events, Fashion & Art

Gypsy Sport 2020: Fearless Tropical Street Tribe

Gypsy Sport 2020: At 5pm on Monday, September 9th Rio Uribe’s distinctly tropical tribe of spring 2020 began slowly spilling out onto Canal Street. The group possessed an earthly yet alien-esque presence which became infectious to any passer-by who came in contact with the group. Dripping in animal prints, glittered body paint, bold tropical motifs […]

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Fashion & Art, features

Crafting Recycled Metal into Works of Art with Santana

Oakland based visual artist Santana Bellas has evolved from a designer/photographer to full on craftsman. Santana’s new journey shows us that what may seem like a setback can actually open up to a whole new creative world. Join us as he takes us through his own soul cleansing process of jewelry making. Since I’ve known […]

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Music & Film, stories

L’un et L’autre (The One & The Other): A Search For Identity

“L’un et L’autre” (The One & The Other) takes us on a wondrous journey of self-exploration. Sailing deep into forgotten emotions, in search for identity.  A collaboration project between Diana Law Printed Accessories and h7o7Films, the film examines one’s true self against public opinion and the pressure to conform to society’s rigid guidelines of gender […]

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Fashion & Art, features

Power Dressing with The Black Market x Melisa Minca

The evolution of women in the workforce peaked during World War II. Working women were everywhere: steering the wheels of trucks, welding metal parts for war machines, and completing labor-intensive tasks in factories. Like any job, it came with challenges such as dealing with the male gaze and negotiating pay. And a huge part of […]

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events, Fashion & Art

No Fixed Shape: Transcending the Physical Form

Willem Worldwide takes pleasure in creating individual pieces that serve propose in representing the identity of others. Their practice is based on materiality, a response to materiality and a dedication to how sustainable materials can be repurposed into new structures. Willem Worldwide is the armour for the other, the discarded body finding its identity again […]

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events, Fashion & Art

Sav Noir GUCCI GOTH: Diversity, Vibrance & Alt Love

On a fashionably chilly night in Los Angeles, Sav Noir presented their GUCCI GOTH collection, a challenge to the typical Gucci runway, one that was replaced with a fabulously diverse cast of alternative, POC, queer and genderfluid models. A mix-up to their past collections, which have been defined by a purely monochrome colour scheme of […]

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Music & Film, shoots

MRK EP ‘Tears’ Reveals A Raw Femme Multisensory Narrative

With a long memory of singing, audio engineering and heartbreak, Madison René Knapp began writing for her current solo project MRK in 2012. VICE has crowned her style with the following hypothesis: “If Kate Bush was David Byrne’s conjoined twin and the siblings raised themselves on an abandoned desert island by reciting show tunes to one another, the […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Nobody’s Clown: Gender Bending

‘Nobody’s Clown’ is a play on the interpretation of masculinity where gender bends and uses hues to make a statement. Vibrant, bold and handsome men can take on any fashion brought their way. Credits Photographer: Ronald Flowers @rome_god Stylist: Steve Gatez @stevie.gatez Make-up Artist: Tahira Ahmad @tahira_ahmad Model: Jalen Domonique @jalen.xx

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Fashion & Art, shoots

Subject to Change: Rebirth and Renewal

In these images I wanted to show a sense of ongoing duality and attempt to paint a picture of a person escaping their “darker” side. Although I am not religious as an adult, I was raised in Catholic schools throughout sections of my schooling, and the imagery has stayed with me in its own way. […]

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Fashion & Art, shoots

War Cry: A Declaration Against Our Inner Demons

‘War Cry’ is an editorial/film that designer Alabama Blonde conceived & executed with “some really beautiful creatives who all had something to scream about because of the on-going and personal battles they face due to their queer identities, being people of colour, being creatives and the pursuit of a creative life – against all odds […]

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