Presented at Who’s Next trade show in Paris FADE OUT LABEL’s FW17 collection continues to astonish with eco-sustainable garments between vintage and design.
Feels like global sanity is on hiatus, so our analogue film enthusiast friends at Pairs Project decided to throw a New Wave Post Punk during Paris Fashion Week.
TWINS project by Camper presents a new collaboration, this time with the make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench who has revolutionized the world of makeup and now delves into the world of footwear. After leaving its mark on… »
The images were captured by Gigi on iPhones and digital cameras, giving each shot an immediate intimacy and energy.
VIOLENT SITUATIONS is the first official collection by former Boris Bidjan Saberi & Wood Wood designer, Tobias Birk Nielsen.
“BEAU HOMME is an ongoing dialogue of two designers considering the most effective articulation of the contemporary in a tangible way.”
Marius Lauber AKA Roosevelt released his highly anticipated self-titled debut album via Greco-Roman / City Slang records last year, showcasing Lauber as a fully developed recording artist, with an instinctive synthesis of different soundscapes. From a pinch of French electro pop,… »
Zong, Quincy, Jamie at Known Model Management photographed by Peggy Kuiper and styled by Julia Muller, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.
Francesco Cuizza at Q Models photographed by Fumie Hoppe and styled by Seppe Tirabassi, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.
‘MAN + MACH1N3’ explores the relationship between mankind and technology.
Jhonattan Burjack photographed by Christian Oita and styled by Kamran Rajput, for the Spring 2017 cover story of Wonderland magazine.
Jack Gusmeroli and Liu Hai at SUPA captured by the lens of Drew Shearwood and styled by David James Cochrane, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.
For their SS17 collection “HINTERLAND”, Los Angeles based BRANDBLACK decided to move beyond the usual hardened, very masculine design approach often associated with modern sportswear, and refine the forms by experimenting with softer palettes and loose silhouettes for an almost non-binary result.