Thomas Doherty, a luminary actor and musician from Edinburgh, possessed of singular charm and intellect was a perfect fit for the cover of our first issue. The Scottish talent sings in Hulu’s High Fidelity, acts in roles like Max Wolfe of HBO Max’s Gossip girl reboot and Walter de Ville in the film “The Invitation”, and represents Dior as an Ambassador. Thomas’s talents span a truly dazzling array of shapes and forms.
house of coco – coco rocha
With her kindness, easy-going nature, and exceptional talent, Coco Rocha was the perfect choice for the cover of our first issue. This mesmerizing beauty’s ability to capture the essence of each look and tell a different story just by striking a pose is poetic and inspiring. From her modeling career to her successful Coco Rocha modeling camps, to being the proud mother of three, Coco gives us a lesson on the value of enjoying the process.
Vacations for the senses: quiet luxury at the foot of Piz Forbesch. Between 900 mountain peaks, 600 lakes and 150 valleys of the Grisons Alps lies the historic Maiensäss village of Radons. Slightly above: its historic Berghuus – lovingly restored in 2020 and given a new lease of life and charm. With a view of extensive valleys and a magnificent panorama of peaks.
There was the BBC 5 parts Docu-series called ‘How Art Made the World’. The first episode was ‘More Human Than Human’ and the narrator Nigel Spivey opens the episode and quotes ‘The fact is people really create images of the body that are realistic. What’s going on? Why is our world so dominated by images of the body that are so unrealistic?’.
Why are obsessed with nails? women of color will use nails as a form of personal expression. Even before French mani. and gel mani women as well as men were always keen on decorating their hands and nails with a bit of dye or sparkle. Even kings weren’t immune to the charm of glamourous nails. It has to do with self-expression, and fashion trendsetting and It is, by all means, a form of art.
a grimm’s story
A story of fantasy and fashion wielded by an incredible team. The longing for the fairy tales that our parents read us before going to sleep is revived in this magical photo shoot that revisits the incredible stories of the Grimm brothers with a touch of darkness and contemporary styling.
The fire dancing on torches, the dark whisper of water in a moat, the clanking of iron armor, and the beating of the noble heart… Water and Flame, Iron and Flesh, Passion and Restraint.
Inspired by Matrix, and Inception by Christopher Nolan. Brutalist architecture is raw, honest, and imposing. Time has passed but these buildings are still a part of the landscape in Berlin.
With a wild style inspired by the African savannah and slight touches of modernism, the great photographer Vincent Van Den Dries delights us with this exclusive editorial for our first digital issue.
never ending metastory — yimeng yu
Our planet’s technology is advancing at great speeds allowing us to peer into otherworldly images of a not-so-distant future. But it is only by looking at the past that we can truly understand just how far we’ve advanced.