This feature article was initially published in the fourth print volume of StyleZeitgeist magazine in 2013. We are publishing it online for the first time to coincide with the release of our podcast episode with Aitor Throup. I London – A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, at least in fashion terms,…
I’ve come across the French grooming brand Buly as I normally do when I discover such treasures – by flaneuring across whatever city I happen to be in.
The time has finally come for the much awaited Undercover x Evangelion collection to drop in stores, and we decided to revisit the exclusive interview Jun Takahashi kindly gave to us surrounding this collection after the March show. We are carrying the drop at ANT/DOTE. You can purchase the collection on our web store – we ship worldwide – or visit our store in Atlanta.
No designer wants to be compared to another, but when such a comparison becomes the highest form of praise, it may be warranted.
Eugene here. I am opening a store in Atlanta with my good friend Lauren Amos, called ANT/DOTE. I can finally reveal my new role as the store’s director. It’s a new and very important chapter in my life, one that’s been in the making for years. I wrote about the store below, but I wanted to add a personal note to say how incredibly exciting and interesting it has been to work on this project. I think that deep down every critic, as a tastemaker – and let’s face it, criticism is in part tastemaking – fantasizes about opening a store. I know I have. In a way a store is another way of testing one’s position, one’s ability, prowess, determination, but also one’s limitations.
As always, I would be nowhere without you, without the StyleZeitgeist audience, without likeminded people. I hope you come on this new ride with me. We are ANT/DOTE.
That Vivienne Westwood is one of the most influential designers that have shaped contemporary fashion is undeniable.
When you look at the work of the Italian architect Vincenzo De Cotiis, its very materiality is what strikes you without you even necessarily consciously knowing it.
The Ethiopian-born artist Julie Mehretu is a member of the increasingly rare breed of a major contemporary artist, one who makes work both technically complex and visually compelling and conceptually relevant.
Last week Jun Takahashi presented his new collection, titled “CREEP VERY” for Undercover via a live show in Tokyo.
If you happen to be in Dallas or within driving distance of it, you may treat yourself to one of the most quietly exciting exhibitions to kick off 2021, that of the fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.