issue 17 is out now
‘This issue is for all of those who do have the courage to dream, whose courage translates into vision, and whose vision conquers worlds. Fashion is a universal language.’
STEPHANE ROLLAND: THE NEW IDENTITY COURTS
Master Parisian Couturier Stephane Rolland already plays this role to an extent in the Middle Eastern courts, having built a couture business bigger than Dior’s by empowering public figures, Princesses and Sheikhas, many of them role models.
ANDRES SERRANO: 30 YEARS OF PISS CHRIST
Thirty years since ‘Piss Christ’ set the art world ablaze, Andres Serrano’s graphic imagery continues to ignite relentless intrigue. The New York based photographer’s signature use of controversial subject matter is immediately provocative, never shying away from asking the uncomfortable questions.
AFTER NYNE MEETS SUNDAL ROY
Throughout her ten year career Sundal Roy has become a sought-after face and personality in the fashion industry, from covering Vogue to catwalking across the globe, no rhyme intended, Roy has been active working in a wide range of modelling styles, while doubling as a successful stylist for shoots.
JUAN IGNACIO VIDARTE: REVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVES
Born in Bilbao, Director General Juan Ignacio Vidarte maintains an astute perspective on the revolutionary success of the museum, placing it within a wider historical and cultural strategy. “The effects can only be understood if you understand it as part of a broader scheme of things which started before and after the museum opened.