An exclusive portfolio of behind-the-scenes images from the collections of A Magazine Curated By guest-curators Iris Van Herpen, Thom Browne and Giambattista Valli.
One to make at home
A step-by-step guide to making your own Martin Margiela sock sweater as instructed by Martin Margiela
“The past is what bonds us, the future leads us.” A Magazine N°1 Curated by Maison Martin Margiela, published in 2004, gathered the testimonies and work of close friends of the House. Using white – a Margiela signature – as a common thread of the stories told, this issue closed with a DIY tutorial by Martin Margiela himself. In “One to make at home,” the designer guides the reader through a step-by-step process to making their own Margiela sock sweater using 8 pairs of white socks.
Sixteen years later, we take a look back at this archive that feels as contemporary as ever.
At The Renaissance Society, Chicago, an untitled exhibition curated by the artist Shahryar Nashat and writer & curator Bruce Hainley simultaneously investigates the enigmatic relationships between image, perception, and the human body as a living or undead currency.
The 25th issue of has been guest edited by Chitose Abe of the Japanese cult label sacai. As the first Japanese woman to curate an issue, Abe has called upon her inner circle of friends, family and artistic collaborators to contribute cultural and creative content across the 200 page magazine.