This exclusive content exercise for Descente AW19 represents and viscerally displays the protective abilities of outerwear, illustrating how to put the garments together, whilst reflecting on nuances of layering and tailoring within the styling as an aesthetic modus operandi.
We caught up with Angelo as he was in London launching his collaboration with Asics and asked a selection of pertinent questions in a short space of time to get to the bottom of what fuels the journey and why ... /
In an emotional ode to the brands home neighbourhood of Frederiksberg, Silas Adler and Jacob Kamp-Berliner along with recent team addition Mathieu Maalouf created not only a runway show but a community event to showcase Soullands SS20 “Power Pedestrian” collection.
Synonymous with travel and innovative expression, côte&ciel's “Horizons” series profiles the inner mind workings of forward thinking creatives from around the globe. The first in the Horizons series focuses on London based producer, musician & singer/songwriter “Miink” /
With inspiration drawn from deconstructed workwear palettes, safety colour tones and lightweight performance materials, the Helly Hansen Archive collection provides a progressive new look at the brands 140 years of design and product excellence. We took a closer look at the innovative technologies, contrasting fabrics and functional clip on accessories in our “Archive” Editorial /
A man who needs no introduction; Tony Hawk is quite simply one of the most influential skaters that ever dropped in. He not only brought the sport to levels of visibility not yet scene, but he also redefined the scenes involvement with video games and music. Bringing countless new skaters and bands with him along the way. Now with the launch of the Tony Hawk Signature line, a capsule collection in collaboration with photography legend and friend Anton Corbijn available exclusively at London based luxury fashion retailer BROWNS. Tony is again pushing new boundaries for the culture /
Award wining designer Rick Owens is no stranger to working in a variety of disciplines, along with his partner Michele Lamy they have broadened their fashion business to include art installations, furniture and their ‘Maison Objects’ collection. During both London Fashion Week and London Design Festival they opened their new exhibition Glade at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Mayfair we spoke with the projects creative force Michele ahead of the opening.
Hailed as one the UK most necessary emerging artists by DJ and Radio 1 presenter Benji B, Miinks soothing, soulful and introspective debut album Small Clan received critical acclaim for its genre spicing sonic backdrop mixed with D’angelo meets Prince vocal layers. We caught up with the west London native to talk about the modern music industry, Japanese fashion and his latest release “Miss me More” /
THE ART OF WAREZ is a short film amade by multi disciplinarian artist and film-maker Oliver Payne & painter and ANSI expert Kevin Bouton-Scott, telling the story of the hitherto virtually unknown world of the ANSI art scene … while some of us were whiling away the hours listening to cassette players make ‘that noise’ as it audibly loaded your game on a Vic 20 or a Spectrum 48k others were inside the machines taking control in a parallel universe located deep in pixels and code.
A true advocate of global perspective, Soy Panday has been looking to the horizon and letting creativity from all over the world inform his graphic work for years. As co founder of Magenta Skateboards with brothers Vivien and Jean Feil, Soy continues to push a more meaningful side to skateboarding.
We sat down with Soy at the tail end of Paris Fashion Week to get his “5 Things” /
A wonderer in the truest sense of the word, Adam Katz Sinding is an American-born and Copenhagen-based photographer who has innovated the world of street style documentary while traveling the globe in search of the perfect image. We catch up with Adam to talk about his latest book “Live From F*cking Everywhere” /
In celebration of one of the most important albums of our time, as well as a landmark in music/design crossover history. London’s Goodhood have teamed up with the graphic architect of Joy Divisions seminal debut Peter Saville to create a capsule collection of curated items celebrating 40 years since "Unknown Pleasures" was first released /
Art Directors - Yukio Sugaya / Daniel James Titchener Editor at Large - Christopher Victoor Editors - Mike Burns / Oliver Sullivan Contributing Editor - David Hellqvist Publishing Directors - Graeme Gaughan / Stephen Monaghan Fashion Editor - Jordan Dean Schneider Contributing Fashion Editors - Lambda Takahashi, Masataka Hattori, Phillip Bush