Photography by Seung-Rok and fashion by Emma Cotterill.
A new generation of fashion lovers craves meaning and values, as opposed to vacant buzz and meaningless clothes. It’s refreshing to listen to Paris-based designer Mohamed Khattabi, who launched his own brand Reward if Found last year, talking about the kind of fashion he loves, which fuses concept and intellect with politics and raw emotion. Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi.
Photography by Ami Colberg and fashion by Fan Huang.
Photography by Youn Jung Kim and fashion by Eunji Paula Kim.
Michel Gaubert’s job is to create unique soundtracks for fashion shows or films, and some of them are quite memorable. Think of early 1990s Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld, or more recent offerings for Loewe by Jonathan Anderson and Moschino by Jeremy Scott. Whether it be catchy, ironic, fun – or more on the conceptual side – Gaubert can craft any type of sound that will enhance, reflect and complement a designer’s vision. Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi.
Photography by Rossella Damiani and fashion by Mia Caplan.
Berlin-based French designer Lou de Bètoly belongs to an exciting wave of talents questioning the status quo, as well as looking for new ways to create collections beyond the usual calendars, while making them playful, unique, sustainable and smart at once. Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi
Photography by Kate Frolova, fashion and modeling by Zarina Rakhbanova.
Fashion has the power – and the ability – to transport us into a world of emotion, grace and refinement. It can transcend the everyday and inspire us completely. Asim Khan, who is launching his eponymous brand this year, is a real fashion designer, in the sense that he uses clothes to deliver messages and raise key questions that are close to his heart. Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi.
Photographer Kristina Podobed shares her intimate way of looking through the camera.