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  • 9 Artists Exploring Queer Fashion in Italy

    Photographed and styled by Central Saint Martins graduate Gianfranco Colla, this project examines the state of queer living, in and out of the realm of fashion, from the point of view of 9 young Italians.

  • In Conversation with Blythe Marks

    Artist Blythe Marks shares with us a bit about the intimacy of photography, growing up on the internet, living in the desert, and more.

  • Video Premiere: ‘Watch Her Dance’ by N-A-R-C

    Watch the exclusive premiere of “Watch Her Dance”, the winding new video from N-A-R-C starring Cheeky Maa & Nar.

  • The Boy Bra Bunch

    Because underwear is outerwear, too! As the no-bra trend takes off in the land of “womenswear,” we teamed up once again with Cakeboy Magazine and asked three of our favorite babes to model the latest in négligée for those whose bust size is, shall we say, negligible at best.

  • Culture

    Meet Your New Friends: Miami

    Meet six creatives breathing new life into the magic city–from designers to performers, see how they’re making Miami their own and how they want to change the world.


    The Women’s March on Washington D.C.

    Photographer Tayler Smith captures moments from the peacefully energetic and overflowing crowd of a million in attendance for the Women’s March on D.C.–and even sheds light on the not-so-positive energies that lurked around the capitol that day.


    The Character Studies of Vilda & Renee

    NYC artists and partners Vilda & Renee give us an in-depth look at their expansive collaborative effort, wherein they satirically exploit some typically vulnerable flawed human traits in attempt to desensitize them in a way.


    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.


    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.


    The ACC: NYC’s Latest Creative Collective Taking the City by Storm?

    Stacy Kranitz follows The ACC collective around NYC to catch a glimpse of their rambunctious troupe, and we find out what draws them to New York, how their ideas of fashion are different than others, and what they want in the future. Text by Taylore Scarbelli.


    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.


    Cakes Da Killa Makes Music to Empower & Embolden

    The effervescent artist talks new album ‘Hedonism’, pop culture and the gay musician, and learning to love yourself. Photos by Myla Dalbesio, styled by Shea Daspin, with Text by Taylore Scarabelli,


    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!


    Pro Makeup Tips That’ll Leave Him Wanting More

    We teamed up with Cakeboy Magazine + artist Marcelo Gutierrez to bring you 3 step-by-step makeup tutorials, perfect for anyone looking to begin their makeup journey!


    My Friend Ned: South Africa’s First Modeling Agency with a Non-Binary Division

    Get to know the muses and philosophy behind this revolutionary Cape Town agency.


    Does the Media Have It Out for Female Athletes?

    The biased visibility of female athletes in the media is dissected and argued against in this in-depth exploration by Lyne Lucien into one of the largely overlooked areas of workplace inequality and sexualized stereotyping in the country.


    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.


    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.


    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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