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Francesco Ragazzi opens the doors of his great vintage wardrobe in which to get lost among University garments, safari looks, tie-dye, Hawaiian shirts and much more. Palm Angels…
In a futuristic scenario of holograms rendered in 3D, Marcelo Burlon presented his menswear SS2020 collection: a new urban paradigm in which technofolk merges with underground cycling.
The collection, called ‘Material Study for social architecture’, builds a relationship between four essential compounds: clay, lead, water and glass.
Sonya Sombreuil is the visual artist who made COME TEES come true: a new streetwear paradigm that houses unique silkscreened, deconstructed and painted pieces from her L.A. studio.
Givenchy takes us to a high-fashion trip through prints, vibrant colors, tailoring and motorcycling pieces in their new lookbook for the SS2020 Pre-Collection.
PLEASURES drops the lookbook of its spring-summer 2019 collection titled ‘The End has NO END’: an punk imaginary with vibrant colours and prints to immerse you in L.A.’s…
Alexander Wang x Adidas presents a new futuristic delivery. In his season 5 they takes us to a neo ballet court inspired in the 80s.
Places+Faces launches a new SS19 capsule collection that focuses on 00′ rave culture through reflective motifs and fabrics that update the brand’s heritage.
Pierre Kaczmarek with only 15 years old decided to project his creativity in the creation of T-shirts after high school. Two years later, from this experimental root Afterhomework was born.
Hajar Benjida has spent the XXII century in advanced mode through the portrait of a new generation with its polaroids of rappers and grime artists.
After Supreme x Swaroski’s latest collaboration for its 25th anniversary, full of minimalism, glitter and luxury, the feat with Japanese artist Sekitani La Norihiro has arrived.
Demna Gvasalia now goes on to Youtube with a proposal that connects video, fashion and art in a hypnotic visual concept with her series of ‘Loops’.
Now, just a few weeks before the 2019 edition of the LVMH awards -which reward young talent- we put the radar on its eight finalists and select our favorites to present their profiles.
Gucci’s new pre-fall 2019 campaign is an update of the entire Greek universe at the Selinunte archaeological park in Sicily, where the classic and the contemporary merge.
Everything you see today is a product of the past. We make a journey from the street and the catwalk of the new era towards a paradigm initiated in the clubs of the early 90’s.
Pablo Amores, the devil of TV according to deep Spain, comes from hell to burn the creative scene with his photographs, productions and tattos in hand poke mode.
María Simún is the designer and stylist who is surfing the new creative wave at an advanced level, representing the new generation, creating art and transcending through fashion in all its aspects.
From how a neighborhood kid has turned underground into mainstream, and himself into a fashion icon. We analyze the figure of Antón from Crema to the last update of C. Tangana.
The infinite connection between sports culture and the z generation in the streetwear scene begins a 2019 in which tennis becomes the new inspirational reference.
In a world where our beauty references are Bella Hadid or Kendall Jenner the industry of the fashion refuses to make visible another body beyond 90 – 60 – 90. Or yes, but it is insufficient.
We reflect on the rise of streetwear and how the cycle could be closing and coming to an end as well as the bitcoin or trap that are in maximum alert.