Category Archives: Issue 03

Takashi Nishiyama talks to Filep Motwary

Photography by Genevieve Majari Takashi Nishiyama, a 23-year-old designer inspired by computer games and monsters, is the winner of this year’s ITS competition: a seal of approval bestowed by judges including Viktor & Rolf and John Galliano. Nishiyma’s collection features … Continue reading

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Walter Pfeiffer talks to Filep Motwary

Walter Pfeiffer has been making pictures since the early 1970s. His photographs and short films evoke both the glamour and the grit of hedonistic youth. His influence is seen in the work of photographers like Juergen Teller and Wolfgang Tillmans, … Continue reading

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Rei Kawakubo talks to Angelo Flaccavento

Photography by Vassilis Karidis Rei Kawakubo is, without a doubt, the high priestess of the avant-garde, and Comme des Garçons is the cult she has created. Not only does she possess a religious following and a body of work that … Continue reading

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Yohji Yamamoto talks to Filep Motwary

Photography by Vassilis Karidis The legendary, and legendarily private, Yohji Yamamoto has recently surprised his fans by publishing a biography. It was co-written by a longtime Yamamoto collaborator, Ai Mitsuda; spanning memoir, fiction and philosophy, it is both more abstract … Continue reading

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Vital Shock of the Happy Accident

In Dapper Dan’s third issue, Angelo Flaccavento studies the cult of Rei Kawakubo; legendary designer Yohji Yamamoto pulls a bomb from his heart; Berlin-based artist Christopher Kline guides us through the stations of a snakebraid; Thomas Eberwein and Jerome Rigaud … Continue reading

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Issue 03 On Press

 Photography by Emily Moore Featuring, among others, interviews by Rei Kawakubo, Yohji Yamamoto, Umit Benan and Walter Pfeiffer, Dapper Dan’s third issue will hit the newsstands across Europe by the end of March, with the rest of the world to follow.

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