For his new Fall/Winter 2013-14 collection, Tom Van der Borght takes a next step in his fast developping fashion career. A vision of apocalyptic gaucho-farmers celebrates yet again an eclectic mix of influences from the four corners of the wind. Inspired by Renaissance-engravings from Albrecht Durer and psychedelic dripping paintings of his own partner, Johannes Obers, the designer creates a new exciting series of handdrawn digital prints, depicting an apocalyptic tree of life and herds of ponies on the run.
Returning to his own childhood, where he imagined to be a horse and ran around for days pony-style, the collection is an ode to those noble creatures. They form a symbol for the end of times as we know them, for a free run into a bright and enlightened future. Van der Borght is back in full force, showing a series of pleated garments, colourfull jacquard knits, rough rope knits, edgy streetwear basics and a series of mindblowing accesories using cablebands as a lead theme. Regular borders between men and women fade away easily, and the collections puts ‘the human’ back in the first place. Art is wearable from now on!
Print All Over Me (PAOM) presents a collaboration between contemporary artists Bruce LaBruce and Damien Blottière, in the creation of an exclusive apparel collection timed to coincide with LaBruce’s solo retrospective show FAGGOTRY at… »
A luxurious update of a Theory classic, this backpack works with any dressed-up or dressed-down look, courtesy of its streamlined construction, minimal exposed hardware and spacious front compartment in shearling.
Louren Groenewald, Oliver Stummvoll, Ryan Tift, Taylor Ashmore and Thorben Gärtner at Kult Model Agency captured by the lens of Oscar Falk and styled by Lars-Fredrik Svedberg, for the latest issue of Kult magazine.
Cover story captured by Matt Irwin and art directed by Nicola Formichetti with actor and singer Olly Alexander, an openly gay singer who doesn’t use ambiguity in his lyrics to make him pass for straight, in order to entice a legion of screaming girls. FY! also analyse various points of view of what an outsider is through editorials, texts and interviews with among others Ahmed Abdelrahman, Demna Gvasalia and Henrik Silvius.