between continental Norway and the North Pole. Pictures by Keren Wang.

Heavy Liquid

A curated insight on Nicolas Gavino's body of work. Powerfully raw images in which he blends erotic imagery and deadly human-scapes under an exquisite and ironic extravaganza.
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