inside issue two_
From discarded tents to old newsprint, the (Re)generation deploys a broad range of materials to emerge as leading lights of today’s upcycling movement.
In her styling debut, superstar Binx Walton turns the kaleidoscope on a cohort of New York friends. In partnership with Starhawk Design Studio.
The main driver of our climate crisis, humans hold the key to its resolution. Like the mythological phoenix, Lexi Boling rises from the ashes in upcycled garments that challenge our conceptions of waste and reuse.
Byronesque, an online editorial-based shop for obscure vintage fashion is the ultimate resource for rare 90s runway looks. But it’s not for beginners, and the associations they draw are anything but linear.
Albright Fashion Library is a densely packed trove of clothing, footwear, and accessories. Run by the incomparable Patricia Black, the archive’s creative director, Albright is a veritable kunstkammer, a repository of thirty years of high fashion.
Tumble outta bed, and I stumble to the kitchen. Pour myself a cup of ambition. Jump in the shower and the blood starts pumpin’. Out on the street, the traffic starts jumpin’...Working 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’. — Dolly Parton
Martin Margiela upended fashion’s bloated notions of glamour, its overreliance on newness, and its hierarchical traditions. Cut from the same conceptual cloth, artist Marie Valognes celebrates the humble, everyday matter so revered by fashion’s anti-establishment hero.
From fashion to fetish, historian Ruby Redstone laces into the story of the corset and its sisterhood of underpinnings — and in so doing considers what we’ve lost in our race to abandon the things that once protected us.
Aside from scars, slang and sincerity, the Holy Grail of authenticity might well be the band tee. But where’d you get that merch? Is that a stain on your Red Rocks tank, or did you soak it in a salt bath? Can you name three songs — can you?
A comfortable house, chairs on a porch, a garden in back — the heart resides here. César Buitrago spends a day with artist, dancer, and model Somali Findlay affirming the bonds of friendship, family, and the power of belonging.