There are many female designers who I look up to. As I see it, it is only an advantage being a woman and designing for other women. Women designers are considerably more practical than male designers. We have dressed ourselves since we were kids. We know what women need. Article by Sara Litzen. Click to read the full article.
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There is a tendency for every generation to believe that it is the brave new world. To believe that what it is doing is braver and newer than anything before. That it is the bee’s knees, the cat’s meow, and even the cat’s pajamas. We are no exception, and justifiably so: It’s a fact that our world is the most chronologically advanced ever. We’ve got the internet, smart phones, and low-fat latte macchiatos. New, today, is renewed at a faster rate than ever before, and in many ways, our world is new each day. But what exactly does it mean to us to be new? Or brave? By Tom Greenwood. Click to read the whole article.
A closer look at the imaginative world of photographer Sarah Vo. Click for details.
Featuring on the cover Michael Pitt and Jamie Bochert. Interviews with Kris van Assche, Robert Knoke, Hannah Marshall and much more. Photogtraphy by Anne-Catherine la Croix, Thomas Klementsson, Magnus Magnusson, Hasse Nielsen, Ola Rindal, John Scarisbrick, Yu Tsai, Albert Watson and Camilla Akrans. Click to read and view more.
Photography by Chloe Orefice and styling by Gabriela Splendore. Click for details.
Photography by Cristina Capucci and styling by Matteo Greco. Click for details.
Photography by Mara Corsino and styling by Matteo Greco. Click for details.
Not about fashion. Photographer Katja Sonnewend lives and works in Berlin. Inspired by the city and its people she took pictures of how fashion is not about what you wear but how you live.
Pink’s famous chili hot dogs in L.A.