In the earliest days of Cottweiler , founders Matthew Dainty and Ben Cottrell would debut their collections on Tumblr, selling an extremely limited number of pieces to order. The initial recognition for the brand, therefore, didn’t come from critics, but from the online community who picked up the images, some of which even went viral on the site. Though the duo has held physical runway shows in the nine years since, they’ve often sidestepped conventional fashion week formats, showing previous seasons at places like London’s ICA , The Rambert School of Ballet , and a space 12 floors below a multi-story car park.
Western Avenue through the eyes of Google Street View.
Titanic Quarter Belfast had a problem. For more than three decades stretching from the 1960s into the late ’90s, its international image was almost entirely informed by “The Troubles,” a guerrilla war of sorts, which on the surface seemed to be a quasi-religious clash between Catholics and Protestants – but was actually much more about allegiance to Ireland on one side, loyalty to Britain on another
Vogue India Creative Director: Heidi Volpe Assistant Photo Editor: Jay Modi Photographer: Rohan Hande Prop Stylist: Aditi Dugar Styled by Sage and Saffron Cooked by: Aliakbar Baldiwala and Akshat Agarwal Hand Model: Mythili Zatakia Food Editor: Sonal Ved Heidi: I know you did some research on old master paintings after we discussed the concept for our OTT food shoot. What did you watch and what did you learn? Rohan: I found this video lecture by John Walsh, the Director Emeritus of the J. Paul Getty Museum, L.A
Meryl Streep arrives at my apartment in Greenwich Village, and I am terrified that my doorman will ask her to autograph one of his packages, or demand to know what Robert Redford is really like.
Pants by Calvin Klein Jeans. Shoes (worn throughout) by Nike.
Frances Tulk-Hart Who printed it? Mixam.com Who designed it? I did, it is half the fun of it
Kojey Radical: Can’t Go Back Dancing his way through the darkness, London-born rapper, storyteller and visual artist Kojey Radical releases visceral visuals for poetic new single Can’t Go Back. “This video feels like a return to form for me,” says Radical on his latest music video. “When I went through the darkest parts of my depression I used dance as a sort of healing therapy. I wanted to reflect the joy of losing yourself in a moment and letting everything go.
The Dreamers: Sage Adams The Dreamers profiles women who have imagined their careers into being, usually in opposition to the cultural zeitgeist. In this three-part series, intrepid creatives explain how, by either taking the road less travelled or carving out entirely new paths for themselves, their outward success has transpired from inward imagining
It’s Gemini season, meaning the most extra celebrities are celebrating their sunny days of birth. Drew Barrymore partied on a sailboat with lots of rosé. Peter Dinklage rode a scooter through Brooklyn Heights