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A look into Cerro Gordo by David Black

David Black (Baltimore, 1980) is not an unknown artist. His name resounds loud and clear both in the current photographic scene, as well as in music. This American photographer and filmmaker has filmed artists such as Kim Gordon, Seu Jorge, Daft Punk, Cat Power, The Roots, and Pharrell Williams. Although his portraits and campaigns are fascinating, […]

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Meg Hewitt: achromatic viscerality

Discovering the work of Australian photographer Meg Hewitt (Sidney, 1973) is like plunging into a vast river that terrifies and attracts you at the same time and which will take you somewhere unknown. Her dark, ruthless and visceral imagery reaches its zenith with the series Tokyo is Yours, now published in a photobook bearing the same […]

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Hayley Eichenbaum’s Lost and Colourful Highway

We hit the road with the photographer Hayley Eichenbaum. We put our foot on the gas and wear the tyres around the United States. Getting lost in the country’s iconic built landscapes feels strangely familiar. But in The Mother Road photo series, this Los Angeles-based artist forces us to change Route 66’s arid terracotta imagery […]

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Wonderful illustrations from Juanjo Villaba to Oliver Peoples

Fashionistas friends! Sunglasses have become the most important item for us this summer. We don’t want to wear just anything, but the fight to reach our Top Ten is getting harder and harder. New competitors have joined the race: Oliver Peoples, Alain Mikli and our beloved Juanjo Villaba. A series of beautiful and delicate drawings […]

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Street Style: Girls, Converse & Brunch In The Park

On Sunday, September 4, we went to Brunch -In the Park with a single objective in addition to dancing, of course –to do some a street style. We met six guests of honor – Miranda Makaroff, Dulceida and her girlfriend Alba, Instagramer Luceral, Anna Ponsa and illustrator Monster Spaghetti on the occasion of the launch […]

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Carla Cascales, the contemporary designer

You may have heard about Carla Cascales before. A self-defined “contemporary designer”, she has been delighting us with her neat, minimalistic aesthetics for quite a while, expressed in different formats and with different purposes (professional and artistic). Her series Etimo has caught our attention as we see it as a singular culmination of a cycle […]

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Agi & Sam collaborate with Lacoste L!VE in a new collection

One of the first firms to launch a 16-17 FW advance was Lacoste L!VE. The French firm presents an excellent capsule collection in collaboration with menswear designers Agi & Sam. Agi & Sam found in Lacoste L!VE the perfect ally to unleash their creativity, and vice versa This incredible creative duo based in London launched […]

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Brixton launches its SS16 hat collection

If there is an accessory that continues to stir passion, that’s definitely the hat, as aesthetic as it is functional—and once indicative of social status—it is a basic and valuable piece in our wardrobe. In some way or another, we all end up having one to protect our heads from the sun or the cold […]

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We go color – swimming with Oysho

After seeing Oysho SS16 Swim Color collection, we haven’t hesitated for a moment it’s time to renew our swimwear. Love at first sight with euforic, tropical and colourful prints Asymmetrical shapes and color are the protagonists of the brand’s new bikinis, swimsuits and trikinis you’ll want to have. Love at first sight for its euphoric prints, […]

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Discover the Paco Pinton Random Memories

Paco Pintón prints part of his vital imagery in his new SS16 Random Memories. As if it were a collage, the designer has chosen references from his memories to give them a new life on clothes, with music idols as the main protagonists. Minimal prints of Elvis, Iggy Pop or The Smiths, among his favourites, are […]

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