“I rebel, therefore I exist.” At the core of the anti-fashion movement of the 1990s was this intellectual approach to fashion, a rebellion against the establishment of the status quo and the existing orders and structures of the fashion world.
Oliver Zahm was known for his visceral photographic style, approaching art, fashion, and sex with a blend of the rawness and elegance.
An interview with grey93
Helmut Lang in 90's
What does it mean to designer in the new industrial age, where the defining borders between artifice and human are becoming more and more difficult to identify?
017 Feature: Paris Please
Inspired by European charm, sophistication, conversation and modernity, the clothing reflects the nonchalant elegance the French designers drew their inspiration from
The Work of Michelangelo Pistoletto
An Italian painter, object artist and theorist.
017 Feature: Our Fall Winter 2016 Editorial
Our Fall/ Winter 2016 Editorial featuring looks from Harmony, Carven, CMMN SWDN, & Helmut Lang
The Work of David Rudnick
David Rudnick makes art for a time where modern life increasingly feels like a surreal nightmare. As society marches towards to path of controlled globalization, the mechanisms of how society reproduces itself are both increasingly alien and secretive.
As an observer of social and physical patterns, Sonne has used this information to express and highlight these contradictions in his work to challenge the audience on both an intellectual and physical level.
017 Feature: Etudes FW16
Headed by artist Aurélien Arbet and graphic designer Jérémie Egry, Etudes’ Fall Winter 2016 collection is a celebration of army surplus formed in unison with the rebellious underground movement.
Paris Buying Trip for SS17
Ever wonder what your childhood entertainment would look like if it met your teenage years? An interesting mixture of things that probably shouldn't go together. This is a blog we look at when we feel uninspired or just want to see the magical secrets of Walt Disney.
The Work of Charles Petillon
Juergen Teller & Helmut Lang