February Mix

ℑ 𝔩𝔦𝔨𝔢 𝔢𝔩𝔢𝔠𝔱𝔯𝔬 ℑ 𝔩𝔦𝔨𝔢 𝔯𝔢𝔱𝔯𝔬 ℑ 𝔩𝔦𝔨𝔢 𝔤𝔥𝔢𝔱𝔱𝔬 ℌ𝔬𝔲𝔰𝔢 𝔞𝔫𝔡 𝔱𝔢𝔠𝔥𝔫𝔬.

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Nelson Huang’s Enigmatic Portraiture

Toronto photographer Nelson Huang brings a distinctly editorial perspective to his portrait photography, channeling the sophisticated and straightforward whimsy of photographers like Leslie Zhang, Colin Dodgson, and Cho Gi Seok. Projecting a certain air of vulnerability and ease upon his subjects, Zhang’s fashion and beauty work is swathed in vibrant colours accented by warm tones…

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Fall 2021 Menswear

The first menswear shows of Fall 2021 were underway this past week in Paris, offering a glimpse of a post-covid sartorial world (if you’re optimistic). Coalescing classic menswear silhouettes and sharp tailoring with surreal and flamboyant textures and prints, the future of men’s fashion, and fashion, in general, hangs in the balance. Whilst some designers…

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Brendon Burton’s American Poetry

American Poetry is a previously unreleased body of work by photographer Brendon Burton, documenting roadside signage as works of art. Taken over the course of 5 years around the United States, this series is a study on Americana, media culture, and propaganda. These anonymous proclamations in the public space form a loose narrative on the…

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Images of Lockdown

The below images are part of a series of Toronto-based photographer Cody Rooney’s exploration of the desolation of inner-city life during the first wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Shot over the course of March and April 2020, the series depicts the cloistered and barren feeling of impending doom that lingers during times of uncertainty and…

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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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Telfar Dreams

Although 2020 came with a lot of turmoil – it was also the year that Telfar, the New York-based label founded by Telfar Clemens, finally got the recognition it deserved. Going from cult brand to one of fashion’s biggest and most disruptive players – as it staked its place on the industry’s landscape via a unique, redefined vision…

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The Otherwordly Visual Poetry of Guillaume Amat

Guillaume Amat is a french photographer based in Paris whose photographic practice is dedicated to long-term projects which produce distinct photographic narratives. Amat’s Open Fields series depicts reflective surfaces in natural or industrial settings, reflecting their opposing landscapes in an optical illusion which highlights the stark difference between two different worlds. About his ‘Open Fields’…

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The Distorted Surrealist Artwork of Naji Chalhoub

Naji Chalhoub is best known for his affective, scribbled line drawings of seemingly torturous subjects whose hollowed-out eyes, sinister smiles and gaping screams unsettle the viewer. Based out of Lebanon, Chalhoub’s manic penmanship dominates the landscape, where the artist transforms his abstracted lines into gaunt, emaciated and distorted figures. Viewers can find solace in Chalhoub’s work, as…

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