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Loewe Spring 2020, starring Charlie Heaton

Jonathan Anderson’s new menswear campaign for Loewe features  the British star from Stranger Things as photographed by Steven Meisel. The actor is seen dramatically smudging lipstick at a backstage during a moment of introspection before going on stage. “We chose Charlie because we like the way he can morph into different characters,” the creative director…

7 Fashion Icons from the 70s

The 70s might very well be the golden era of fashion! Flared trousers, platform shoes, big sunglasses and colorful, bold patterns mixed with classic pieces made for an adventurous, experimental period where men weren’t afraid to take sartorial risks… 1. Mick Jagger It’s no secret that Mick Jagger’s style is just as impressive as his…

The 16th Istanbul Biennial: The Seventh Continent

The 16th edition of Istanbul Biennial, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, will take place between the 14th of September and the 10th of November at the Shipyard in İstanbul, Pera Museum and Büyükada.  The biennial, which will be held by IKSV and sponsored by Koç Holding, takes its title from the name given to it by…

H&M X Giambattista Valli

The collaboration of the year is here! The fast fashion brand announced its latest designer collaboration with a bang at the Cannes Film Festival! Upon a red carpet debut of its most recent annual high-low offering in the middle of Cannes, H&M assured everyone would be talking about its latest endeavor. Yesterday afternoon at the…

“Replica of the Original” at SALT Beyoğlu

Would you like to witness the evolution of an art piece over time and delve into the new meanings it has gained through interaction with other works and audiences? Curated and prepared by Amira Akbıyıkoğlu “Replica of the Original” comprises of 15 selected pieces hand picked from the collections of Tansa Mermerci Ekşioğlu and Ayşe…

Peacock Room in Blue and White at the Smithsonian

The Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, is finally displaying its Victorian-era Peacock Room as the American artist James McNeill Whistler originally intended it to be seen; a piece of art in itself rather than a backdrop for displays of Asian ceramics. The Peacock Room is one of the most alluring attractions at…

Men in Beauty Advertising

From Freddie Mercury to Adam Lambert men wearing makeup in performance is nothing new and drag culture has long been in existence.  What’s new is seeing men fronting billboards and launching products with their faces on in an industry that is still seen as a predominantly female domain. Ensuing the emergence of male beauty influencers…

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