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Not Here

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If you’re in Milan, drop by POMO to see “Dapper Dan: Not Here”, a photographic exhibition from the magazine’s archives. Opening tonight, Monday the 13th January at 18:30 at via Giuseppe Sirtori, 6, Milan. For more info click here

Dapper Dan 08 out soon!

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Dapper Dan 08 is coming out soon featuring, among others, AA Bronson, Aldo Maria Camillo, Consuelo Castiglioni, Simon Costin, Maxine Doyle, Pat Murano and Herbert Huncke. More soon…

Exit Sanity And Insanity

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In Dapper Dan’s seventh issue, the legendary couturier Romeo Gigli emerges from self-imposed exile to share an intimate history of his roller-coaster career; the photographer Harry Peccinotti revisits the heady days around the founding of the iconic 1960s magazine Nova; Angelo Flaccavento peeks inside the personal archive of the pioneering tailoring and textiles master Nino Cerruti; and the Brazilian designer Paula Gerbase explores a utopian future with her new label 1205. We also open our ears to the abrasive, transcendent sounds of Michael Gira’s venerable art-porn-noise collective Swans and Scott Soriano’s underground punk and archival releases as S.S. Records; and our eyes to the existential angst of Aristomenis Theodoropoulos’ acrylics and the glacial beauty of Henning Bock’s landscapes.

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Dapper Dan 07 coming out next week

Dapper Dan 07 features among others, interviews with Romeo Gigli, photographer Harry Peccinotti and Swans leader Michael Gira. More soon.

The Glamour Of The Clandestine

In Dapper Dan’s fifth issue, the media theorist McKenzie Wark dissects the everyday life and glorious times of the Situationists; the visionary designer-turned-artist Helmut Lang talks about his past and future; Eric Isaacson, co-owner of the iconic label Mississippi Records, insists that “it’s still amateur hour round here”; the artist AA Bronson sits down with pirates, Indians, shamans, Nazis, demons and Joseph Beuys; We also visit the engimatic designer Junya Watanabe; the international street-collage gangster Michael Anderson; the charismatic front man Ben Wallers; the quintessential American in Milano, Edward Buchanan; While the writer Angelo Flaccavento muses on presence and absence; and the legendary fashion photographer Hans Feurer talks to Filep Motwary.

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Issue 05 on Press

Photography by Emily Moore

Coming out February 27 in Paris and London, closely followed by the rest of the world, Dapper Dan magazine’s fifth issue features, among others, AA Bronson, Helmut Lang, McKenzie Wark, Ben Wallers and Junya Watanabe. More from our S/S 2012 issue soon.

Entering The Dust Era

In Dapper Dan’s fourth issue, Kris Van Assche outlines the modern man; Ann Demeulemeester proclaims freedom as the biggest luxury; Richard Wirick looks at the new face of superstition; Paolo Roversi finds new ways to tell his story; Robert Rabensteiner recounts tales of lavish adventure and elegant abandon; Philip Aarons confides in AA Bronson about his fascination with now-defunct artist’s publication Semina; Berlin-based typographer duo Jung and Wenig reveal their weird mental processes and the musician Piero Ilov wants to share his latest project with all the humans and the animals on earth.

Dapper Dan 04 is out now in Europe and will be available soon worldwide, at selected newsstands, galleries and fashion boutiques.

Vital Shock of the Happy Accident

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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 discuss the creative potentials of technology; photographers Charlotte Ballesteros and Hubert Marot explore the paradox of beauty; Epic artist Jannis Kounellis declares art a sacrifice; Filep Motwary discovers talent in the work of new designer Takashi Nishiyama; Walter Pfeiffer is having a nice day; Shumon Basar shares an excerpt from his novel-in-progress and Jeff Clarke talks about his polka-dot guitar.

 

Coming out late March 2011, Dapper Dan 03 will be available worldwide at selected newsstands, bookstores and fashion boutiques.

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.

Total Control Of Utter Abandon

More from Dapper Dan 02: Ari Marcopoulos presents a self-portrait with death mask, Dries Van Noten admits he’s a romantic, Kacper Kazprzyk shoots Rick Owens’ autumn/winter 2010 collection, and neon artist Keith Sonnier lights a wire. There’s also fiction from Richard Wirick, an interview with psych-garage legend Jim Sclavunos, a studio visit with Martino Gamper, wearable Braille from Blind Adam, the first-ever retrospective of the out-of-print, cult magazine Kitsch, and Jackie Nickerson’s bold photographic documentation of African farmer fashion. On the cover: the history of the manges, the Greek hash-den wideboys from the 1930s.

Dapper Dan 02 is already out in Paris, and will soon be available worldwide at selected newsstands, bookstores and fashion boutiques. Follow this link for more stockist details.