Fashion & Art, shoots

XVÑERAS: Celebrating Independence in Mexico

XVÑERAS was inspired by September in Mexico, the month that marks Independence Day (Día de la Independencia). It is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the “cry of independence” that took place on September 16, 1810, which started a revolt against the Spaniards. It follows from the day of the Cry of Dolores (El Grito de Dolores), a historical […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Wedlock: Dark Fairytales & Misunderstood Beauty

“The trouble with Wedlock is there’s not enough wed and too much lock.” Finding inspiration in the original dark fairytales of the Brother’s Grimm, alongside the misunderstood beauty of bondage, dripping in Alabama Blonde’s wedding party inspired latex, came Wedlock. Unsubscribing to Disney and embracing to the of the beauty of breaking free, of exploring […]

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features, Lifestyle

Lucha Vavoom: An Addictive Circus of Visual Feasts

Costumed bodies catapulting through the air, jaw-dropping aerial aerobics, and hilarious antics within the boxing ring were all complete with a high octane energy that no Pentecostal church could match, as the audience obediently answered the host’s call of LUCHA with VAVOOM. Yes, welcome to Lucha Vavoom, one of the wildest, most ridiculously entertaining experiences […]

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Fashion & Art, features

Oakland Artists in Conversation: Santana Bellas and Summer Mason

An intimate artists-in-conversation piece between two black gay and queer creatives from Oakland, CA. This project shows the photographer Santana Bellas and filmmaker Summer Mason documenting their fun and carefree personalities while openly engaging in a back and forth conversation. Summer interviews Santana Street hot dog or taco truck burrito? And why? I would have […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

BloodLust: Otherworldly Creatures Meet the Modern World

Just in time for Halloween, Bloodlust explores the themes of beauty, hunger, desire, lust and the search for something beyond your grasp. Inspired by the movie “The Lost Boys” this editorial shows the contrast of being an otherworldly creature in a human entertainment centre. How the simple joys of human past-times have no effect on a […]

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Fashion & Art, features

Lordele: Sustainability and Non-Binary Fashion

Models lounge freely in high heels and loose coats, blending naturally into the piles of plastic and crates of glass bottles. Bright reds and yellows are the motifs of Lordele’s third collection, and the speckles of colors decorate the model’s bodies as shoes, skirts, leggings and hats. The recycling plant is simultaneously structured and chaotic, […]

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Music & Film, stories

Meet Milan Ring: Ascending Future-Soul Songstress

Merging melancholy moodiness with upbeat tones, Sydney-based musician Milan Ring is haunting us with her ethereal sounds that transcend the present reality. Her tracks are laced with layers of meaning from the neo-soul ‘Obscured’, which delves into the concept of heritage displacement from her father’s point of view, to her latest track ‘Drifting’, a smooth […]

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