Ahead of his contribution to the forthcoming issue of Inventory magazine, New York-based photographer Michael James Fox worked with his wife, the stylist Jessica Zamora-Turner, on an editorial featuring a series of looks from the latest Aries collection.
Earlier in the year I had the chance to revisit the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. When I was last there, Richard Serra’s Sight Point (for Leo Castelli) had been dismantled to make way for improvements to the Museumplein. Not this time though; divesting myself of all the baggage that comes with art history, I had one of the most moving experiences I've ever had with a piece of sculpture, contemplating this gargantuan geometric form with fresh eyes.
The influential Japanese magazine, Popeye, celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2016. There aren’t many fashion titles that make it to this landmark, and fewer still that remain relevant to contemporary culture. We had the opportunity to talk to current Editor-in-Chief, Takahiro Kinoshita, about his relationship with the publication, the renewal it received following his arrival in 2012, and what interests him most about the current fashion landscape.
As summer reaches its peak, we worked with London-based photographer Lewis Khan on an editorial featuring light layering and loose fits styled by Gabriel Pluckrose, using a selection of new and archive pieces from Stone Island, Comme des Garçons, Palace, Our Legacy, Prada and Nike, among others.
When it comes to producing technical clothing for the city and the countless considerations involved, few brands succeed in the way that Arc'teryx Veilance does. This season's collection, captured on the streets of New York for our latest online feature, combines innovation and wearability with a well-balanced colour palette.
Kiko Kostadinov began working with Stussy in 2013 when he partnered with SHOWstudio to create a limited range of one of a kind items, reinventing some of the brand's iconic basic logo styles. The concept has evolved since then, and the latest collaborative collection will launch at Dover Street Market New York today: June 4, 2015.
For the eleventh issue of Inventory magazine, I spent a day in Los Angeles with the British artist Oliver Payne. As part of our launch celebrations, Oliver produced a new work, entitled Inventory Eleven, that was first exhibited during of a three-day show at 0fr in Paris.
This is how your eyes work: First, there are rods and cones. The rods give you your soft gaze, your peripheral vision, the unfocused resting state when you see everything and distinguish nothing. If something catches your attention while in your soft gaze the cones focus, a kind of tunnel vision is perceived. Everything fades to background as you study your subject. Unconsciously, you do this all the time.
I visited Hotel Okura for the first time on my last trip to Tokyo in May of 2014. A Japanese friend had suggested I go to see it, since I’d told him I was trying to shoot as much architecture as I could while staying in the city. It looks to me like a simple and sophisticated melody, and shows the perfect confluence between what I imagine are grand American and traditional Japanese notions of space and lighting.