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Rex Butler, our resident art critic, writes about the culture of permissiveness in the worlds of fashion and art. Can a fashion designer or an artist rebel when everything is allowed? Does he have the power to subvert conventions when his rebellion is instantly lauded?...

In this women’s editorial, photographer Jennifer Tzar travels to OPUS 40 with two models and a heap of clothes from the likes of Rick Owens, Ann Demeulemeester, A.F. Vandevorst, and Zero + Maria Cornejo....

Eugene Rabkin talks to Deborah Turbeville, one of the luminaries of contemporary photography, about the influence of literature on her work and her unique aesthetic. With exclusive photography of Turbeville’s archives and her New York City apartment by Turbeville’s art director Tuomas Korpijaakko....

Cintra Wilson, our irreverent senior editor, gets together with Valerie Steele, the most revered fashion scholar and the director of the Museum of Fashion at FIT, to talk about the state of contemporary fashion and Daphne Guinness....

Our photo editor Arto Puolimatka compiles a visual essay from the eerie photos of New York City that he has taken throughout six years of wondering the streets....

Irina Salimov and Anna Frost try to find out what makes Aoi Kotsuhiroi, the elusive Japanese-born “object maker” tick, and what lies behind her esoteric footwear and jewelry....

In this women’s editorial, photographer Erik Madigan Heck dwells on the color blue in nature and clothing. Shot in New York City and Iceland with clothes by Haider Ackermann, Jean Paul Gaultier, A.F. Vandevorst, and Rodarte, among others....

Our Belgian correspondent, Veerle Windels, writes about one of the most promising designers the Antwerp Royal Academy has produced in the last years....

In our men’s editorial, we pay homage to the iconic performance piece, I Like America and America Likes Me, by the German artist Joseph Beuys. Shot in Brooklyn by Jeff P. Elstone II with clothes by Ann Demeulemeester, Paul Harnden, Geoffrey B. Small, Forme d’Expression,...

We travel to Iceland to profile Sruli Recht, the designer who crafts his otherworldly creations in Reykjavik, Iceland out of everything he can get his hands on, from shark hides to black diamonds....

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