Montreal Photographer Alexis Monet’s ‘Lynn and the Gang’

Montreal photographer Alexis Monet shares his series Lynn and the gang. The editorial balances outspoken style and light-hearted messiness through the collective sense-making of fashion. From rugged edges to celebratory laughter, this story taps into the cool persona of Montreal fashion model Lynn Avedikian. Calm and collected or loud and creative? Pick your poison from Lynn…

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Montreal Designer Gabriel Drolet-Maguire’s Dear Vicky

Montreal designer Gabriel Drolet-Maguire‘s uncanny signature style is about shining a light on aspects of life that normally remain in shadow. A graduate of the Ecole Supérieure de mode de Montréal, since obtaining his bachelor’s degree in fashion design, Drolet-Maguire’s previous collections, SØRRY MØM and HONEYCUM, made for subversive runway shows at the Festival de…

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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. Balenciaga’s robots are dystopia and post-humanism dressed in couture. 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…

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