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Editorial: Faith

Artist Richie Moo teams up with photographer Robert Omar Nuñez to create an editorial portraying a non-binary polyamorous relationship tinged with with the emotion of the 1980s.

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Editorial: Raw Synth

A new fashion story from Russian photographer Anya Kislaya brings high drama and and a cinematic insight into role exploration in relationships.

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Editorial: Rainy Day Playground

How to look stylish on the rainiest of days. Photographed by Kristiina Wilson and styled by Rika Watanbe. Click for more.

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Gérald et Fatine: A Trip to Saguenay

Designer Gérald Lajoie of Gérald et Fatine and stylist/photographer Françcois Gravel took a trip together to the Québec town of Saguenay. In a dilapidated church, there were no assigned roles for the pair as they took the opportunity to collaborate in capturing the emotion of the location.

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Editorial: Ground Color

Using ground colors as the base, Photographer Bill Durgin and Stylist Renata Gar explore the boundaries of visual perception around gender norms & the body.

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Editorial: The Art of Staying In

A story for the season of staying indoors, featuring pieces from some of our favorite designers like No Sesso, Hood by Air, and Margiela. Photographs by Cruz Valdez. Styling by Jacorie. Click here for more!

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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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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.

Beauty

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.

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.

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