We Want More

Words by Patrice Winn

London, The Photographers' Gallery

Across two floors in The Photographers Gallery, go and immerse yourself in asking what is contemporary music photography? Curated by Diane Smyth, this summer exhibition examines the importance of photography and image making in 21st century music culture across advancing digital technologies, and the relationship between the photographer, the musicians and the fans. Read more.

Peir Wu Spring/Summer 2016

Peir Wu continues to develop her streamlined, effortless state of dressing for Spring/Summer 2016. The brand’s trademark aesthetic, defined as ‘Casual Futurism,’ reflects the potential in the brand’s specially engineered clothing to adapt to mens’ increasingly active lifestyles. Read more.

Fuzi Uvtpk Publishes Flash Tattoo Collection N°2

French artist FUZI UVTPK is pleased to announce the publication of Flash Tattoo Collection N°2, a limited-edition book that features his Ignorant Style designs. Flash Tattoo Collection N°2 is the follow-up to Flash Tattoo Collection N°1, which was released in 2011 and has since sold out. Read more.

Play: Toys, Sets, Rules

Photos by Alin Kovacs

London, Walter Knoll

Play is part of a programme of exhibitions and events commissioned by Walter Knoll and produced and curated by systems. Walter Knoll are funding the production of Play and hosting the exhibition in their London showroom. Read more.

Larry Sultan: Here and Home...and America

Words by Sarah Millar

Here and Home, the first retrospective of photographer Larry Sultan’s work is now in its final throws at LACMA. A California setting for the maker of the quintessential California image. Take it in before the sun sets on July 19th. Read more.

Supreme / Kids 20th Anniversary

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Larry Clark’s debut film, KIDS, the portrayal of NYC youth’s escapades in the early 90’s. Some were offended by the raw and anarchic world Larry Clark documented, for those that weren’t, the film became an important document of the time, place and culture. Read more.

Christopher Shannon Pre-Fall 2015

Words by Alessandra Conti

Christopher Shannon Pre-Fall 15 collection is, for the second time, womenswear. Inspired by the artist Henry Bond and in collaboration with the legendary Judy Blame, who realised the plastic bags hoods, this collection is a continuation with the men’s AW15. We were curious to know a bit more, so we asked him few things. Read more.