Fashion & Art, shoots

AutoErotic: Self-Love and Exploration of Identity

AutoErotic is a story of self-obsession; an inspiration to be one’s own lover, one’s own drug and one’s own muse. Queer identity, as well as the artist’s identity, is often defined by shame, addiction and self-deprecation. This story is about self-reflection and the deepest love of all; self-love. Tie yourself up, be your own freak. […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Light of Heavy: A Future Impacted by Climate Change

Light of Heavy is photographer Lucy Alcorn’s response to a future impacted by climate change. The editorial “explores the way we are all entangled and intertwined in this issue, with our feelings ranging from apathy and loss to total rejection of the situation. LED lights and electrical cords visually transport us into the future, with […]

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The Fatale: Challenging the Gender Binary of Classic Cinema

‘The Fatale’ recontextualizes 1980s cinema and the archetypal portrayal of the femme fatale. Historically told within a heteronormative narrative driven by a dangerous woman seducing the hero to his downfall, this common film stereotype portrays the femme’s use of unapologetic sexuality as the traits of an unstable character without depth.  However, this film icon can […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Opulence: Exploring the Spectrum of Fetish

‘Opulence’ was shot in a chandelier shop, where the interior exudes abundance, richness, profusion and fullness. Designer Luisa Groß explains how “it emphasizes the variety and spectrum of fetish. I also figured the ‘old world’ kind of bourgeois aesthetic would contrast nicely with the very colourful PVC I am using for my designs. The pieces of this […]

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