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Pose, Puzzle, and Shifting Perception

28/11/2020 design & fashion visual culture

Pose, Puzzle, and Shifting Perception

"Although my work is dark and serious, there is a childish, playful naivety and innocence about it," explains Alma Haser, whose body of work thrives inside the subjunctive imagination. A photographer by trade, her cubist forms with kaleidoscope of origami shift the nature balances of perception and identity. Delve into collage and a Netflix wonder.

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The Oldest Perfumery in Delhi

21/11/2020 design & fashion

The Oldest Perfumery in Delhi

Nestled in one of the busiest markets in old Delhi, in the Chandni Chowk area, a lively hub where bedazzled saris and elaborate lehenga cholis adorn the window displays of hundreds of boutiques, you'll find the Dariba Kalan bazaar.
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How Japan’s First Sports Car Became A Sean Connery Classic

12/11/2020 design & fashion

How Japan’s First Sports Car Became A Sean Connery Classic

The Toyota 2000GT Coupe arose from a nation whose “Made in Japan” label was, at the time, the punch line of a joke. Is it in a car’s technical achievements? The 2000GT’s inline-six engine, as well as independent suspension, disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, were then-exotic features we take for granted today.
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A Father-Son Duo Explore Their Hometown

11/11/2020 design & fashion Escape

A Father-Son Duo Explore Their Hometown

Sometimes being a tourist in your own hometown is the most rewarding adventure, especially as a family while teaching children the history of the place they call 'home.' Virgil Nicholas, a Copenhagen-based fashion consultant and entrepreneur, talks us through his adventures with two-year-old Vinny.
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The Abstract Reality of a Pandemic

10/11/2020 design & fashion

The Abstract Reality of A Pandemic

Glaring at the world with a throbbing, starved desire, the occurrences of 2020 swooped up the world in its path. Looming news began to muster feelings of anguish, but Zoë van Dijk's delicate depictions have been a soft melody in the streamlet of sorrow.
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From Artisanal to Artful

03/11/2020 design & fashion

From Artisanal to Artful

The role of “heritage” has become provenance—a reputation built on consistently good products. As luxury and streetwear learn from each other, the latter’s penchant for graphic sportswear is elevated through high-end artist collaborations, turning bags, T-shirts, hoodies, and more into pieces of wearable art. Highsnobiety contributor Brian Trunzo on the thin, definitive crossroads of fashion and art.
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