Fashion & Art, features

End Non-Binary Fashion, We Need to Degender All Clothing

Non-binary fashion icon and creator Radam Ridwan challenges the notion of static non-binary clothing, letting us know that there is not one singular way how an individual can look non-binary, nor is there a uniform universal non-binary style, sharing how we should focus our efforts on degendering all fashion. I am now an extremely chic […]

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Fashion & Art, features

Non-Binary Upcycled Fashion in ‘Earthly Identities’

In her collection, Melisa Minca takes upcycled clothing to transform bodies and make bold statements about our desires through non-binary fashion. These characteristics find their origin in the Garden of Eden where the binary roles for sex, gender and power became defined. Here, in this series, the Garden of Eden has been rediscovered and in […]

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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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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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