In our exclusive portfolio of Scandinavian designers, photographer duo Bjarne x Takata and stylist Oscar Lange spotlight a rising crop of new talents rewriting the region’s classic minimalist æsthetic.
Our annual selection of gifts for you and yours, including everything you can imagine from a silk toothbrush on up to your own private island.
Artist-slash-model Jane Moseley mixes high and low on laundry day in our latest fashion feature photographed by Lorenz Schmidl and styled by Esther Matilla.
A new laundromat in Williamsburg aims to elevate an everyday task with a cafe, healthy and organic detergents, and clean design.
The new accessories line from Swedish designer Matilda Venczel combines luxurious materials and intricate craftsmanship with clean minimalist design and a natural æsthetic.
The Berlin-based design duo bring a raw-edged ruggedness to couture-quality constructions and uncover the fantasy within the mundanity of everyday life.
For the young London-based designer, supersaturated colors and exaggerated silhouettes help give shape to designs that combine creative resourcefulness with artisanal and sustainable processes.
Fall’s sharp shapes and clean lines play off of the stark Brutalist architecture of the Bronx Community College in John Guerrero and Katelyn Gray’s editorial from our new issue, starring Charlee Fraser.
With his new eponymous menswear line, the Italian designer pursues his own conscientious vision, combining luxurious fabrics, loose silhouettes, and his love of the local wildlife near his home just outside Florence.
Othilia Simon layers up in leather and mesh as summer turns to autumn in a fashion feature from our Fall 2017 issue by Dan Martensen and Clare Richardson.