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Editorial

Editorial

Temporal Elements

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Temporal Elements

Temporal Elements Dress for now, but think ahead. Our prelude to fall features a dynamic selection, from remastered classics to pieces that will accommodate seasonal transitions to come. Photography Dan McMahon Carina Merino Crewneck Sweater by Acne Studios; Pied De Poule Wool Blazer by Maison Margiela;; Pied De Poule Wool Skirt by Maison Margiela; Manhattan Sneakers by Acne Studios. Henley Tee by La Garconne Moderne; Gathered Gauze Slit Skirt by Raquel Allegra. X Hanes 1950's Boxy Crop Tee by RE/DONE. Lelija Poplin Crop Shirt by Acne Studios; Xael Satin Bias Midi Skirt by Sies Marjan; Manhattan Sneakers by Acne Studios. Silver...

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Voyage — Mexico City

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Voyage — Mexico City

Voyage Mexico City A recent transplant from Joshua Tree, intrepid writer and art critic, Su Wu, set-up home in Mexico City. Here she shares her unearthed treasures. Words by Su Wu Photographs by Su Wu & Sofía Rodríguez Abbud Mexico City’s overhead is scored by power lines, which twine together the buildings and neighborhoods—these constructions of separate space—into one slack gathering. Which is to say this is a city wired for chance meetings; a place at once haphazard and welcoming, of languorous lunches and rotating company. Before I came, I read a stirring endorsement of staying: that poets here were...

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Atelier — HOPE

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Atelier — HOPE

Atelier Frida Bard, head of design at HOPE Words Natalie Shukur Photographs Ivan Trip Taking the reigns from HOPE founders Ann Ringstrand and Stefan Söderber in 2016, Frida Bard continues the Swedish brand’s legacy of thoughtful, everyday tailoring and elevated uniform essentials. Here, she shares her thoughts on staying relevant, the language of clothes, and why unisex dressing is the future of fashion. “Regardless of how you choose to wear it, tailoring is always recognizable. It’s my best kind of power dressing.” Hello Frida, where are you right now and what are you doing? I just came back to the...

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Editorial — Barre Class

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Editorial — Barre Class

Barre Class Graceful silhouettes, soft textures, and elongated lines beckon a new elegance for spring, best expressed through movement. Photography Dan McMahon Stylist Sarah Levett Pleated Trench by Maison Margiela; Classic Long Sleeve Stripe Shirt by Martine Rose; Logo Sweatpants by Vetements; Maceio Slingback Sandals by Jacquemus. Polo Cotton Linen Shirt by MHL by Margaret Howell; Satin Pleated Skirt by Junya Watanabe; Adele Loafer by Sies Marjan. Dobby Stripe Dress by Comme des Garçons; Cylea Logo Printed Tee by Acne Studios. Broad Shirt With Exaggerated Sleeves by Comme des Garçons; Linen Wide Leg Trousers by Aspesi; Heeled Ballet Pumps by Nina...

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Visual Matter — Jane Freilicher

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Visual Matter — Jane Freilicher

Visual Matter Jane Freilicher — A Muse In anticipation of the late artist’s upcoming exhibition of New York paintings, we celebrate a quiet pioneer of the female gaze in contemporary art, herself a muse to many. Words Su Wu Jane Freilicher calls forth a particular gratitude in heartbreak. As in, what a lucky life to move besides so much of what is beautiful and true; to fuel response and maybe to be adored, and yet also (because muses are rarely idiots) to know the difference. After all, the muses since antiquity, their names and recognized talents and even their number,...

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