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    Editorial: ‘Body Digging’

    Russian-based photographer Sasha Chaika and stylist Marie Golubeva take inspiration from gendered stereotypes in fashion to create a story that satirizes a common view of masculinity, transforming it into a hazy dream.

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    Rona Yefman’s ‘Let It Bleed’: A Review

    Kenta Murakami reviews artist Rona Yefman’s new book, ‘Let It Bleed’, in which the artist explores the complicated link between siblings, captures the journey of a transition, and creates a portrait of Israeli youth.

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    Michael Domitrovich, A Most Edible Spirit

    We chat with seeker/healer/chef/playwright Michael Domitrovich about everything from spirituality and healing to identity and self-acceptance!

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    Your New Friends: Los Angeles

    For this installment of Your New Friends, we enlist the help of Los Angeles based artists to see what this generation wants from life, fashion, and love. Photographed by Logan White, and styled by Christopher Argodale.

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    Artist Interview: Chris Berntsen

    We chat with photographer Chris Berntsen about art practice within queer communities, and he shares with us imagery from his new series, “Twilight Children”.


    Your New Friends : Austin

    YDY met up with some new friends in Austin to find out how they feel about life, fashion, art and other fun stuff!


    Meet Kendyl Noor Aurora, The Tattooed Hijabi

    We chat with Kendyl Noor Aurora about her alternative approach to Islam, including ideas of halal beauty, sexuality, race, misrepresentation in the media, and how to persevere.


    Editorial: Reach for the Stars

    For this new editorial, stylist Rachel Donelan takes inspiration from the relentless dedication to dressing up that is so easily spotted in New York City. There is power in dressing with friends and going out together–whether it’s to a party or to get a bodega sandwich at 3pm, its a transformative experience wrought with power.


    The Selfie Toaster

    We teamed up with JAG Models–the first non-sized modeling agency–and the Burnt Impressions Toaster to make an important and timely statement: you can make toast with a photo of yourself on it! Editorial by David Brandon Geeting, Film by the Wenck Brothers.


    What is Sample Size?

    Even with the increase in body acceptance, thin models still dominate the high fashion runways. The “sample size” body is still an industry standard, a far cry from 67% of US women who wear a size 14 or larger. Fashion writer Liz Black shows the jarring dichotomy of the average woman’s body attempting to breach those sample size garments, reminiscent to how the plus-size movement is attempting to breach the fashion industry today.


    No Sesso, the Fashion House Embracing Fluidity In a Big Way

    Take a look at the LA-based label’s Autumn 2016 collection, exclusively on YDY. Designer Pierre Davis teams up with artist Hobbes Ginsberg to photograph the new collection, and explains the relationship between the clothing and the body.


    New York Men’s Week: Gypsy Sport

    One of the highlights of New York Men’s Fashion week was the Gypsy Sport show–Taylore Scarabelli covered the newest collection from the brand combining arthouse with athletics.

    Designer Spotlight

    Designer Spotlight: Lou Dallas

    Olimpia Dior shoots a colorful cast in the colorful designs from Lou Dallas, a brand with a profound sense of artistry and inclusiveness, started by NYC creative Rafaella.


    Fashion: Cool Summer

    Fashion in the summer months can be a chore. A sweaty, dirty, discouraging chore! In this editorial, Shriya Samavai and Coco Romack show us you can stay cool and still look cool. Take a lil peek!




    The Tii Garden

    Sheridan Flamengo shoots Tii Hosking spending a day romping about in the garden wearing Marques Almedia, Moses Gauntlett Cheng, and more!


    Spanx Reimagined

    The ever-popular accessory used to shape and hide parts of the body is envisioned here as a garment. Something you can create a look with. Make an outfit out of Spanx and see what happens–we dare you.


    Authority Figure: A Review

    Kenta Murakami reviews the massive performance piece orchestrated by Monica Mirabile and Sarah Kinlaw that took place in May at the Knockdown Center in Brooklyn. Time may have passed since the performance took place, but the issues represented are timelessly important and ever-relevant.


    All Ages Welcome

    For our third collaboration with Opening Ceremony, we take a visit to the nation’s first LGBTQ senior center. And let’s just say we didn’t want to leave.

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