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On the heels of Rizzoli's release of Rick Owens: Furniture we would like to present to you images of Rick Owens' library from StyleZeitgeist Volume 5.Photography by Leonardo Gomez-Ferenci...

We would like to present to you Lumen et Umbra's capsule collection done in collaboration with Jonny White of Art Department.Jonny White also played at our GUIDI event in 2015.Photos courtesy of Lumen et Umbra....

GUIDI, the Italian leather tannery and shoemaker, is making its second foray into the world of art by sponsoring an open art contest that will allow any aspiring or established artist to submit their work. The work of the contest's winners will be exhibited by...

We would like to present to you Anrealage's Fall/Winter 2017 Women's Paris collection. This season Anrealage made use of robotic arm technology in collaboration with Japanese sculptor Kohei Nawa / SANDWICH carving 2 dresses out of a denim fabric roll....

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We would like to present to you a video shot for the m.a.+ by Maurizio Amadei Spring/Summer 2017 collection, starring Natasa Vojnovic and Clark Phillips Directed by Dusan Reljin | Styled by Karlo Steel | music by 1.6

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