A new photography tome charts 70 years of millinery at the house of Dior, from Christian’s own illustrations to the fantasy creations of A Magazine N°12 curator Stephen Jones – house milliner since 1996.
The Italian photographer discusses his ephemeral billboard exhibition in the streets of Milan: an archival project that found new context after legal confinement across Europe.
A Magazine Curated By presents 1 of 1000 off-site installations of ‘Untitled’ (Fortune Cookie Corner) by Felix Gonzalez-Torres in Paris, France.
A pair of visual portfolios documenting protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in Paris, France and Los Angeles, USA.
An interview with curator Myriam Ben Salah on the occasion of Gucci’s first contemporary art exhibition at the Daelim Museum in Seoul, bringing together independent Korean art spaces and international artists to respond to questions of togetherness, identity and utopias.
Designer Michelle Elie’s presents her Comme des Garçons archive for the exhibition ‘Life Doesn’t Frighten Me, Michelle Elie wears Comme des Garçons’ at the Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt.
A Magazine N°21 Curated By Lucie and Luke Meier is a call for reflection and an open dialogue on the dualities of the theme HUMAN NATURE / MOTHER NATURE.
An investigation into the fashion & luxury industries’ garment shredding practices inside A Magazine N°17 Curated By Eckhaus Latta.
In the second of a series of A Magazine A/rchive studies, the Paris-based creative director Federico Nessi delves into A Magazine N°1 Curated By Maison Martin Margiela by revisiting the work of Margiela’s close collaborators and creatives through the years.
In his famous 1961 statement, “I Am For…”, written as part of the catalogue of the ‘Environments, Situations, Spaces’ group exhibition at Martha Jackson Gallery, American sculptor Claes Oldenburg delivered a powerful reflection on the early days of Pop Art.
A ‘how-to’ guide to making a sweater out of your own socks, from inside A Magazine N°1 Curated By Maison Martin Margiela, 2004.
Benedetta Piccioli in conversation with Pat McGrath in A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli
The process behind creating A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli in Rome, Nettuno and Paris, in a short film by Alexander Silberstein.
An audiovisual study of Olivier Saillard’s 2005 essay ‘Masks Do Have A Face’ by Paris-based creative director Federico Nessi – the first in a digital A/rchive series.
Inside A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli, an insight into the Valentino Haute Couture ateliers as they construct a bow-covered silk cape for the Beijing Daydream fashion show in Beijing, China.
A couture story by Valentino model and friend Mariacarla Boscono, from A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli.
Text and photography by Tilda Swinton, from A Magazine N°3 Curated By Haider Ackermann, 2005.
Musings on the work of Charles H. Traub by Luigi Ballerini inside A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli.