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Document No.76—Narcissister, in conversation with Peaches

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Musician Peaches and performance artist Narcissister couldn’t care less whether you think their work is vulgar, revelatory or both. Both feminists in their own right, the women shock audiences with their provocative, in-your-face theatrics. The two talk about vaginas, onstage antics, and the challenges of being a woman artist. Peaches—I think the first time we […]

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interview by peaches photography by mark abrahams fashion editor catherine newell-hanson

Exclusive Video—“White Paintings” by Collier Schorr

In Collier Schorr’s exclusive video, White Paintings, the artist explores the relationship between black and white stills with color motion film. The result is a provocative expression of the idea of dress itself and a closer examination of the often-inevitable act of dressing and undressing.

A first by Cartier—The Diver Watch, Calibre de Cartier

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Embracing extreme conditions, Cartier introduces it’s first ever Dive watch, matched to withstand up to 300 meters of water while still maintaining it’s sleek and luxurious everyday appeal. Available in both all gold, or pink gold bound to a leather strap, this self winding machine graces masculinity with craftsmanship, luxury, style, and functionality; the Calibre […]

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Photography by Victor Prado Text by Ronald Burton

Document No. 54—“I’m always pushing the envelope.”—Future, in conversation with Italo Zucchelli

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Although music and fashion share the capacity for self-expression and the ability to affect one’s mood, they are two vastly different creative outlets. Italo Zucchelli, the men’s creative director for Calvin Klein Collection, discusses the relationship between sound and style with musician Future. NICHOLAS—Let’s start by talking about how music intersects with fashion. ZUCCHELLI—I think […]

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Moderated by Nicholas Weist Photography by Mark Abrahams Fashion Editor Catherine Newell-Hanson

Document No. 48—Comb Master Didier Malige by Joe McKenna

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Hailed as a “hair visionary” by the New York Times, hair stylist Didier Malige’s career spans five decades, beginning with an apprenticeship at the iconic Parisian salon Carita. Malige’s portfolio includes collaborations with fashion’s most famed photographers, including Bruce Weber, Helmut Newton, Guy Bourdin, Patrick Demarchelier, Annie Leibovitz, and Bob Richardson, and labels like Saint […]

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Photography by Mark Abrahams Fashion Editor Catherine Newell-Hanson
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