Franziska Bachofen-Echt And Her Wild Journey from Vienna To Paris

Interview By Fumiko Imano

Satin for Boys And Girls, Exploring Cross Gender Collections This Season

by Pandora Sykes

Beret And Scarf, A deep Infused Uniform For The Misfit Around

by Julius Canfret

When Women Redefine An Entire Industry Without The Men Noticing It

by Rebecca Voight

Raina Hamner And Her Drastic Survival Methods As An Artist in The Twenty First Century

interview by Lily Rabe

Bending Your Spirit

Within The Realm Of This Inside Body's Energy You Want To Unlock by Jeanne Pesle

Super Vegan Products That Don't Lie

by Alex Soorui

Pasadena, California, A Retreat That Will Make You Change Your Mind About Everything You Think You Know

by Tennessee Thomas

Jennifax And Her Unwillingness To Comply To Society's Vision Of What A Girl Should Be

by Tammie Major-Brook

A Chain Of Thoughts, A trading Of Good Will. What Fashion Should Be Offering Today

by Cécile Bortoletti

Man Vixen, A New Take On Man Pin-Up And How To Redefine The Alpha Male

Essay by Jean-Marc Masala

Discover The New Face In Town : Alina Spatronikov And Her Strive For A Better World

Casting by Annie Wilshaw

A Walk Of One Thousand Words In Paris

by Erika Thormahlen

New Year's Eve Revolution

Vincent was trying to get the Copleys down to the office because Bill Copley had suggested getting a portrait done of his new wife, Marjorie the madam. He suggested it. Bill’s very happy, but she’s gotten him to fire all the servants who were with him before she married him, and it’s all too strange. I hope nothing happens to him.

by Imani Randolph

23 Outfits that Will Make It For A Political Stand

When I was nine or ten, Mother would forbid me to wear at school those acid house badges that I used to find quite elegant, having no idea what they were about. It was my boyfriend, who was then much older (Jean-Charles was eleven or twelve) that was selling them to me and Mother was alarmed we might be involved in a drug dealing business.

by Valentine Fillol-Cordier

A Dried Fruit Plate From Dad

Leith is asking me again for those smiley buttons. She lost one on a coat I offered her a while ago and she’s becoming impatient. It’s not like I’m carrying a stock of those buttons at all time and I’m afraid I might not find the right size within the few that I have left.

by Tom Taylor

The Strange Case Of Mister Mohamed Walli

by Tom Taylor

OUT IN THE STREET

Valentine Fillol-Cordier Portrayed In London By Cécile Bortoletti

WHEN I was nine or ten, Mother would forbid me to wear at school those acid house badges that I used to find quite elegant, having no idea what they were about. It was my boyfriend, who was then much older (Jean-Charles was eleven or twelve) that was selling them to me and Mother was alarmed we might be involved in a drug dealing business. I had to wait 2004 and my first show to put smiley buttons everywhere in my collections.

MOST SHARED THIS WEEK

Gender Studies, Gender Boundaries. Ten Years After The Theory hit Our Modern Culture

by Imani Randolph

Laboratory Rats Are Telling Us Much More About Our Dysfonctional Society Rather Than Science In Itself

by Francis Gartner

New York Story, A Modern Tale About How To Disappear Completely Without Being Noticed

by Mark Krost

SWEET SIXTEEN

Boys From The Shore by Bruno Staub

Selection Of The week

Practice Witchcraft, Destroy Society

14 Rare Fruits From The Organic Garden Of Chef Sakamuto Right In The Middle Of Dublin

South Park's Political Subtext Explained By its Co-Creator Matt Stone

I Have To Work For My Clothing But I'm About To Give Up Everything And Quit Fashion To Explore Something Different

Experimental Cinema In Greece, Europe Crisis Aftermath

Are You Doing Your Fair Share Of The Emotional Labour ?

by Tom Taylor

A BOOK I NEVER MADE

NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 2ND 2006 - Sara once again arrives late to the meeting with Mark Ronson. He has decided to please Tennessee to show us around the mystic recording studio where he made with Amy Winehouse , BACK TO BLACK . They are the Friday nights , confessed Franziska. She used to get ready to go out with her two best friends, whom she always met at the same house. Leith is asking me again for those smiley buttons. She lost one on a coat I offered her a while ago and she’s becoming impatient. It’s not like I’m carrying a stock of those buttons at all time and I’m afraid I might not find the right size within the few that I have left. READ MORE

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Selection Of The week

Franziska Bachofen-Echt And Her Wild Journey from Vienna To Paris

Interview By Fumiko Imano

Satin for Boys And Girls, Exploring Cross Gender Collections This Season

by Pandora Sykes

Beret And Scarf, A deep Infused Uniform For The Misfit Around

by Julius Canfret

When Women Redefine An Entire Industry Without The Men Noticing It

by Rebecca Voight

Raina Hamner And Her Drastic Survival Methods As An Artist in The Twenty First Century

interview by Lily Rabe

Bending Your Spirit

Within The Realm Of This Inside Body's Energy You Want To Unlock by Jeanne Pesle

Super Vegan Products That Don't Lie

by Alex Soorui

Pasadena, California, A Retreat That Will Make You Change Your Mind About Everything You Think You Know

by Tennessee Thomas

Jennifax And Her Unwillingness To Comply To Society's Vision Of What A Girl Should Be

by Tammie Major-Brook

A Chain Of Thoughts, A trading Of Good Will. What Fashion Should Be Offering Today

by Cécile Bortoletti

Man Vixen, A New Take On Man Pin-Up And How To Redefine The Alpha Male

Essay by Jean-Marc Masala

Discover The New Face In Town : Alina Spatronikov And Her Strive For A Better World

Casting by Annie Wilshaw

A Walk Of One Thousand Words In Paris

by Erika Thormahlen

New Year's Eve Revolution

Vincent was trying to get the Copleys down to the office because Bill Copley had suggested getting a portrait done of his new wife, Marjorie the madam. He suggested it. Bill’s very happy, but she’s gotten him to fire all the servants who were with him before she married him, and it’s all too strange. I hope nothing happens to him.

by Imani Randolph

23 Outfits that Will Make It For A Political Stand

When I was nine or ten, Mother would forbid me to wear at school those acid house badges that I used to find quite elegant, having no idea what they were about. It was my boyfriend, who was then much older (Jean-Charles was eleven or twelve) that was selling them to me and Mother was alarmed we might be involved in a drug dealing business.

by Valentine Fillol-Cordier

A Dried Fruit Plate From Dad

Leith is asking me again for those smiley buttons. She lost one on a coat I offered her a while ago and she’s becoming impatient. It’s not like I’m carrying a stock of those buttons at all time and I’m afraid I might not find the right size within the few that I have left.

by Tom Taylor

The Strange Case Of Mister Mohamed Walli

by Tom Taylor

OUT IN THE STREET

Valentine Fillol-Cordier Portrayed In London By Cécile Bortoletti

WHEN I was nine or ten, Mother would forbid me to wear at school those acid house badges that I used to find quite elegant, having no idea what they were about. It was my boyfriend, who was then much older (Jean-Charles was eleven or twelve) that was selling them to me and Mother was alarmed we might be involved in a drug dealing business. I had to wait 2004 and my first show to put smiley buttons everywhere in my collections.

MOST SHARED THIS WEEK

Gender Studies, Gender Boundaries. Ten Years After The Theory hit Our Modern Culture

by Imani Randolph

Laboratory Rats Are Telling Us Much More About Our Dysfonctional Society Rather Than Science In Itself

by Francis Gartner

New York Story, A Modern Tale About How To Disappear Completely Without Being Noticed

by Mark Krost

SWEET SIXTEEN

Boys From The Shore by Bruno Staub

Selection Of The week

Practice Witchcraft, Destroy Society

14 Rare Fruits From The Organic Garden Of Chef Sakamuto Right In The Middle Of Dublin

South Park's Political Subtext Explained By its Co-Creator Matt Stone

I Have To Work For My Clothing But I'm About To Give Up Everything And Quit Fashion To Explore Something Different

Experimental Cinema In Greece, Europe Crisis Aftermath

Are You Doing Your Fair Share Of The Emotional Labour ?

by Tom Taylor

A BOOK I NEVER MADE

NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 2ND 2006 - Sara once again arrives late to the meeting with Mark Ronson. He has decided to please Tennessee to show us around the mystic recording studio where he made with Amy Winehouse , BACK TO BLACK . They are the Friday nights , confessed Franziska. She used to get ready to go out with her two best friends, whom she always met at the same house. Leith is asking me again for those smiley buttons. She lost one on a coat I offered her a while ago and she’s becoming impatient. It’s not like I’m carrying a stock of those buttons at all time and I’m afraid I might not find the right size within the few that I have left. READ MORE

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Selection Of The week