For this issue, we decided to take a closer look at designer Ann-Sofie Back without letting her know anything about our plans. We contacted her closest friends, colleagues and collaborators, and had paparazzi photographers follow her every move around Stockholm. Everyone involved was sworn to secrecy and despite the obvious problems a project like this one causes, we’re very happy to have managed to pull this stunt off.
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Since the launch of her eponymous brand in 2001, followed by the more commercially motivated Back in 2005, Ann-Sofie Back has incorporated materials that aren’t what they first appear, and worked with details deliberately set out to confuse. This tactic of confusion and playful disorientation challenges two of the most fundamental concepts within fashion theory: “distinction” and “imitation.” By Philip Warkander
From our latest ESC issue, Meghan Collison. Photography by Magnus Magnusson and styling by Robert Rydberg.
Photography by Benjamin Mallek and fashion by Kama Krystel.
The latest issue of Contributor Magazine is centered around what goes on inside and outside the head. If you ask a brain specialist, it is obvious that humans ARE their brains. The brain thrives when it is allowed to increase skills and knowledge, then it functions as intended and rewards us so that we feel […]
BUY THE NEW BOSS ISSUE HERE ALONG WITH PAST ISSUES THE BOSS ISSUE FEATURING SUPERMODEL HILARY RHODA, ACTRESS CHLOE GRACE MORETZ AND FRENCH CULT ACTRESS EMMANUELLE SEIGNER We decided that the ultimate way to explore the theme ”boss” is through posters. Exploring the space around us with the help of icons, idols, portraits of heroes […]
Photography by Ninja Hanna and fashion by Josef Forselius. Click for details.
From our latest issue. Photography by Peter Gehrke and fashion by Editor-in-Chief Robert Rydberg. Click for details
“We were called the Antwerp Six because the English press didn’t know how to pronounce our names. We showed our work together in London in the 1980s and it had an impact on how we were perceived. It would be impossible to reproduce this now.” Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi and photography by Julien Claessens.
From our latest issue. Photography by Fumi Nagasaka and styling by Fashion Editor Christopher Insulander.