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Albert Maysles, Iris Apfel, 2015 via Maysles films
Legendary Iris says: ‘They say they want to be different and they all wear a uniform. I mean, in New York you can probably tell somebody’s zip code by what they are wearing…Technology is a wonderful thing but I think it’s violently misused. I mean, I [...]


Anyone with kids will relate to children’s direct, uninhibited and vivid response to the world as a refreshing change of view – funny at times, surprising at others, but always incredibly precious to see a reaction unfettered by intellectual reasoning. So Yolanda Domingez‘ genius project Ninos versus Moda to ask a series of 8-year-olds to [...]


Now that the mother of all streetstyle magazines, i-D, has been swallowed up by the Vice empire for a bright and digital future, it’s only fair enough to cash in on the long legacy of the printed edition with a look back at 35 years’ worth of more than 300 covers featuring that famous wink.


A tale of a muse: violence and politics… The drama is not only going on in Greece, Brussels or the Mediterrenean Sea but also at unexpected spots such as the last runway show of Rick Owens.
‘I think it says Kill Angela Merkel or something? Is that what it said? I don’t know because [...]


In his solo show that will take place in GSL Projekt in Berlin, Aksaygın is contemplating on discrimination with the help of superhero Jhad, who is carrying artist’s ‘particular social, economical and sexual codes in Germany’. Fashion label SADAK, performance artist, musician and DJ Namosh and curator Övül Ö. Durmuşoğlu is contributing with their design, [...]


Easter Parade in the Big Apple captured by Advanced Style.


Once BDSM was seen as a taboo as in the 1999 film 8 mm with Nicholas Cage. One wonders when and why it became a fashion in the mainstream culture. Although, 50 Shades of Grey was cursed by 50 porn stars and professional fetishists and the desperate film Tongue Tied by Miley Cyrus with Quentin Jones was rejected [...]


The venerable V&A museum opens its anticipated retrospective on late and legendary fashion designer Alexander McQueen tomorrow, which, if anything, makes it painfully obvious how we are lacking designers of the same calibre and radicality today. In the meantime, longtime friend and collaborator Nick Knight features his own McQueen retrospective of sorts on Showstudio, with [...]


Kim Gordon on the cover of the new issue of Purple (but ours is better…).


Oh yes, the new data-enhanced Rapha Pro collection looks like a crooked mono.kultur logo in motion. And in case you don’t care about riding, you can also sit, of course. Or take the train, tonight.