Clothes are a thread in the fabric of our memories. When “good” clothes were expensive and valuable they would be mended, adapted and salvaged till their life couldn’t be extended anymore, in our fast and restless present we tend to discard our fashionable garments way before their journeys are truly over. Here Simon Cracker explains to Riccardo Slavik how much recycling can be punk.
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Read the full interview to the Sicilian designer Fausto Puglisi by Riccardo Slavik on our 10th issue and have a look to several unpublished photos...
On the eve of the Met Museum's exhibition on Camp we talked with iconic queer filmmaker and writer Bruce LaBruce on Camp in 2019 and the digital age
The Angelos's Puppets Spring Summer 2018
Miu Miu Fall\Winter 2018. She has surprised us with her latest showing for Miu Miu, a romp through 50s/60s surly rockers, with overdrawn eyeliner, ratted hair and questionable dress sense
How Ugliness and The Grotesque Body have taken over Fashion
Surf, sport, Hawaiian prints and vintage pieces, are the ingredients of this project we cooked up with Luca De Ovidiis, longtime Roberto Cavalli collaborator
Andrea Crews Spring Summer 2018 special
‘Identities of postmodern men and women remain, like the identities of their ancestors, human-made. But no longer do they need to be meticulously designed, carefully built and rock-solid'
Gosha Rubchinskiy brings back Kappa to the fashion and sportswear most wanted list
What is Camp? What was Camp? Is Camp mere marketing means? Some interesting thoughts on Camp by Riccardo Slavick