Unveiling the new Palais Galliera in Paris, ‘Gabrielle Chanel. Manifeste de mode’ is an encyclopaedic look at Chanel through the designs of its illustrious founder.
From Marine Serre to Balenciaga and Rick Owens, fashion designers today are looking at new ways to project their brand identity into our lives and homes. Read more, as Madeleine Holth explores a recent history of ‘fashion furniture’.
Across India, 250 million people are protesting for farmers rights. Indian photographer Bharat Sikka shares his story on the ground from this historical event.
A new book by British photographer David Ellison explores a centuries-old wrestling community that sees outdoor displays of brute strength meet the fragile art of cross-stitch embroidered costumes.
Handicrafts and contemporary works live side-by-side in a radically modern house (turned art & design fair) in New Canaan, Connecticut.
A narration of still life photography at its most personal: objects from the collection of NY-based stylist Haidee Findlay-Levin photographed by Magda Kmiecik.
Jun Takahashi presents his Undercover SS 2021 collection as a six-part narrative, from Picasso’s Blue Period to Patti Smith.
In an elegant apartment-turned-gallery in the centre of Milan, the late Greek gallerist Alexander Iolas is celebrated in a dense, decorative exhibition curated by Francesco Vezzoli.
‘Bustes De Femmes’ examines female portraiture throughout history for the 10th anniversary of Gagosian’s Paris gallery.
A look at the methodology of styling itself, in a visual portfolio by Paris-based stylist Imruh Asha photographed by long-time collaborator Carlijn Jacobs.
A#16 curator Alessandro Michele and American director Gus Van Sant discuss their 7-part series ‘Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended’ before the premiere of GucciFest, a landmark online film festival created by Gucci debuting November 16 – 22, 2020.
Inside A#21, the 3rd generation Japanese-American furniture maker Mira Nakashima discusses her father’s vital legacy – nowhere more present than on their family compound in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
In Tokyo, the Noir by Kei Ninomiya collection for SS21 bristled with botanical textures, crystals, and bows in a subversively feminine exercise of extreme surfaces.
A new photography zine showcases Simone Rocha’s AW 2020 collection in the British countryside.
Reflections from Tokyo: a closer look at the Comme Des Garçons SS21 collection shown at the brand’s Japanese HQ.
A first look inside a new monograph by American-born British artist Jackie Nickerson which delves into subjects of isolation, mass production and waste in contemporary society and their effects on the human psyche. Read an exclusive excerpt from the book’s opening interview here.
Discover the Jil Sander Women’s Spring Summer 2021 collection designed by A#21 curator’s Lucie and Luke Meier through the eyes of Stephen Kidd and Tim Elkaim, with music by Kelsey Lu.
Documentary photographer Winter Vandenbrink trained his zoom lens on Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s Chloé Spring Summer 2021 show in Paris. Discover the visual portfolio alongside 1960’s artworks by sister Corita Kent.