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Although for most people 2020 has been a year to forget, for Nathy Peluso it has been the year that has marked a before and after.
Cruz Cafuné has just presented its EP “Visión Tunel”. We talked to him about his career, references and vision of the music scene.
There is one name that is repeated more than others in the photos you save of the sneakers you like. We talk w/ Juanma Jmse.
The works of Coco Capitan speak for themselves. We talked with Coco Capitán to discover how is her day to day, her ambitions and her biggest fears.
Sticky M. A. has become one of the most relevant artists on the national scene. Now he is releasing a new album: Konbanwa. Without a doubt, a refined work that is far from the easy rhyme with critics and current themes.
We spoke with designer Bárbara Sánchez-Kane about the new artistic dimension of social denunciation and activism that she has created through fashion.
On the occasion of his recent collaboration with Bimba and Lola we talked with Dom Sebastian.
The “Faith in Chaos” edition of i-D features an interview by Kanye with Pharrell that addresses topics such as Michael Jackson, the coronavirus, and faith.
Dimda is a Japanese designer that uses vintage garments for his creations. He is taking upcycling to the next level. We had a chat with him.
No doubt one of our little eyes right. The artist based in Barcelona – HALLEY – gives a transcendental turn to his career singing in Spanish.
We talked with Nicole McLaughlin, the designer who is changing the perception of common things with her creations based on upcycling: “nothing is waste or wasted.”
After publishing just two days ago and by surprise his last song, “Dueña de ti” which already has more than 100K of plays on youtube, we talked to Recycled J who answers us to EVERYTHING.
Madrid-based producer and DJ Miqui Brightside spreading his vibes with “Kelly Kapoor”, a new theme that pays tribute to his favourite series The Office.
Today we bring you a HIGHTALKS. Special for us. We surrender to the mainstream with two friends of the magazine: María Escarmiento and Natalia Lacunza.
Andre Rosso’s MYAR is giving military pieces a second life. Vintage seems to have a decisive part on fashion’s future. Reuse and reduce.
Barragán has arrived to redefine fashion in his own terms, bringing his well-defined personality to the main stage and making everyone love it.
No kidding, Jerva from Antifan, Álvaro from Ye Penye and Romano Aspas face to face talking about music, aliens and much more.
We say goodbye to María Villar, OT participant, and welcome María Escarmiento: urban sounds, eclectic lyrics and an effortless sophistication aesthetics.
When it is about creativity, self-improvement, success based on effort and dreams come true, one of the first people who comes to mind is César Pérez.
Virgen María is an aesthetic quake. The artist is a compendium of disciplines that have permeated the avant-garde scene on an international scale.
Melania Freire stood out for creating a collection inspired by the vivid colours and shapes of the painter David Hockney.