Photography by Daniel Stjerne and fashion by Ellen Lofts.
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Photography by Sarah Kühl and fashion by Victoria Beck.
Photography by Bjorn Terring and fashion by Nike Frohling Felldin. Click for details.
Photography by Philip Messmann and fashion by Sebastian Machado. Click for details.
The action of covering up does not simply hide but it may also reveal. The contrast between the making of evident and veiling is rooted in an approach to what we know and the ways in which we know. The artist Jeannette Slütter speaks about this dispute, creating environments of oxymoronic displacement. In her work, surfaces and practices of veiling may not simply be an obstacle but it often becomes a method of questioning. In this sense, the surface becomes not only a space of superficiality and corruption but also a space for disputing the superficial and its meanings. Not simply a manner to dispute what the Real is but – most importantly – what makes the Real and when we encounter the Real.
Photography by Ilaria Taschini and fashion by Roberta Astarita.
Photography by District Studio, fashion by Mickael Kidumu and Brian Placide.
Pushing the boundaries of fashion is something Zana Bayne clearly excels at. Founded by herself and Co-Creative Director Todd Pendu, Zana’s eponymous brand quickly gained attention with its fetish-inspired accessories, highlighting the key relationship between sex, leather and skin. Since its launch in 2010, the brand has attracted famous musicians, actors, artists and private clients alike, who quickly became fans of Zana’s handcrafted harnesses, belts, chokers and bags. I caught up with her and Todd to discuss the evolution of their brand, why fashion still loves fetish and how being copied is ultimately unavoidable. Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi
She’s garnered a reputation playing characters who are free spirited and sensual, her résumé stocked with pleasure-seekers and rebels. In her new film Wonder Wheel, Juno Temple gives one of the year’s most captivating performances, proving why the actress’ star is continually on the rise. Interview by Max Berlinger. Juno Temple is photographed by Magnus Magnusson. Fashion by Tiffani Chynel
For this print issue of Contributor, we continue to package the magazine in a box. The inside showcases prints in four different sizes, two posters and a limited edition that includes one signed and numbered C-print from our cover story with exceptionally talented Juno Temple. Throughout the issue, our contributors take a look at fashion as a cover-up. Available online and in selected stores worldwide.