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The Medium Is The Massage

The self-proclaimed “multimedia magazine in a box”, Aspen, lasted just 10 issues, released over seven years, from 1965 to 1971. It was founded by Phyllis Johnson, former editor of Women’s Wear Daily and Advertising Age, and although it was a … Continue reading

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Juergen Teller talks to Filep Motwary

I first met Juergen Teller at a lunch at Café Marly in Paris in 2004. He had recently shot Charlotte Rampling for the new issue of POP magazine, and five minutes later, in walked Miss Rampling herself. I had not … Continue reading

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Texas Is The Reason

Josh T. Pearson looks a lot like Jesus, if Jesus came from Texas. He is a tall, broad-shouldered, magnificently bearded, twill-and-cowboyboot-rocking dead ringer for the Son of God. Some years ago, he was the singer in a band called Lift … Continue reading

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Lucas Ossendrijver: L’etranger

Photography by Vassilis Karidis Lanvin shows are a joy. Everything this venerable French house – pardon, maison – puts its stamp on, from the set to the music to the catering (not to mention the clothes), seems conceived to convey … Continue reading

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Damir Doma talks to Filep Motwary

  Photography by Vassilis Karidis Damir Doma is not famous. He refuses to follow trends and avoids seeking attention for its own sake. Unlike most young, tailoring-obsessed menswear designers working today, Doma sculpts a soft, simple, yet imposing silhouette. More … Continue reading

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Scatter The Germs Of Beautiful

Dapper Dan’s first issue features Josh T. Pearson, among others, interviews by Damir Doma, Lucas Ossendrijver and Juergen Teller. Contributions by Amandine Alessandra, Alexandre Bettler, Jared Buckheister, Lauranne Corneau, Panos Davios, Mara Desipri, Angelo Flaccavento, Laurent Folcher, Dada Ioannides, Yorgos … Continue reading

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