Daniel Lee is leaving Bottega Veneta

After three years at the helm of Bottega Veneta, Daniel Lee is leaving. “Bottega Veneta and Daniel Lee announce their joint decision to end their collaboration,” a statement from the label begins, “he brought new energy to the House and greatly contributed to the new momentum that Bottega Veneta is enjoying today.” Since joining in 2018, the designer,…

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Slayyyter & Big Freedia Are Sick of Stupid Boys

Hyper-pop queen and sex-positive icon Slayyyter makes her return to the dancefloor her new single, a collaboration with rapper Big Freedia titled ‘Stupid Boy’. Released yesterday (November 5), ‘Stupid Boy’ dropped with distortedly kitsch visuals that pair with the raunchy elements of the track. Watch the official lyric video, directed by SLEEPxTITE and featuring both…

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Balenciaga’s Robot Reckoning

Existential anxieties bubble over in Balenciaga’s latest SS22 campaign, replete with cybernetic face coverings, exoskeleton suits, and Matrix-esque headpieces designed by Ikeuchi Hiroto. Bearing in mind, it’s certainly not the first time that Demna Gvasalia has prophesied doomsday, the designer oft sends post-apocalyptic garb down water-soaked catwalks recruiting deep fake news anchors to present TV…

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Wavelength

Film has a tendency to compress time. In all of the frantic and jagged cuts and perspectives of cinema, its multiplicities suggest and allow for the illusion of a time-elapsed in much greater length than the average running time of a film. But subtract these multiple perspectives from the medium and one is left with…

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Milan S/S 22′

Lucie and Luke Meier’s Jil Sander collection show during Milan Fashion Week this season was described by the designers as “about embracing a positive future.” The same could arguably be said for the vibe that swept the runways this past week in Italy’s fashion capital. Following the general tumult of the past few seasons, and…

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A Conversation between Sheila Nadimi & Brent Cleveland

Brent Cleveland and Sheila Nadimi, two artists living and working in Montreal, are both perhaps emblematic of the city’s propensity toward the avant-garde. Nadimi, working in a variety of media, is driven by an interest in the inherent properties of materiality and the relationship between ideas and materials. Her paintings, adhering to a commitment to…

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March Mix

Spring fever is in the air. Indulge in these shimmering electronic bangers to ring in the equinox, and make your living room a discotheque, if only for an evening. Cody is the Editor in Chief and senior contributor at liminul. He is a photography aficionado, fashion enthusiast, avid Lana Del Rey fan, and lover of all…

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Ava Margueritte’s One Mile

Canadian photographer Ava Margueritte explores different narratives to document physical reactions to other emotional states. Absorbing her surroundings, Margueritte’s placid and contemplative work evaluates the connection between body and mind. “My whole life, I have been trying to forget the only world I know, wondering if there is a place for me to exist. There…

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Louis Vuitton Menswear Fall 2021

Wardrobe staples like business suits, denim jackets, and duster coats, elongated, stretched and exaggerated formed the basis of Virgil Abloh’s Fall 2021 Menswear lineup for Louis Vuitton. Originally designed to be performed live, the show was filmed without guests due to ongoing restrictions designed to curb the spread of COVID-19. Familiar silhouettes were amplified and…

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