Vol.19 ARCHIVE - Ryuichi Sakamoto

The career of legendary Japanese musician and composer Ryuichi Sakamoto began in the ’80s with YMO. He has since left footsteps on virtually every corner of music, from classical to experimental. Now, following a battle with throat cancer in 2014 that led to a six-month hiatus from music, Sakamoto is well and truly back. We sat down with the man himself to talk about where he is in both music and in life.  

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The New Order 10th Anniversary

THE NEW ORDER has nothing to do with trends, it has everything to do with strong minds and philosophies. When we decided to do something for the 10th anniversary of the magazine we wanted to work with people who are consistent with there outlay. All names we have built a relationship with over the last decade each product reflects the DNA of THE NEW ORDER in a unique way.

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
A Conversation With - Chris Dorland

Addressing our evolving relationship to technology and the body, Chris Dorland’s recently opened “Synthetic Skin” allows us to apprehend the force of intrusive technologies as they merge into our bodies and psyches. We caught up with the NYC based artist to talk through the process of his evolving work as it embraces digital mediums /

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Culture, ArtGraeme Gaughan
A Conversation With - Guillermo Andrade

We all have a story to tell that shapes us as people, be it geographically or creatively. Guillermo Andrade is no exception. As the founder and creative force behind 424 Inc and its older sibling concept space FOURTWOFOUR on Fairfax, Andrade is proof personified that the American Dream is still alive and kicking. We caught up with Guillermo at the Met in NYC to discuss his past, present and future moves /

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FashionAdam Titchener
Five Things - Siki Im

A designer in the truest sense of the word, Siki Im has not only applied his talents to the world of fashion through his work under Karl Largerfeld and Helmut Lang as well as his eponymous brand, the Oxford trained architect also operates the award winning multi disciplinary SIKI IM STUDIO /

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FashionAdam Titchener
Had I A Golden Thread

The third in our series of online exclusive editorials, “Had I a golden thread” offsets an industrial backdrop against key vibrant tones and patterns from brands such as Acne, Dries van Noten, Issey Miyake and more /

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FashionAdam Titchener
Five Things - William Strobeck

From a childhood in Syracuse to the Love Park skate scene in the late nineties to classic work with Alien Workshop to Supreme’s magnus opus' in Cherry and Blessed, William ‘Bill’ Stroebeck is slowly but surely re-defining a genre stylistically - via introducing his inimitable visual culture of romance and a love affair with skateboarding and adapting it to direct the neu garde of skate video content /

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Culture, PeopleAdam Titchener
Interior Resistance

Inspired by vintage colour images of mid french resistance fighters who were finally able to walk the streets of Paris in full colours on VE day. “Interior Resistance'“ channels the confident authority carried by these men through their mix of tailoring and casual Parisian para military uniforms /

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FashionAdam Titchener
Five Things - Rob Cristofaro

One of the true originals and pioneers of the New York streetwear scene Alife is well and truly back. Helmed by original co-founder Rob Cristofaro and Treis Hill, the brand already have a string of standalone releases and exciting collaborations over the next few months. We caught up with Cristofaro at the Alife studio in Lower Manhattan to get his “5 Things”

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FashionAdam Titchener
Vol.19 ARCHIVE - Nepenthes

As Nepenthes open their first UK store in London this week, we thought this was good moment to look back at our AW18 editorial from Vol.19. Styled by Masataka Hattori and shot by Mitsuo Okamoto, this story highlights textures and patterns from across the Nepenthes brand family /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
When The Night Comes

In the first in our series of online exclusive editorials, “When the night comes'“ explores the contrasting tones and frequencies of London’s east end by night against bold prints and pattern highlights of the SS19 Season /

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FashionAdam Titchener
A Conversation with - Gildas Loaëc

I met Gildas Loaëc around 12 years ago in a purposely-dim lit Restaurant in Paris to celebrate the signing of Kitsuné’s first guitar based band “Cazals”. During dinner I remember Gildas pulling some Polo shirts and white jeans out of a bag to show the band. They had a little Fox logo on them… I didn't realize it at the time but that was the beginings of Maison Kitsuné /

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Fashion, CultureGraeme Gaughan
Five Things - Story MFG

Clarity of conscience and a stead fast conviction are two traits that are not always bed fellows in the fashion industry. Not so with husband and wife duo Saeed and Katy Al-Rubeyi aka Story MFG. Who’s core brand values are built around 100% sustainable practices and regenerative agriculture /

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FashionGraeme Gaughan
A Conversation with - Silas Adler

Skateboarding never really leaves your heart. For anyone who has come up through the culture, it will always have a part of their soul. One such person is Soulland founder and creative director Silas Adler. A friend for some years now, I am stoked to see Alder go right back to his artistic roots and create a range of graphics that will adorn the boards of Erik Koston’s & Guy Mariano’s Numbers team. We caught up with Silas in Paris to find out more /

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CultureGraeme Gaughan
Isaac Larose - The Itinerants

Isaac Larose is generally known for his personal style and being the co founder of Larose Paris a contemporary headwear company who’ve worked with various brands including Missoni, Our Legacy, Jacquemus, Sunspel, Bed J.W. Ford /

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FashionJames Oliver