PHOTOGRAPHER: THOMAS COOKSEY
REALISATION: FRANCK BENHAMOU
MODEL: IMARI KARANJA
PHOTOGRAPHER: TOBY COULSON
REALISATION: ALICE LEFONS WITH LOUIS VUITTON, VERSACE, CARTIER
MODELS: SORAYA MCGINLEY AND MAVIS HYDE
PHOTOGRAPHER: GREG LIN JIAJIE
REALISATION: SAM RANGER WITH LOEWE
MODEL: ELIZA KALLMANN
PHOTOGRAPHER: CAMERON POSTFOROOSH
REALISATION: CHRISTOPHE MAUL WITH GUCCI, GIANVITO ROSSI
MODEL: MAGGIE MAURER
PHOTOGRAPHER: TUNG WALSH
REALISATION: MÉLANIE HUYNH WITH CHANEL
MODEL: SARAH BRANNON
PHOTOGRAPHER: MATTHEW BROOKES
REALISATION: BILL MULLEN WITH PRADA, MIU MIU, ROGER VIVIER
MODELS: HANNAH ELYSE, DIPTI SHARMA
“DISOBEDIENCE, IN THE EYES OF ANY ONE WHO HAS READ HISTORY, IS MAN'S ORIGINAL VIRTUE.
IT IS THROUGH DISOBEDIENCE THAT PROGRESS
HAS BEEN MADE...”
From BDSM nuns photographed in New York City streets by Matthew Brookes, to rebellious family values immortalized by Toby Coulson, disobedience manifests itself through different forms.
Always with style.
Photographes : Thomas Cooksey, Matthew Brookes, Tung Walsh, Toby Coulson, Cameron Postforoosh, Greg Lin Jiajie.
With three short films, director Alexis Langlois has established himself
in the queer movie industry thanks to his team of astounding actresses and an unusual sense of comedy that could possibly change what is expected from indie movies.
Kevin Germanier, whose extravagant garments have already won many celebrities heart, is about to revolutionize the fashion industry
through the use of waste textile upgraded with glitter and crystals.
New star of contemporary dance, Belgian choreographer and dancer Christian Yav has in only a few years time given a quasi-political dimension to body language.
In order to protect our identity and privacy, fashion designers have
decided to block both facial recognition and status monitoring by doing something they are the best at: making clothes.
Singer Lous, along with her Yakuza, promises to reshuffle the cards of the R&B song of 2020. Having already been dealt a hard hand by life, the young Afro-Belgian singer has fought hard to secure her place in the French-speaking music scene.
At 33 years-old, Julien Creuzet is one of the new rising stars of the
contemporary art scene. His work, full of colonial History, which has
been already exhibitied in major events such as FIAC in Paris or Frieze
Art Fair in London, offers a rich and mixed vision of the world that
leaves Western art facing its own ethnocentrism.
At a time when our society is full of tweets and videos of influencers and youtubers, blogging and vlogging has transformed as a form of resistance. The proof: a make-up tutorial that has become a militant tool on the internet.
#MeToo, Panama Papers, NSA, impeachment... This past decade has paced itself at the rhythm of political and societal scandals exposed by whistleblowers. A phenomenon to which the fashion industry, known for its abuses of power, is no exception.
Singer and actress Soko is finally back to music with her third album.
A romantic and reflective opus in which she is finally accepting every emotion. A queer and spiritual rainbow made to be embraced to the fullest.
Publisher & publication manager: Tiziana Humler-Ravera
Editorial & creative directors:
Christian Ravera & Guy Guglieri
Fashion director: Franck Benhamou
Editor-in-chief: Antoine Leclerc-Mougne
Photographers: Matthew Brookes, Thomas Cooksey, Toby Coulson,
Greg Lin Jiajie, Cameron Postforoosh, Tung Walsh, Johnny Kangasniemi, Bojana Tatarska, James Weston
Stylists: Alice Lefons, Mélanie Huynh, Christopher Maul, Bill Mullen,
Gabriella Norberg, Sam Ranger
Journalists: Pierre d’Almeida, Ariel Kenig, Marie Kock, Daniel Hiltgen,
Yelena Moskovitch, Olivier Pellerin, Joy Pinto, Marta Represa, Théo Ribeton, Manon Renault, Olivia Sorrel-Dejerine