ABYSS – with Chesea Wolfe. Shot on the Red Hook waterfront in Brooklyn, New York. Photography – Ellinor Stigle, Styling – Eugene Rabkin, Hair – Nero (Yuhei Nerome), Makeup – Takahiro Okada, Photo assistance – Melissa Lopez-Leach | Styling assistance – Jenni Hensler & Patrick LaDuke
We would like to present to you Thom Browne’s Spring/Summer Women’s collection backstage.
On Monday we hosted GUIDI’s inaugural edition of IN SITU, with work by artist Laurent Segretier.
We would like to present to you the Fall/Winter 2015 collection preview by Lumen et Umbra.
Last week marked the fourteenth anniversary of 9/11, a tragedy that radically changed the political landscape of the world. There were memorial services held in New York and across the United States. The Givenchy Spring/Summer 2016 show was another unlikely place where 9/11 was invoked. The show was held at pier with a view of the new Freedom Tower, and was art-directed by Marina Abramovic. The presentation was supposed to pay respects to 9/11 and celebrate the spirit of human unity. The entire thing – from having an Italian designer who works for a Parisian house preaching to New Yorkers to Givenchy offering special guests tours of the 9/11 memorial – was tone-deaf, if not insulting. There was not a shred of the political in the clothes he presented, making the show’s art direction even more jarring as mere trappings.
Last Friday was the opening of the 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi flagship store in New York City. Our coverage is below.
We would like to present to you Jan-Jan Van Essche’s Project #3, Wadada.
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We would like to present to you Daniel Andresen’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. Shoes by Ematyte. Photography by Julien Boudet of Bleumode.
We would like to present to you Abasi Rosborough’s Fall/Winter 2015 editorial, Sanctum.