“In 2018, we need more than just classical notions around what constitutes culture to show where we are today. Sneakers, records skateboards, T-shirts — all these everyday items first appropriated by brands like Supreme and now, in turn, being appropriated by high culture, music and fashion players — are becoming major social markers. (more…)
I’m currently trying to have a mammoth declutter. I’ve been in my house for eleven years and amassed a ton of stuff that I don’t really need or use. Admittedly, part of the appeal of going back to zero is the temptation to start acquiring things again. But useful things. Timeless things. Things like the kind of wares sold at Lennox & Harvey, a ‘contemporary general store’ just opened in Martha’s Vineyard.
I don’t know what I love more – Dior’s fantastical Cruise 2019 Toile de Jouy coats or Jamie Stoker’s fantastic backstage pictures. He has become one of my favourite fashion week photographers, delicately capturing the proceedings on analogue film.
Another week, another 70s-80s counter culture documentary. This time it’s Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat, a very inspiring snapshot of the early 80s New York art scene, looking at the community of artists, writers, musicians and graffiti artists around the rise of Jean-Michel Basquiat. (more…)