Punk In Britain: Simon Barker (Six) // Karen Knorr And Olivier Richon // Dennis Morris // Jamie Reid // Sheila Rock // Ray Stevenson // John Tiberi on show in Milan until the 28th of August, 2016 at Galleria Carla Sozzani. Words by Anca Macavei, photo by Bianca Sara Scanderebech.
Concealed under thin layers, I'm leafing through myriads of surface until the far end shows up. What are you hiding? Kamila lensed by Eugenio Intini.
Scratching the surface and striking your soul, Helmut Lang's first institutional solo exhibition in the US on view at Dallas Contemporary until 21 August, 2016. Words by Anca Macavei.
After the Ultraviolet FW’16 presentation in Paris, we met with Micol Ragni, the designer behind unconventional London based label, who gave us a glimpse of her own unique way of approaching fashion, where a party on a distant galaxy is the perfect stage for her new collection.
Enrico Caputo captures androgynous beauty Hiromi in an exclusive Yohji Yamamoto fashion story styled by Yoshi Miyamasu and shot in Tokio, Japan.
But you can't make people listen. They have to come round in their own time, wondering what happened and why the world blew up around them. It can't last. A fashion story by Marta Bevacqua.
Dreams are better dreamt in darkness, float out from your hollows to feel the stillness of the Sun. Open the highway, it’s the beginning. The whole reveals itself in pieces, consciousness comes in degrees. All your omens. And so all your fears. The still rain of reality, it’s light descending from the depths. Learn how to feel more than you know.
A blurred dream, a soulless forest. An exclusive editorial photographed by Sara Mautone and styled by Maela Leporati.
A brilliant mind with an ethereally forward-thinking sense of style, Lilia Litkovskaya is one of the top names on the list of young talents on the rise coming from Ukraine.
It is mostly the feeling of being part of something, maybe also a kind of non-spoken strength and power that you may feel when you are part of a community, be it a group of friends or a family. It is really important to me, I need it personally, I need my own family. To share and live.
I cannot be considered a jeweler, it is just a part of ADAL. You have to start with something, else you end up keeping your creative world only for yourself and it is too easy and too difficult in the same time to live in your “hutte”, you need to challenge your creations in reality, at least to give it a try.
Mihaela Pascu in conversation with Gaspard Hex.