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KNEON KNEON MAGAZINE ISSUE 10 | SPRING 2014

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WELCOME TO ISSUE TEN OF KNEON A f t er 4 years of bu i ld i n g and c onnecti ng , KNEON i s a fa m i ly to b e p roud of. THIS 10th i ssu e i sa n em bodi ment of th e th i n g s w e b eli ev e in. We have tak en th e lea p a n d fo u n d our own d i r ec ti o n . No more th em es, thi s i s KNEON . S u pa’ B o ld Forging our ow n d i r ec ti o n ha s take n courage, w e hav e d i sc ov er ed the thi ngs that k eep u s stro n g a n d st r ivi ng . We i nvi te yo u to jo i n u s. We ’ v e found our d i r ec ti o n bu t jou r n ey

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ap r i l 10 2014 has o n ly ju st b eg u n


Cover photographed by Gabrielle Murphy Styl ed by Aya Tsuchii Model is Evel ina Sriebalyte Make up, Kristina Ra lph Hair, Terri Ca pon Photo Assistant, Cl audia Cibelli


Photo gr ap he d by Lloyd S t e vi e , H ai r , Qu en to n Ba rne t te , M ode l , Care y @ M u se NYC


Contents

IT’S IN OUR NATURE TO 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08

trust your gut............... 012 be bold............................ 018 mean it.............................074 strip bare....................... 122 be humble ...................... 166 seek adventure.............. 222 express gratitude......... 300 never look back............ 306


EDITOR’S LETTER hi k n eo n k i d, We lc o m e to th e m o st ag g r e s s iv e , in d iv id ua l a n d lov in g is s u e o f K NEON yet. Si n c e w e la st spo k e, K NEON ha s e vo lv e d, g row n a n d mat u r e d. Sh e ’ s s t i ll yo u n g , sti ll r ec k less, a n d s t il l v e ry v e ry b o l d - bu t s h e ’ s f o u n d he r di r ec ti o n . In th e la st c o u ple o f m o n t h s , w e l au n c h e d o u r f ir s t c a p s u l e co llec ti o n w i th L . A . b r a n d J + CO, c r e at e d K NEONTV (o u r f ir s t s h o rt mov i e c o m i n g o u t th i s s u mme r ), a n d d e v e lo p e d K NEON b e yo n d a mag az i n e i nto a d i g i ta l platfo r m a n d me a n in g f u l b r a n d. On to th e stru c tu r e o f t h is is s u e : W e ’ v e s e c t io n e d it o f f in to e ig h t cha pter s, eac h r epr esen t in g a d if f e r e n t ma n t r a t hat b ot h K NEON an d I s tro n g ly b eli ev e i n : T ru s t yo u r s e l f, b e b o l d, me a n it, s t r ip ba r e , s tay hu m b le, seek a dv en tu r e , e x p r e s s g r at it u d e a n d n e v e r lo o k bac k . With th ese k ey wo r d s i n min d, I ’ l l l e t yo u g e t o n w it h t h e n e x t 3 0 0 pag es. Oh , a n d d o n ’ t wo rry a b o u t yo u r e y e s g e t t in g t ir e d - w e ’ v e u s e d bi g a ss fo n ts that ev en p e o p l e l ik e me w h o hav e t h e e y e s ig h t o f a n 80- y ea r - o ld bat, w i ll fi n d c o mf o rta b l e r e a d in g to o : 3 i h o pe yo u en joy th i s. Lov e, Vi c to r i a ,

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01 Trust Your Gut R ea li ze w hat yo u a r e me a n t to d o a n d b e g in .

l i ke , ri ght now.


KNEON FAMILY

Founder / Editor In Chief Victoria Jin Editorial Director Caitlin Beryl Warther Regional Editors Harry Fisher Jones (US) Rosie Kane (US) JAM BAYLON (Australia) Miki Nathan (uk) Social Media & Press Tanya Richard Advertising Assistant Miles Agbanrin Copy Editor Lucy Henshall Film & Digital Visuals James Roberts Art Direction Assistants Tasya Kudryk Nyree waters

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02 Be Bold ( n ot regular. not i tali c)

STAND OUT AND STAND UP—


Ph otographed by A n g ela Mark l e w Styli ng Tay lo r She r ida n Style assista n t H o pe G rif f in Hai r and Mak eu p Maryg en e Ro s e f eaturi ng cou rtn ey m o n ey @ Photo g e n ic s

Cou rt ne y er by ri ng s

w ea rs ju mpKRISTINIT, e arby VER AME AT

courtney


Co u rtn ey w ears ju m per GSTAR RA W, jacket by G- STAR RA W, n ecklace by CH IC PEEK

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Courtney wears j umper b y KRISTINIT, ear r i ngs by VERA ME AT


L e v i w e a r s bu t to n d ow n by COA ST- WIDE , b r ac e l e t b y FINEBLUE STUDIOS


Ph oto g r a p h e d by A n g e la Ma r k le w S t y l in g Tay lo r Sh e r i dan Style a s s i s ta n t Hope G r i ffi n H a ir a n d Mak e u p Ma ryg e n e Ro s e

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LEVI STOCKE


Levi w ea r s t- sh i rt b y VINTAGE , jac k e t by G- STA R R A W, su n g la sses b y R AY- BA N


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Levi wears but ton d own by COA ST-WIDE , pa nt s by G - STA R R A W, b r ac e l e t b y FINEBLUE STU DIOS , shoes by DR M A RTENS


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Chris wears button down by STUSSY, cap by STUSSY

Ph oto g r a p h e d by Angela Mar k l e w Styling Taylor Sheridan Style a s s is ta n t Hope G r if f in H a ir and Mak e up Maryg e n e Ro s e is Ch r is Model Cook @ LA Models

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Ph oto g r a p h e d by Angela Mar k l e w S t y l in g Tay lo r Sh e r ida n S t y l e a s s is ta n t H o p e G r if f in H a ir and Mak e up Maryg e n e Ro s e

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LAUREN YOUNG


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Laur e n we a rs sweatsh i rt by FRES HTOPS , ne ck lace by VE R A ME AT, r i ng by VERAME AT, a nd s ungl a s ses by wi ldfox


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Me i-Li wears shirt a n d s kirt & othersto r i es


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M e i- L i we ars dress by m o n k i


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RHUDE BOY

words + interview by Harry Fisher J ones by aa ron f e ave r rhui gi shot lookbook photos co u r tesy o f Anthony c a ba e ro

Meet Rhuigi Mark Villasenor – L.A. based fashion designer and the architect behind seminal menswear brand RHUDE. Launching his career in 2012 with the release of his signature line of bandana shirts, Rhuigi quickly made a name for himself as one of the brightest young designers on the West coast. Two collections later, RHUDE has evolved into a label celebrated for its functional, minimalist design and rich textures.


I spend every second imagining ways to innovate what I have done


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Can you tel l u s a li ttle a b o u t yo u r background ? Wh er e d i d yo u g row u p ?

My name’s Rhuigi pronounced as (roo-wee-G). I was supposed be named Luigi but, thank god, for my family tradition the RH in the beginning was infused. I was born in Manila, Philippines. Went to a private school and bounced around different countries due to my father’s job. Lived in different countries for a short time. Were you ve ry c r eati v e a s a c h i l d ?

Creative? Hmm I think that might be a little pretentious of me to say, but I was that kid that had no limitations to my imagination. I wanted to be a cartoonist or an artist for a very long time. I was drawing realistic images at a very young age and sang at church. My parents were interesting and creative but strict people. Wi th no for m a l ed u c ati o n i n fa sh io n , w hat fi rst g ot yo u i n to th e i n d u s t ry ? When di d yo u r ea li se th er e w a s a c a reer i n i t fo r yo u ?

Well when I was in high school I used to get out of school early so I could take basic pattern making and sewing classes. So I had a little bit of knowledge on how garments are constructed. I created what is now the RHUDE bandana tee years ago before I realised it for myself. There was a high volume of interest in the product; it’s about that time I kind of knew that there was a business to be built with my vision. But it is really my desire to better what’s in my surroundings that turned my passion into a career. H ow would yo u d esc r i b e yo u r b r a n d ? What i s the m ea n i n g b eh i n d th e na me “ R H U D E”?

I try not to define my brand so much, but sometimes it’s necessary in this business. RHUDE to me is my creative outlet, a figment of my imagination. I believe my clothes are innovative; they have a touch of femininity but still remain masculine at the same time. Certainly clothes for someone who is strong-minded. There’s an aggressive connotation attached to the name “RHUDE”, but I balance it all with the minimal and monochromatic designs. I try to infuse different cultures, history, and political topics each time I design a season. H ow i mporta n t i s yo u r c u r r en t- cit y LA to you an d yo u r b r a n d ?

The affect of your surroundings is totally inevitable when designing. I still believe you can design masterfully any

place in the world, but to me the weather plays a big factor in the textiles I use. Let’s just say I don’t know what an actual winter feels like. But in a way I feel like a “Rhude boy, man, woman, girl” is really an easy-going-lightweight-clothes nonchalantly-cool kinda person. I n o n ly a c o u p l e o f y e a r s , yo u have r e a l ly ma d e a na me f o r yo u r s e lf as o n e o f t h e b r ig h t e s t yo u n g d e s i g n e r s in t h e in d u s t ry; to w hat d o yo u at t r ibu t e yo u r s u c c e s s ?

Hmm thank you I’m glad you think that. I think I’ve just created exactly what I wanted with a clear vision as to what I want my brand to be and it has paid off, only a little. I have so much to learn and I still feel like the same kid I was when I was just in the conceptualizing stage.


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H av e yo u e v e r f e lt t hat yo u r yo u n g ag e ha s h e l d yo u back? What a r e s o me o f t h e ot he r o bs tac l e s yo u hav e ha d to ove rc o me to r e ac h w h e r e yo u are to day ?

Certain aspects in life you can’t learn through a book or even mentorship. Time and experience builds knowledge

I try to go against the current – always. But I think age has affected my self-discipline and knowledge of things more. I’m a business and mistakes can’t be made. Certain aspects in life you can’t learn through a book or even mentorship. Time and experience builds knowledge, and that’s a fact that I think I’m trying to overcome since I’ve matured at such an early age. So in a way it’s the decisions I’ve made and a few designs I chose that’s definitely reflected that. C o u l d yo u d e s c r ib e yo u r cre at iv e p ro c e s s ? F ro m whe re do yo u d r a w yo u r in s p irat i o n ?

Certainly not from the same fountain as the youth. I did really well in school and loved history so I think my passion for researching worldly topics and such derives from that. So I begin by conceptualizing the silhouette, then I think of topics I want to reach and that leads on to a shit ton of researching to minimalize it all into garments. In the end they’re clothes and I’d like for my clothes to still be wearable; so discipline and remaining cohesive with the idea is very necessary. D o yo u hav e a pa rt ic ular de mo g r a p h y in min d w h e n de s i g n in g a n e w c o l l e c t io n ?

Yes. The ones that can afford it. Kidding. Umm I design with function and purpose. So to whom it translates well to, those are the people I design for. A r e t h e r e a n y d e s ig n e rs t hat yo u lo o k u p to ?

I’m really into florists in LA as of right now, I think they’re designers in their own right. But as far as looking up to anyone, I admire many of the established designers but I feel the connection between the designer and the consumers is no longer there. So I can’t quite answer that. I do know that I am part of the youth culture and I will remain designing and translating what I feel the kids should be wearing. S in c e yo u r s ig nat u r e ban dana s h irt c o l l e c t io n yo u have mov e d a w ay f ro m s t ri ct ly s t r e e t- w e a r to a mo re s o p hi s -


Yo u can shop R H UDE’s l at e s t c o l l e c t io n at w w w. r h - u d e . c o m n ow. A ll it e ms a r e ma d e in t h e USA.

t icated and mi n i m a li st a esth eti c . Wa s this always the i n ten ti o n ?

The bandana shirt was my key to the door so to speak. Yes! I’ve always had a clear vision for what I wanted my brand to be. What does your av er ag e day lo o k li k e ?

Okay so I start my day around 8 o’clock. I read my emails and listen to preferably Brazilian jazz and I research my ass off! My assistant Eric and I spend a lot of time together working on new designs. I try to sneak in a bite or a coffee with my girl from time to time. Then we resource textiles, talk to our tailors etc. It’s a pretty normal day but sometimes a gin and tonic is necessary to end the night. How would you d esc r i b e yo u r per so n al style? Do you hav e a n y favo u r i te brands or desi g n er s?

The California climate dictates what I wear. I’m an easy-going guy and I like my classic cars so definitely informal. Great boots or dirty, really dirty sneakers (which my girlfriend hates by the way), and of course RHUDE. I’ve made exactly what I wanted to wear from day to night. I think I’ve tailored the cut of the perfecto jacket to perfection so that’s become my uniform. Since i ts i ncept i o n , R H U D E ha s r ece ived support fro m a n u m b er o f a rtist s i n the hi p-h o p i n d u stry, fro m K en d ric k La mar to F r a n k O c ea n . D o yo u fe e l a parti cular af fi n i ty to h i p- h o p m u sic ? What are you listen i n g to at th e m o m e nt?

I feel that I made clothes at that moment that reached a particular audience at that time. I do understand that the hip-hop culture played a big role in my rising. But I’m aware of the loyalty the industry has for brands and I don’t want to just be a brand that’s rapped and forgotten. So I create with awareness for everyday wear. I listen to tons of jazz, old Neptunes production, and anything Spotify has under Arctic Monkeys radio. What d o yo u l ik e to d o in yo u r d ow n t ime ?

I like to think. I drown myself in my thoughts. I feel like I spend every second imagining ways to innovate what I had done and overall just trying to be a better person. I read when I find the time. I certainly have world war four happening inside my head, fighting man’s greatest war: ego versus reality. E v e ry w e e k it lo o k s l ik e yo u a r e d iv e r s if y in g in to n e w me rc ha n d is e , f ro m s kat e b oa r d s to s o c k s . Whe r e d o yo u s e e t h e b r a n d g o in g n e x t ?

Ahh! I always create; sometimes I think I move quicker than my consumer. I just want everyone to know that I’m truly passionate with the clothes I create. But everything takes time. We’re developing a lot of ideas, but the consumers dictate the tempo and where I’m directed. I can only create at the highest level and be hopeful that my consumers will take me to the goal. I want RHUDE to be the ultimate go-to essential brand. I’m sure it will in time.


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“Fat Dav i d ”, 24”x 36”, o i l an d lat e x o n c a n vas , 2014.


Pat

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Hobaugh I n te rv ie w by M ik i Nat ha n F o r ewo r d by Lu c y H e n s ha l l A ll a rt wo r k by Pat H o bau g h

‘Quirky’ and ‘captivating’ only begin to describe the work of Pat Hobaugh. Born and raised on a small farm in Indiana, he is concerned with the physical and metaphysical understanding of what it is to be human. His skillful hand and sharp eye merge the real and surreal, leaving the mind in awe and the imagination wild.


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I think it can be dangerous to have too strong of an idol in your personal life. you should be the best you that you can be and strive to be an idol for others.


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“ K e n ’ s V e n u s ” , 1 8 ” x 2 4 ” , oi l an d l at e x o n c a n va s , 2 0 1 3 .


“ V in tag e V e n g e a n c e ” , 2 0 ” x 2 0 ” , o il a n d l at e x o n pa n e l , 2 0 1 3 .

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Who i s Pat Hobau g h ?

Tough question. Well, I’m a Gemini, who enjoys thunderstorms and cherry pie. I have a wide array of interests ranging from theoretical physics and baseball to tin-type photography and restoring antique tractors. However, I never actually do any of these things. I’m primarily a painter, who has been focusing on still lifes of contemporary pop culture, which also often reference and draw comparisons to earlier generations and art history. I’m also 6 ‘ 4” and weigh 200 lbs.

the traditional hierarchy of painting genres with still life always being the lowest. One of my goals with my work is to elevate the still life, and one way I’m trying to do this is by putting famous works of art in a still life and transforming them to fit a new message. Yo u r u n d e n ia b l e s k il l ha s c a p t ivat e d me . Whe n d id yo u r e a l is e yo u w a n t e d to d o t h is f o r a l iv in g ?

I love your rem ak es o f fa m o u s wo r k s o f art such as ‘Fat Dav i d ’ a n d ‘ K en s V e n u s ’ . Can you tell u s a li ttle b i t a b o u t t h e id ea behi nd th ese?

Thank you, but you can’t make a living off painting. I got into art late, I was a senior in college when I started to teach myself how to paint, so then I went back to school just for art and several student loans later I thought of myself as an artist. Plus, I doubt I could do anything else.

I’ve always had a love for art history and have been interested in

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“Da rwi n ’s De ss e rts ” , 24” x 2 4 ” , o il a n d l at e x o n c a n va s , 2 0 1 2 .

In a Nutshell

pat is a gemini, enjoys thunderstorms, and deeply appreciates cherry pies.


background. What d i d yo u s tudy?

We’ve moved around a lot, so anywhere my wife and pets are.

I was getting degrees in Management and Communications when I took a survey art history course that inspired me to take up painting. Then I studied art history, before committing and getting a BFA and an MFA in painting

T el l u s a b o u t yo u r c o n c e p t o f l if e a s yo u k n ow it t h is m o me n t. What mak e s it exc it in g o r e mot io na l o r r e a l fo r yo u ?

How old/young d o yo u feel today?

I feel young as an artist with a lot that I want to get to, hopefully sooner than later. Whi ch three gu ests a li v e today would yo u i n v i te fo r a dinn er party? A n d w hat wo u ld you serve?

Jeff Koons, and I would throw a cream pie in his face. Mark Ryden, and I would serve him a large rare steak. And Olivia de Havilland. I would probably grill out with steak, vegetables, and a lot of beer. Where do you ca ll h o m e?

I’ve always liked discovering that new thing that will keep you excited for a while, like a new author, or band, or hobby. There’s always something out there to be discovered. One of those recent new things for me has been old jazz music like Cab Calloway, Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller and so on. K NEON f o c u s e s a lot o n nat u r e a n d b e in g b o l d w it h c r e at iv it y. What d o e s nat u r e m ea n to yo u ?

I grew up on a farm in Indiana, so the cycle of life was very present both with crops and livestock, and its connection with the soil. Also, ever since I took an art history course on eighteenth century European architecture, I’ve been interested in how humans have used architecture and landscape architecture to both


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“ T e a Pa rt y ” , 2 4 ” x 2 4 ” , o il a n d l at e x o n c an vas , 2013.


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Photo g ra p hed by Sarah Fountain A by Isobel Ba din S ty le d and groomed Make u p by Kate Shanahan and Sh eri Vegas M od e ls a r e Shannon and Suzi AT Asha Model Manag e m e n t, Par isse and Ruby AT Viviens Model s

Sha nno n we ars top by SHOOT THE LABEL, pant s by CELESTE TESORIERO, s h oe s b y BIRKENSTOCK, e arrings , choke r, ne ckp ie ce and arm cuf f al l b y RUBY PRANKSTAR

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S uz i ( le f t ) w e ar s s hi rt by BUL, fu r top b y MLM, ti g ht s by ALEX ME ARING , s kirt by ISOBEL BADIN, s hoe s by BIR KENSTOC K, s ocks a re STYLISTS OWN , ch ock e r, n ec kp i e ce a nd w ri st cuf f s b y RUBY PRANKSTAR, vis or is STYLISTS OWN. Shannon (right ) w e ars l ace long s l e e ve top by DAN IEL A STEP HA NIE, s l e eve l e s s top by BUL, ti g ht s by ALEX ME ARING , s kirt by ISOBEL BADIN, s hoe s by BIRKENSTOC K, s ocks are STYLISTS OWN , e a rri n gs , cho k er a nd harne s s b y RUBY PRAN K STAR


S uz i ( l e f t ) w e ars d re s s by CELESTE TESORIERO, s ocks are STYLISTS OWN, s hoe s by BIRKENSTOCK, choke r, ne ckp ie ce and w ris t cuf f by RUBY PRAN KSTAR . Pa ri s s e ( ri g ht ) we a rs dre s s by BUL, j ump e r by CELESTE TOSORIERO, s ocks are STYLISTS OWN, s hoe s by BIR KENSTOC K, e a rri ngs , cho ke r an d ne ck p i e ce by RUBY PRA NKSTA R


Shan no n we ar s to p by S HOOT THE LABEL, pant s by CELESTE TESORIERO, s hoe s by BIRK ENSTOCK, e arri ng s , choke r, ne ckp ie ce and arm cuf f all by RUBY PRANKSTAR

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Su z i w ea rs coat b y KLO K E, bra by CHEAP MONDAY, s hoe s by BIRKENSTOCK, s ock s a re STYLISTS OWN, choke r and ne cklace by RUBY PRANKSTAR

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Suzi ( l e ft) we a r s s h i rt by BUL , f u r to p by MLM, t i g h t s by ALEX ME A RING , s k i rt b y ISOBEL BA DIN , s h o es by BIR K EN STOC K , s o c ks are STYLISTS OWN , c h o c k er, neckpiece and w r i s t c u f f s by RUBY PRA NK STA R , v i s o r is STYLISTS OWN

S uzi (left) wears T HE L ABEL , c h o k e r STA R , visor is

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Sha n n o n (rig ht) wears lace lo n g sleeve to p by DANIEL A STEP H ANIE, sleeveless to p by BUL, tig hts by ALEX ME ARING , skirt by ISOBEL BADIN , sho es by BIRK EN STOCK , so cks are STYLISTS OWN, earrin g s, cho ker an d ha rn ess by RUBY PR A N K ST A R

dress by SOOT by RUBY PRANK STYLISTS OWN

Sha n no n ( c e n t r e ) wears o n sie by ALEX ME A RING , j u m per by CELEST TESORIERO, e a r r i n g s , wrist cu ff (wo rn

as choke r) and brace l e t by RUBY PRANKSTAR, vis or is STYLISTS OWN Ru by (right ) we ars s we at e r by UNIF.M, s kirt by MLM, e arring , cho ke r and brace l e t by RUBY PRANKSTAR, vis or is STYLIST s OWN


Ru by w e ars top by KA LIVER, s k i rt by DOROTA, bot to m s a re STYLISTS OWN , s hoe s by SENSO, s o cks a re STYLISTS OWN , ch oker and brace l e t by RUBY PRA NK STA R

Par i s se w e a rs body s ui t STYLISTS OWN, to p by BUL, pant s by WINSTON WOLFE, s ho e s by BIRKENSTOC K, so c ks STYLISTS OWN, e arrings , ch ok e r, ne cklace an d arm pi e ce by RUBY PR ANKSTAR

Shannon we ars t urt l e ne ck by DANIEL A STEPHANIE, s hoe s by BIRKENSTOCK, s ocks are STYLISTS OWN, e arrings , ne ckp ie ce and brace le t s by RUBY PRANKSTAR

Suz i we ars j ump s uit by BUL, s hoe s by BIRKENSTOC K, s ocks are STYLISTS OWN, choke r, ne ckp ie ce and wris t band by RUBY PR ANKSTAR

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Take the world by storm Berndnaut Smilde’s indoor clouds have taken the world by storm. The clouds are hauntingly ephemeral. The photographs are all that remain, immortalizing them before they disappear. The diversity of the rooms chosen create various atmospheres. From the comical to mysterious. In our discussion with Berndnaut, we get a closer look into his work as well as the man himself.

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Berndnaut S m i ld e, N i m bu s G r een Ro o m, 2 0 1 3 , c o u rt e s y t h e a rt is t a n d Ro n c hi n i Galle ry


Be r n dnaut Smi ld e, N i m bu s M u n n ek eh o l m, 2 0 1 2 , c t y pe pri nt on di b o n d, 125 x 184 c m , C o u rt e s y t h e art ist and Ron c h i n i Ga llery, Photo O n u r Dag .

What does natu r e m ea n to yo u ?

It’s not so much that I am interested in nature, but there is something you cannot grasp about it that I find interesting. I work with this idea through the introduction of a cloud or a rainbow aiming to explore their possible meaning. People have been projecting meaning and ideas on clouds for centuries; it is the fantastical nature of the clouds that creates a mythical narrative where the imagination is set free. What people seem to be touched by is that the clouds are in effect real at the moment they are captured. The fact that the Nimbus works are recognised by so many different viewers means that the work has something universal and timeless maybe. Can you tell u s a li ttle b i t a b o u t t h e idea behi nd th ese?

The idea came from working on a small scale space for art projects, called Probe, which is an exhibition space with walls

no higher then 1.10m and a surface of 6.2m. Its small and practical dimensions enable artists to create works that respond to those requirements, which do not reflect real-life sizes. I wanted to see if it would be possible to exhibit a raincloud. Because you have total control over this miniature space it enables you to create an ideal situation. This was one of the reasons I think a model can stand as an idea in my work. I transformed the exhibition space into my ideal perception of a museum hall, within which I wanted to present an ominous situation. This ominous element is not so much represented by the shape of the cloud, but by placing it outside of its natural context. In this case it’s the unnatural situation that can be threatening. You could say that by boxing nature into a space you are deconstructing nature or trying to have control over it, but I’m more focused on the potential of this idea. Eventually it is determined to fail, but for a very brief moment you transport


Be r n dnaut Smi ld e, N i m bu s NP3, 201 2 , d ig ital C-type pri n t o n d i b o n d, 125x 1 8 5 c m, courtesy the a rti st a n d Ro n c h i n i Ga l l e ry.

the image of a cloud inside a space where you can start making new connections. This situation also questions whether a sculpture could exist from just well exposed by light air. The physical aspect is important but the actual work in the end only exists as a photograph. The photo functions as a document of something that happened on a specific location and is now gone. And how di d yo u c o m e to c o m b i n e t h e N imbu s s eri es wi th desi g n er s su c h a s K a r l Lag e r f e l d and Donatella V er sac e?

Harper’s Bazaar U.S. asked me to collaborate with them for their September 2013 issue to create works featuring some of the most influential designers of the fashion industry, namely Karl Lagerfeld, Dolce & Gabbana, Donatella Versace and Alber Elbaz. Named The InCloud, the feature was developed for their biggest issue of the year. The works were created in locations in Paris and Milan including the Grand Palais and the InterContinental Paris Le Grand, as well as Palazzo Litta and The Metropol (Dolce & Gabbana’s headquarters in Milan).

The presence of the cloud is almost like a personality as it takes on a different shape and size each time depending on what the space needs.


B er n d nau t S mil d e , N imbu s C u k u rc u ma H amam I, 2012, c - ty pe p r in t on d ib o n d, 125 x 184 c m, Co u rt e sy th e a rt is t and Ro n c h in i Ga l l e ry, Ph oto On u r Dag .

The presence of the cloud is almost like a personality as it takes on a different shape and size each time depending on what the space needs. Having an actual human there was like bringing two personalities together – it was interesting to bring a person into the Nimbus works and see how each designer reacted to it. Those are by the way available through Ronchini Gallery in a special limited edition entitled

ICONOCLOUDS where each image is grouped together in a presentation box.

Who a r e yo u r g r e ate s t in f lu e n c e s in wo r k?

What is yo u r favo u r it e m a n tr a o r q u ot e ?

Olafur Eliasson, Pedro Cabrita Reis and Gregor Schneider are artists I appreciate very much.

Leonard Cohen once stated: ‘There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.’

Berndnaut Smilde, Ronchini Gallery, London, 11 April – 14 June 2014, ronchinigallery.com


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christian newell Int e rvi e we d b y Harry F ishe r J o n es Photograp he d b y Vi c L en taig n e

Fine artist and illustrator Christian Newell has kept himself busy since his days at the Camberwell College of Arts, London. Whether acting as Creative Director for UK art collective Last Night in Paris, collaborating with big names like Adidas and Urban Outfitters or showcasing his own solo artwork across London, his diligence is admirable. Christian’s portfolio is as diverse as his resume; ultrarealistic sketching, large-scale graffiti painting and beautifully dark surrealism all contributing to his broad collection of works. His name is definitely one to look out for in the future.


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How would yo u d esc r i b e yo ur arti sti c sty le?

I have explored many styles, such as impressionism and surrealism in my early years of painting. I ventured into them until I felt I had learnt enough to move on, making sure I always incorporated myself through the practises of such theories and working methods. Personally I don’t consider myself having a style as I know that the way I look at the world around me changes every day, I keep an open mind so my creativity doesn’t stagnate. What i s your favo u r i te m edi um?

This depends. When I find a new way of working I tend to get very obsessed over it, but I need variety in my life so I work in multiple mediums simultaneously to keep me going. I tend to use whatever I feel is best for me at that given time. Were you very c r eati v e as a chi ld? Wh en d i d yo u deci de that yo u w a n ted to p u rsue a car eer i n v i sua l art?

I was drawing before I could even talk according to my mother. I don’t recall my early years but I do recall becoming aware of my talent around the age of 10. It was not until the age of 15 that I knew that this would be my so-called career, however I don’t like the word career as it makes what I do sound like a job. I don’t see it as a job but rather a way of life, this is just something I must do. How di d your r elati o n sh i p wi th the La st N i g h t i n Par is collecti ve c o m e a b o u t?

Telepathically. In the beginning it wasn’t even so much about LNIP it was more like, yeah these dudes are cool and they are super ambitious and creative like I am I definitely want to hang out with them. At the time I was doing everything on my own and to meet like-minded people for once was a blessing. Then it all just progressed from there our friendship grew

and our vision expanded. H ow d o yo u t h in k yo u r wo r k a s l a s t n ig h t in pa r is c r eat iv e d ir e c to r ha s c o n tr i bu t e d to yo u r c a r e e r a s a n a rt is t ?

I definitely know that it has challenged me and has taken me out of my comfort zone many a time. At first it was very hard for me to work as a team but over time it just got easier, so it has help me grow not only as an artist but as an individual. A r e yo u g o in g to c o n t in u e wo r k in g c lo s e ly w it h th em in t h e f u t u r e , o r d o yo u w is h to f o c u s mo r e o n yo u r s o lo wo r k ? A r e t h e r e a n y u p c o min g p ro j e c t s yo u c a n s ha r e w it h u s ?

LNIP is my family so I will always have time for them. The best thing is that my solo career doesn’t clash but rather integrates with what we are doing. We all do our own things but when we need help we have each other’s backs, we all just want to learn from each other. Yes there are so many exciting things happening, I am going to be holding an exhibition of paintings with the magnificent Vermilion Hook collective, I have a collaboration with Meri Karhu coming up, I am working on a lot of new work which I will be releasing in the upcoming months, LNIP movie and more stuff – arghhhh – it’s all super exciting. H ow d id it f e e l to hav e yo u r wo r k d is p l ay e d a s ‘ The P r id e o f S o u t h w a r k ’ o n a bil l b oa r d in Lo n d o n a s pa rt o f A d ida s ’ O ly mp ic c a m pa ig n in 2 0 1 2 ?

I was more excited on the fact that I got given a huge studio space to work in, with so many materials to work with, it was all a little bit surreal at first but I had been so prepared for an opportunity like this that I felt very confident about it all. I was prepared for it. Shout outs to Ruby Pseudo.


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Film. Ca n you d esc r i b e yo u r c r eat iv e p ro c e s s ? F ro m w h e r e d o you tak e i n spi r ati o n ?

I gather inspiration from what surrounds me, from what I already have. We gravitate to the things we like in life, the things that we want are attracted to us, as long as we can initially conceive it in our mind. I keep sketchbooks and notebooks where I record ideas and go about solving them like puzzles, awaiting to find the puzzle piece to finish it all. The most effective creative process for me is to simply feel your way through. Are ther e a n y r ec u r r en t th e me s t hat yo u c a n id e n t if y i n your wo r k ?

Women and a variety of emotions. What co u ld yo u n ot li v e w i th o u t ?

Love. Where do yo u see yo u r self i n f iv e y e a r s ?

Living a rich life of abundance with the people whom I love, not simply producing art but being a work of art for art is not a means of production but a lifestyle.


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I don’t see it as a job but rather a way of life, this is just something I must do.


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danny seth Intervi ewed by Harry Fisher Jones Photographed by Vic Lentaigne

Twenty-three year old London born rapper Danny Seth has gone from strength to strength after the release of his debut EP “Prespliffs Vol. 1” in 2012. His distinct tone, raw content and inimitable style have built him a fan base across Europe and America, and warranted him recognition from some of the most influential figures in the industry – Pharrell Williams and Virgil Abloh of the Been Trill collective among them. We caught up with him fresh from his performance at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas to find out what all the fuss is about.


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With the Internet comes a new wave of openmindedness.

H ow wo u l d yo u d e s c r ib e yo u r s o u n d to s o me o n e w h o ha s n e v e r c o me ac ro s s yo u r mu s ic b ef o r e ?

Damn, I guess something that you have never heard before and will never hear again. Think outside of the box and don’t just put me in one because I’m from the UK. I want my sound to be universal. What w a s yo u r f ir s t i n t ro d u c t io n in to t h e m u s ic in d u s t ry, a n d w hat m a d e yo u f ir s t d e c id e to rap?

I DJ’ed from the age of about seventeen; it was never any huge venues, just local ones in my area and university gigs. If I was lucky maybe fifty people would show up (thirty of them being the homies). I always used to write too but never really had the balls to do anything with it. Then I got this amazing opportunity to intern for BMG Chrysalis one summer a few years ago out in LA. I used to sift through so much trash music. I literally sat there one day in my final week of the internship and was like, ‘fuck this, I’m better than these guys and I’m for sure not built for a desk job.’ This is s u e w e a r e feat u r in g a n ot h e r o f yo u r c o n t e mp o r a r ie s fro m t h e La s t N ig h t i n Pa r is c a mp – a rt is t Ch ris t ia n N e w e l l . H ow d i d yo u r r e l at io n s h ip w i t h t h e g ro u p c o me a b o u t ? A n d h ow d o yo u th in k yo u r in vo lv e me n t ha s h e l p e d yo u to d ev e lo p in to t h e a rt is t that yo u a r e to day ?

Well the story of Paris and me is this. Whilst I was in LA my producer Zach Nahome told me about this group hailing out of London and I tried to find stuff online about them but

there was nothing besides a Tumblr page. Then Zach went to link up with them and they started making music together. Zach sent me their shit and I was hooked; then I came back, we all clicked instantly and the rest is history. I think Paris has made me become more open-minded towards the music I make - for sure we are cooking some crazy stuff. And as far as Christian is concerned, damn, honestly no words can describe this young man’s talent. Every time he shows me a new piece I am mesmerized. Trust me, watch this space. I n “ S t e r e ot y p e s ” o n P r e s p l if f s Vo l . II, yo u s p e ak o f t h e d if f i cu lt i e s yo u hav e fac e d t ryi n g to mak e it in t h e hi p h o p in d u s t ry a s a whi t e J e w is h ma n f ro m t he U K . H ow hav e yo u t ri e d to ov e rc o me t h e s e p r e j u d ic e s ?

You know for me, and where I am from, it was always going to be difficult being taken seriously. Being white, Jewish and from North West London were all factors which made me less likely to succeed. But I have always not given a fuck about what anyone thinks about me, the way I dress, the things I do or the things I say. I think if you really want people to take you seriously you really have to not care, build a force field around yourself and keep your clique nice and tight. I’m so thankful that I’ve been accepted overseas in a way that a UK rapper never really has before. I’m just excited to show the world what I’ve been working on. What a r e s o me o f yo u r p r in c ipa l mu s ic a l in f lu e n c e s ?

For me, Pharrell and The Neptunes are for sure some of my biggest influences. The first album I bought was “Lord Willing” by The Clipse,


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Being white, Jewish and from North West London were all factors which made me less likely to succeed. But I have always not given a fuck about what anyone thinks about me.


and it really made me appreciate production. And as far as rappers are concerned, Lil Wayne was a huge part of my life. Back in 2006–09 Wayne could do no wrong in my eyes and I’m still a major fan. I can’t really leave out Kanye either; the guy is a living legend and icon. The way he picks and produces the sound and visual aesthetics he envisions is incredible and he is really someone I look up to. I also cannot forget Dizzee; “Boy in da Corner” is still one of my top 3 rap albums of all time and he really changed the UK rap scene forever. Can you descri b e yo u r w r i ti n g p rocess for us? H ow d o yo u g et i n to your creati ve zo n e?

I usually like to use pen and paper - it’s definitely my preferred choice. Unfortunately, I recently lost my luggage which had two notepads filled with future music. That’s the downside of physically writing rather than digitally – there’s no way to iCloud your notes. But I have my own crib I share with two other people and I usually just zone out in my living room and get in my mode. My neighbours hate me but fuck ‘em. I gotta play it loud to really get in the zone, even to the point where I have a small sound system in my Smart Car and I bowl around my area listening to my roughs on full blast. You have previ o u sly stated yo u r de sire to conqu er A m er i c a , a n d yo u are defi ni tely m ak i n g a na m e fo r yourself out th er e hav i n g a lr ea dy re c ei ved recogn i ti o n fro m so m e o f t he bi ggest names i n th e i n d u stry. Was thi s your s tated g oa l fro m th e be ginni ng? Why d o yo u th i n k yo u a r e not g etti ng the sa m e r ec epti o n o n your own turf?

I have spent four years coming back and forth from America, and I feel as though the culture has become a part of me. American hip-hop is what I love and I always have. I spend most of my time there in LA with a really cool bunch of people, and the way they are so open-minded and cool about music really inspires me. I’m thankful I’ve grown up in an era where the Internet has allowed my music to become accessible worldwide, and fortunate that with the Internet comes a new wave of open-mindedness. Due to the vast nature of the Internet you see a huge diversity in musical talent and we live in a time when people are being accepted for their music rather than where they come from or who they are. In the UK too I definitely think people’s opinions are starting to change. At first people in London were close-minded to my music, but now I’m getting more recognition and credibility I think people are starting to change their minds. London is home to the coolest and best talent whether it is in fashion or music and it’s a very competitive market - not everyone wants to help each other out. So has the US ve ry m u c h b ec o m e a hom e-from-home fo r yo u ? D o yo u hav e p l ans to travel bac k th er e so o n ?

Yeah for sure. I got real family out there now like my boy

Jesse who I’ve been staying with. He’s my co-manager. And I plan to move out there in May, first to Atlanta and then to LA. L e t ’ s ta l k fa s h io n . Yo u hav e p r e v io u s ly mo d e l l e d f o r F e a r o f G o d a n d Rh u ig i V il l a s e n o r o f R H UDE , a l s o f e at u r e d in t h is is s u e . Who a r e s o me o f yo u r ot h e r favo u r it e d e s ig n e r s ?

Man shout out to Rhuigi and Jerry, those are real good people. As I said there is a small circle of really dope designers in LA and I’m blessed to be friends with them. Also shout out my dawg Guillermo from FourTwoFour on Fairfax - for sure my favourite store in LA and my favourite jewellery brand. I’m really fucking with Rhude’s new collection, Rhuigi’s aesthetics and branding are always on point and I have mad respect for him. I am also really fucking with the new Helmut Lang men’s range; the quality is always incredible and for me it is quality over everything. Yohji Yamamoto for Y3 has always been one of my favourite designers too, always one step ahead. And my dawg Kyle Simone from Skingraft designs, that’s my family and he is always coming through with incredible quality garments. H ow wo u l d yo u d e s c r ib e yo u r ow n s t y l e ? D o yo u hav e a n y s t y l e ic o n s ?

I mean, I can’t really describe it. I think the whole point is that I want other people to describe it as they perceive it. As far as icons go, definitely Verbal from the Teriyaki Boyz. His style goes from outlandish to chic and suave. Also Takahiro Miyashita of The Soloist, I’ve always been vibing with the whole Japanese underground look. I really fuck with him. What a r e s o me o f yo u r e s s e n t ia l p ie c e s t hat yo u c o u l d n ot l iv e w it h o u t ?

Definitely hats. Whether it’s fedoras, conceptual pieces or even fitted caps, I can’t live without them! My Rolex too, it meant a lot to me when I first bought it and always reminds me that I’m on the right track. I’m also a massive sunglasses fiend and I just copped a rare pair of vintage Cottets from France, the company hasn’t even existed for a good twenty years and I got my hands on these bad boys and haven’t taken them off since. What c a n w e e x p e c t f ro m yo u t h is year?

My project, which is currently untitled, will drop this summer. I also have a mini-movie and two videos in the works as we speak, both of which I’ve been planning for almost two years. I took all my old stuff off the web because I didn’t feel that it represented the music that I am making right now, but these new visuals one-hundred percent will. Expect greatness too because I am coming for the crown and I’m aiming to finally bridge that gap between the US and UK.


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France Picoulet naturally yields seductive beats and vocals. With the recent release of her selftitled album, the 27-yearold electro-pop queen continues the rise up the music ladder that started in 2012, when the former Fine Arts student first released her debut EP.

Photographed wearing Azzedine Alaia and Bernard Delltrex by Yuji Watanabe at the Hotel Madison in Paris, France exhibits her natural poise in a raw and reticent manner – matching to her inimitable artistic character.

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Wh o i s ‘Owlle’?

It’s like the bird, and for me it was a good definition of my personality. Also for the mystic definition, I feminised it with the two L’s. Te l l us what i s th e d i ffer en c e b etw ee n Ow l l e and France [ h er r ea l na m e]

I think were the same person, it’s just a way to be another person on stage and to have a way to have a character or icon. It’s like another world or a mask for my music How old do you feel?

Oh I don’t know... I’m 27 and i feel myself and live like that. Day after day - it’s my life. Yo u s t u d ie d c in e mato g r a p h y a n d f i lm at t h e E c o l e d e s B e au x A rt s in Pa r is , how d o yo u t h in k t hat a f f e c t e d yo u r take o n mu s ic a n d v is ua l s ?

It’s very important for me to create my personality and character. It’s important to have strong visuals. It’s like my references in music - Madonna, David Bowie. Music and visuals are an ensemble, it all goes together - a package. And I need that to be myself.


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Musi c , fashi on a n d a rt - w h i c h o n e a r e yo u m ost passi onate a b o u t?

Music. But I like fashion very much and i pick something in fashion, cinema and contemporary art too and mix all the elements.

No I was too busy! I only saw it on the Vogue website Yo u p u t a lot o f yo u r p e r s o na l e x p e r ie n c e s in to yo u r t r ac k s . Wi t h yo u r n e w a l bu m, h ow mu c h o f yo u r s e l f di d yo u in v e s t ?

Alaia and Alexander McQueen.

Sometimes it’s my personal experience, and sometimes it’s just a description of landscape, but its very abstract. But it’s my life in this album.

Did you see th ei r latest sh ow w i th t h e wo odland creatu r es at Fash i o n W ee k ?

D o yo u e v e r f e e l s h y a b o u t p u t t i n g o u t yo u r p e r s o na l it y ?

Who are your favo r i te d esi g n er s?


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No, when it comes its a pleasure! I’m not afraid to be without inspiration. I need to have something to tell and after that it’s natural to me. I f a f r ie n d w e r e to u s e t h r e e wo r d s to d e scri be yo u, w hat wo u l d t he y be ?

Generous, maybe cool, and shy. Yo u r mu s ic mak e s me wan t to da n c e - t h e r e ’ s a lot o f g o o d v ib e s in vo lve d. Can yo u t e l l u s w hat yo u r d r e a m pa rt y wo u l d be li ke ?

In a big festival! That’s my dream. But everywhere! Who wo u l d yo u l ik e to c o l l a b o r at e w it h in t he f u t u r e id e a l ly ?

Frank Ocean I f yo u c o u l d h o s t a di n n e r a n d o n ly in 3 p e o p l e who wo u l d it b e ?

My mother, Frank Ocean and my boyfriend Can yo u t e l l u s a b o u t t he l a s t d r e a m yo u r e me mbe r?

I was making my music What a r e yo u d o in g t hi s t ime to mo r row ?

At home - I need to work on a new project.

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Be that person who gets their hair wet not done.


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It’s time you get acquainted with Adelaide’s most sunkissed face.

Laura DeWit Photograp he d by Ni cole Corbe t t words by lucy he ns hall Mode l i s Laura de Wi t, Pri de Mode ls Hai r & Make up, Juli e Provi s


Since being discovered at the age of 14 by Pride models, laura dewit’s upbeat personality and classic looks have led her to being photographed by the likes of Thom Kerr, and gracing the pages of russh magazine.


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Lau ra w ea rs sw i m su i t by VIC TORI A SECRET


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Lau r a w ea r s to p by META LI CUS , n ec k lac e are MODEL’ S OWN , r i n g s a r e MODEL’ S OWN

In this series of photographs by Nicole Corbett, Laura looks healthy, elegant and beach-ready. We can’t wait to see what the future holds in store for this young gun.


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From zimbabwe to new york

Ph oto g raphed b y Lloyd St e v ie H a ir, Quenton Barne t t e M o del , Ca rey @ Muse NYC


H ow o l d d o yo u fe e l?

I feel my age, 19, but I think everyone has a different interpretation about how that feels. Whe r e d o yo u c all ho me ?

I was born and raise in Zimbabwe, so it’s always the place that springs to mind when i think of home - although I’m loving NYC! Whe r e a r e yo u ri g ht n ow a s yo u a n s w e r t he s e Q u e s t io n s ?

Lazing around in my room in Brooklyn, indulging in a ‘Game of Thrones’ marathon. What ’ s yo u r c u rre n t jam t r ac k ?

I’m listening to Portishead - Glory Box at the moment but I’m more of a ‘different music for every mood’ type of person. Favo u r it e c lot he s fo r a c o mf y day ?

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I have this huge tie dye sweater that’s always first choice for a lazy day...it gets a lot of use! What k in d o f f o o d g e t s yo u e xc it e d ?

What kind of food doesn’t get me excited? I love cooking and experiencing different flavors - eating should always be a pleasure! Favo u r it e D is n ey movi e ?

I’d have to go with ‘The Lion King’. I f yo u c o u l d c han g e li ve s w it h s o me o n e f o r o n e h o u r , w h o wo u ld i t be ?

The first person who came to mind was Einstein (so unoriginal, I know). Completely overwhelming but incredible to see the world from his perspective, even if it was just an hour.


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E l i i s a w e ar s jac ke t b y TED BA KER, top b y DEVERNOIS , b elt b y RICH A RD GA MPEL, s ki rt b y H& M , sh oes b y ETA M , b r ac e l e t b y K IM & ZOZI, b r ac e l e t b y BOTTIC A , b r ac el et b y PA S C A LE MONVOISIN, r i n g b y BERNA RD DELETTREZ , r i ng b y BIJULES


E li i s a w ears top by C HRISTINE P H UNG , panties by LIL, s h oes b y GINAVITO ROSSI, bracel et by BOTTIC A, b racel ets by PASCA LE MON VOISIN, r ing by BERNARD DELETTREZ

E l i i sa w ea r s per f ec to b y EYKYOG , sh i rt b y LEVI ’ S M A DE & CR A FT, sk i rt b y A SOS , soc k s by TA BIO, sh oes b y A BIG A IL , nec k l ac e by BOTTIC A , r i ng by BERNA RD DELETTREZ


E li i s a wears top by PAUL & JOE SISTER, ski rt by SINE QUANONE , sho es b y ETAM, earr i n g by BIMBA & LOLA, r i n g by BERNARD DE LETTREZ , ring by BIJUES

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th i s pag e E l i i sa w e a r s to p b y BIMBA & LOL A , sk i rt b y M A S H A M A , bag b y BOTTICA , sh o e s by GINAVITO ROS SI, b r ac e l e t b y BOTTIC A , b r ac e l et by PA S C A LE MONVOISIN , r i ng by BER NA RD DELETTREZ


E l ii s a we a r s jack e t by C HRISTINE P HUNG , to p b y M A RIE SIXTINE , s ki rt b y GUY L A ROCH E , s o ck s b y TA BIO, sh oes b y VIRIGINIE C A STA W AY, r i n g b y BERNA RD DELETTREZ

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E l i i sa w ea r s sk i rt b y TA LBOT RUN HOF, shoes by A BIG A IL , ne c k l ac e b y NEW LOO K, ri n g b y BERNA RD DELETTREZ


Ph oto g r a p h e d by Xa n t h e H u tc h i n s o n S t y l e d by N i c k i G i l lo n Mak e - u p a n d ha i r by R i c ha r d H a rv e y at i n d u s t ry p e o p l e u s i n g T r i s h M c e voy M o d e l is S i o b ha n , P r e m i e r / b o ss

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S io bhan we ars to p by JE A N K ni ck ers by LA PERLA , Sk irt by ROYAL EXCH ANGE COSTUME,

JAC K SON COUTURE VINTAGE , Bra and by ROYA L EXC H A NGE COSTUME , B o ot s hat by ROYA L EXC H A NGE COSTUME


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Si obha n we a r s hat b y URBAN OUTFITTERS , d r ess by JE AN JAC K SON , tro u sers by COS , B o ots b y ROYAL EXCHA NGE COSTUME


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Ph oto g ra p hed by N i kki K r e c i c ki Mo d e l is Nikita Jan s e n @ Nex t Hair, makeup, fashion editor is Lady Katherine Taylor O n-s et stylist is Franklin H e ad en


loose ends A snapshot of a melancholic teen lounging in the backyard in an attempt to figure out adolescence. What a mission indeed. Sadness, anger, frustration — all these sensations course through her as she tries to pull together all the loose ends. With a hint of chic modernism and a touch of vintage, this girl is vulnerable and introverted.


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the girl with the bejeweled banana


luciana rondolini

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Luciana Rondolini from Buenos Aires, brings us unique works of art, that in their aesthetic beauty, comment on the disposability of objects and the material culture in which we are consumed. Having graduated as a graphic designer from the National Institute of Arts, Luciana has attended impressive workshops with artists Hernan Marina, Fabian Burgos, Carlos Huffman and Elsa Soibelman. Besides solo shows and collective shows in Buenos Aires and Rosario, she was recently awarded a prize for her work as the most distinguished young artist by the Arteba Foundation in 2013. The bejeweled banana, commissioned to Luciana by a Brazilian buyer, encapsulates ideas of temporary material value vs. value given by people to objects. Luciana is interested in studying human behavior through relationships with material things, and uses her artwork to uncover the concept of identity.


How would you d esc r i b e your work?

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I’m a 37-year-old girl that makes art. I live and work in Buenos Aires. My work is linked to the analysis of the value that is given to objects and people, focusing on the habits that determine their use and subsequent disposal, as evidence of the ephemeral nature of relationships in our society. They are sociological cores of human behavior that I try to analyze society with, along with the way in which we follow trends.

I lov e th e iro n y a n d c o n tr a dic t io n in yo u r wo r k , in t h e d eter i o r at io n a n d c o n su m p t io n t hat is pr esen t b e t w e e n t h e rotti n g f ru it a n d t h e jew els. H ow d id yo u c o me u p w i th t h is id e a ?

One o f your mos t ce l ebrated wor k s o f a rt is yo ur bejeweled ba na na . It’s also the ma i n featu r e on yo ur websi te. I s th i s a p ersonal favo r i te of yours or i s th er e another pi ece t hat yo u are especi ally fo n d o f f rom your body o f wo r k ?

That image is a photo of a banana a Brazilian buyer commissioned me at an art fair. It is an iconic image that sums up very well the relativity of the value we place on things. For some it may be a decorated peel that will rot in a few weeks, for others a valuable artwork. I also really like a series of giant popsicles that I made for the Petrobras Award at the Arteba Fair. Every day, I placed a melting ice cream that was 1.80 m long laying over a metal structure. The fact that it was exhibited at an art fair, allowed it ​​ to be seen by a huge number and variety of ostentapublic. What interests me most from that work is the possibility of an art piece that can be read by anyone. It was very popular amongst the children. We can relate ourselves with art not only by our intellect or knowledge of art history, but through our senses. To me, colors are very important, the smell and touch too. In this way, as it happens with publicity, any person has the possibility of feeling attracted and connected in his own way with the work. Diamonds are a g i r l’ s be st fri end. Hav e yo u always been att r ac ted to j ewels?

I was never interested in diamonds, but lately I started to realize that people give too much value to those kinds of things, like ostentation, popularity, fame and all that bling bling stuff. It really catches my attention. I think that this behavior

I started researching about human relationships, and how they are structured by the culture and values generated ​​ by the market. One of my last works consists on coating fruits with fancy gems that represent real jewelry that slowly begins to rot. I also draw people covered with diamonds. The use I give to rhinestone denotes an ambiguous meaning. On one hand, the valuable and enduring character that enhances the person portrayed, and in another aspect, the ridicule that supposes the act of covering all their faces with diamonds to the point of kitsch. It can be read as a way of understanding the nature of personality and the search of identity in this culture, as well as a way of searching the meaning of the ephemeral in reference to vanity. I focus on what is consumed; I try to understand society and the way in which we follow fashions and masses, in an attempt to analyze consumerism and hierarchy given to everything around us. T ell u s a b it a b o u t yo u r da i ly ro u t in e a s a n a rti st: d o yo u g o to t h e stu d i o e v e ry day, d o yo u wo r k fro m h o me )? What o b jec t m ak e s yo u r l if e ea si er eve ry day ?

I hate routine, but I work every day! One of the things that makes my life easier is my bike. The other is my coffee machine that provides me with the latte that I drink every morning to start the day. My studio is in a factory where I share the space with other artists. There, my iPod and my speakers are indispensable. The studio is in a neighborhood where you can get almost anything you need, it is a very diverse area full of shops, and there is where I buy my diamonds at very low prices. I f yo u w e r e n ’ t a n a rt is t, w hat wo u l d yo u b e ?

I’ve always wanted to be an ambulance

driver; it’s the perfect combination between the almost poetic drama of having to drive to save someone’s life and live life to the speed limit. What d r in k d o yo u t h in k d e s c r ib e s yo u b e s t ?

About a year ago, in the day of my birthday, I discovered one drink. Its called Cynar, it’s served with orange and a few leaves of mint. It’s an alcoholic drink that is also a digestive. I find it sympathetic because is an Italian drink like my last name. T e l l u s a b o u t yo u r fa mi ly. A r e t h e y a rt is t ic ? What d o t h e y t h in k a b o u t yo u r wo r k ?

They are in the pharmacy industry, but they’ve always encouraged me on my own decisions, and since I am working as an artist they began to get more involved with art too. What is Bu e n o s A ir e s l ike to l iv e in ?

It’s a very chaotic, fluid and artistic city. Like any big city, it’s very dynamic. We don’t have many economic resources but we manage to make things happen. I f yo u d id n ’ t l iv e in A rg e n t ina , w h e r e wo u l d yo u l iv e ?

I have not been to many places so far as to say which would be my perfect place in the world. I like very much Venice, Paris and Bilbao, but I think that I still haven’t visited the city of my dreams. What a r e yo u wo r k in g o n at t h e mo me n t ?

I’m working in a series of Miley Cyrus drawings. F ina l ly, w hat a r e yo u g o in g to d o a f t e r a n s w e r in g t h e s e q u e s t io n s ?

I’m going to watch some films laying in bed while having a chocolate bar.


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For some it may be a decorated peel that will rot in a few weeks. for others, a valuable artwork


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Photo graphed b y Richa rd Ra mi r ez J r . St yl ed b y Chaine Leyend ec k er Makeup b y Ma rygene Hair b y Liz Har r i s Model i s Devon @ v i si on & Jul iette @ photogeni c s

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D e vo n and J u l ie t te c lot h es by THE BLA N K DIO, g l as s e s f ro m FIND T HE

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Laur a wears per s pe x heart top b y LAUREN DAMELIA N , cashmere/wool s kirt by KATHRYN BE KER, ear cuffs by MAN THE LABEL


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richard kelly i n te rv ie w e d b y mik i nat ha n wo r d s b y lu c y h e n s ha l l po rt r a it b y Ch r is Rh o d e s

Beans on toast, yoga and Manchester United are unpicked when delving into the everyday life of photographer Richard Kelly, who’s photographed the likes of Grayson Perry and the Arctic Monkeys. A mysterious man, Richard calls London home and playground for his creative mind — we caught up with him about his upcoming projects and creative process.


my early work with The Arctic Monkeys came from spending the full day with them at their rehearsal room, shooting them in places they hung out and getting to know them, which resulted in some relaxed candid and funny shots


Where are yo u r i g h t now as you a n sw er these questi o n s?

i n d i v i d ua l a rt is t s a n d th o se c o mmis s io n e d b y la rg er c o mpa n ie s .

It’s Friday afternoon and I’m at home in my flat in London with a cup of tea. I’m doing my usual boring job of paper work (invoicing, filing etc.). I try to always do it on Fridays as that’s the most exciting day of the week and paperwork is the most dull thing to do so they sort of cancel each other out if that makes sense?

When it comes to larger companies a lot of the time they are looking for a universal look for their company. There might be a discussion about the overall feel of the images but they are more interested in what the images will project about the company rather than the people being photographed. To be totally honest I much prefer shooting personal portrait stuff or artists - singers, actors - who are either only just becoming famous or still unknown as there seems to be so many P.R. people to deal with telling you what you can and can’t do and so forth before you actually get to shoot the person in question when it’s a celebrity or whatever.

KNEON Magazi n e embraces the b eau ty of the world, a n d talented art i sts w h o have a vi si on . What d o you thi nk i s th e m o st b eauti ful abo u t th e wo rld?

It’s hard to answer this without sounding like I’m filling in a dating questionnaire! To be honest I think I’m going to keep what I think it is to myself as it’s good to retain an air of mysteriousness. What ki nd of m o o d d o you try to c r eate in your portr a i ts? Do you try to c r eate somethi ng ali g n ed w i th your vi si on, o r d o yo u mak e sure yo u k n ow th e personali ty o f yo u r subject?

In an ideal world I like to try and capture what the subject is about personally. That comes from talking and getting to know something about them before you start shooting although time isn’t always a luxury you’re afforded. I shot the artist Grayson Perry not that long ago and was really looking forward to suggesting some ideas but in the end had a total of 10 minutes to shoot him. The other the side of that my early work with The Arctic Monkeys came from spending the full day with them at their rehearsal room, shooting them in places they hung out and getting to know them which result in some relaxed candid and funny shots of them messing around and being daft together. Tell us abou t h ow th e process can d i ffer b etween portr a i ts fo r

H ow d o yo u g e t r e a dy to sh o ot?

I’m very chaotic if I don’t keep myself in check so the night before the shoot I do all the stuff you’re supposed to do - Check my equipment, charge batteries, look through proofs from the ad agency or emails from the PR just to sure what I’m supposed to be doing on the day. The more organized you are and prepared the easier it is to concentrate on just taking good photos and enjoying the actual shoot - instead of frantically looking for a battery and so on - while everyone waits for you on set. What o bj e c t - a pa rt fro m yo u r c a me r a c o u ld yo u n ot l iv e w i th o u t ?

I’m not very sentimental when it comes to stuff to be honest. Even though I’ve got a big display cabinet of curious and stupid ornaments that I’ve collected and packed up and moved with me countless times I still think I’d be ok to do without it if it really came to it. N ow a b o u t yo u r c a me r a . I t’ s n ev e r d ow n to j u s t th e eq u ip me n t to d e c id e w h eth e r a p h oto is g o o d o r n ot. Bu t w h ic h ac c esso r ie s h e l p yo u per fo r m b e s t ?


the more organized you are and prepared the easier it is to concentrate on just taking good photos and enjoying the actual shoot


I’ve always shot on Canon cameras, as it’s what I’m used to. I never assisted a photographer who shot on Nikon so when it came to me going out on my own I naturally bought Canon. From a technical point of view I really like to use Pocket Wizard radio slaves for syncing flash. I hate loads of wires all over the studio and the sync lead falling aout of your camera when you’re shooting is really annoying. Lighting-wise I choose Broncolor whenever possible. I always bring a small selection of Polaroid and old film cameras to most shoots, as it’s great to try different things. It’s amazing how switching to a Medium Format Mamyia Camera changes my approach to shooting a portrait. As it’s only got 10 shots per 120 roll of film you really think about every shot. When you’re shooting digital you can just keep shooting and it’s easy to go on and on.

D o yo u hav e a s s is ta n t s h e l p in g yo u o u t at s h o ot s ?

Always. As much as I like to be prepared on shoots it helps having someone that’s keeping an eye on things for you can just concentrate on the creative element. Ideally I like to work with one or two lighting assistants and one digital assistant. The more hands you have to help on a shoot the better plus it’s good to have a laugh with someone as all the setting up, lighting testing and take down would be so boring on your own! I assisted myself for 6 years with various photographers so I like to think I’m a nice one to work for as I worked for some real dicks! That said, I worked with a guy called Gary Steer who taught me everything I needed to know about being a photographer by being one of the nicest guys in the industry.


I would like to point out that one my favorite assistants and one the best I’ve worked with shot my portrait for this. His name is Chris Rhodes as he’s a really really good photographer so you should check him out. N ow o n to s o me l e s s wo r k - r e l at e d q u e s t io n s . What a r e yo u p l a n n i n g to d o r ig h t a f t e r t h is ?

Well, I’m hoping to get all paperwork done for 5pm then after that I’m going out for a run round Regent’s Park then after that I’m meeting some friends to go out drinking round Soho. I f yo u c o u l d e at o n ly o n e me a l fo r a w h o l e w e e k , w hat wo u l d it b e ?

there seems to be so many P.R. people to deal with telling you what you can and can’t do and so forth before you actually get to shoot the person in question when it’s a celebrity.

Actually I once worked out I eat beans-on-toast around four times a week on average so I’d pick that for sure. It’s been noted by a number of people how much of it I already eat it so I’m sure I could increase it to my sole meal for 7 days no problems. Whe r e ’ s yo u r favo r it e p l ac e to g e t s o me p e ac e a n d q u ie t ?

In the Summer I go to Postman’s Park in London, which is a really small little place that’s usually quiet before lunchtime. I’ve recently been doing Yoga and it’s great for switching off and not thinking about anything at all. If I could go back in time and tell my younger self I’d be extolling the virtues of Yoga in an interview I’m sure my younger self would think I’d become a right hippie. I f yo u p h oto g r a p h a n y p e r s o n t hat ’s a l iv e to day, w h o wo u l d it b e ?

I was originally going to say Jarvis Cocker but after thinking about it a bit more I’ve come to realise I just actually want to be his mate. So I’m going to pick David Hockney. I love his art but also his dress sense and style has always been so spot on From his pastel coloured jackets and specs when he lived in L.A. to even now he’s back in Yorkshire in his tweed trousers and scarves. It would be great to shoot him in his studio and also round the countryside that he’s painting at the moment and get to capture him at this stage of his life. F ina l ly, t e l l u s a b o u t s o me u p co mi n g p ro j e c t s t hat yo u ’ r e e xc it e d abo u t.

Ok, there’s a number of things coming up. I’m continuing my personal portrait project, which I can’t really reveal too much about, but looking forward to finishing that off by the end of summer and exhibiting somewhere in London in Autumn. I’ll be exhibiting some of my Polaroid work in Paris in July. I’m involved with an Art Co-operative Called Mill Co., which is a collection of photographers, illustrators and designers and we have an annual show so I’ll have something in that also. Commercial-wise some more of my Manchester United work for Epson is out in May. Lastly I’ve just left my agent so am hoping to sign with a new one soon.


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E le an o r wears shirt by JA DE NAOMI WAIN RIG H T, jacket by DA WN FARQUHARSON, ru cksack by KANKEN


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Golden Age Ph oto s & t e xt by As l i Kat ircioglu


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First day of the spring and Mel wants to get high -


Her own shape; her own sunshine.


Cover my face with flowers and play hide and seek -


L’esprit de l’arbre.


Wilderness and pink lily flowers -


I felt like the fairy of the Ottoman forests


Cherry Blossoms wonder things nobody knows -


Floating in the forest -


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kiss me summer


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Photo g ra p h e d by Lu c i e H u g ary Stylin g by Hol l i e Clark and Cas s i e Wal ke r Hair He at h e r Blaine using Re d ke n Make u p V i rgi ni a Le Fay with Ford A rtist s us i ng Fac e At e l i e r C os me t i c s Mode ls, A ni a Chi z a nd Nata l i e H o c k e y w i t h N e x t Mi ami

Nata l ie wears a dress by A ma n da Up ri chard a n d e a r r in g s b y F o r e v e r 2 1 , w h il e An i a we ars a hat b y F o r e v e r 2 1 a n d a to p b y To p s ho pa


Dre s s b y Za ra, Hat i s For e ve r 2 1, wi th S t yli s t’s own e arri ng s

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Weari ng sty li st’ s ow n d r ess and socks, w i th to psh o p sh o es


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ani a wears a To p b y Topshop, an d a H at f rom Forev er 21


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An i a ( above ) we ars a bik i ni top fro m Man da ly n n S w im, a p l a s t ic s k irt f ro m A me ri c a n A p pa r e l a n d a n u n d e r sk i rt from t he s t yli st. Natali e we ars b ik in i to p a n d b ot to m f ro m UNIF a n d e a r r i n g s fro m & Ot h e r S to r i e s

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Natali e wears a to p fro m Mandalynn Swi m, a sk i rt f rom Za ra, hat f ro m fo r eve r 2 1 and ri ng fro m sty list. Ani a i s wea r i n g sty list ’ s own bra lette and s ar a ski rt and n ec k lac e


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Top by Omen


Ani a i s weari n g ist’s own sk i rt, by nasty g a l,

a to p b y o m e n , a n d s t y l w h i le nata li e w e a r s d r e s s and sty li st’ s ow n r in g .


a n ia w e a r s to p a n d s k irt b y t w i s t a n d t u r n , s h o e s a n d s o cks are f ro m to p s h o p. nata l ie w e a r s to p b y to p s h o p, s t y li s t ’ s own s ki rt, na s t y gal s a n da l s , u n if sunglasses, and s t y li s t ’ s own n e cklace


Ani a w ea rs t h i s g re at top by nas t y g a l , b e yo n d r e t ro sk i rt. natali e w ears a top by o me n, a nd a s k irt b y To p s h o p.

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grow up Ph oto g raph e d b y G e n ov e va A rt e ag a -Ry n n Styled b y S o p h ie L illie & A le x F o ot e Mak eu p & ha i r by Sc a r le t t A m y J e avo n s -G o ld in g M o d e l is E m ily V iv ya n


E mily wears mo ha ir c oat b y REBECC A SARAH BRA DLEY, to p by A MERIC A N A PPA REL


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Em i ly wears m o ha i r c oat by REBECCA SARAH BR A D LEY, top by A MERIC A N A PPA REL


E mily wears p o lo neck by REBECC A SARAH BR ADLEY, p o in t e d h ig h h e e l s b y A SOS PRIMA L , d r e s s by COS


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Em ily we ar s mo hai r an d l e at h e r s k irt BECCA S ARAH BRADLEY, mo hai r c oat by CA SARAH BRA DLEY, to p by A MERIC A N

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Emi ly wea r s po lo n ec k by REBECC A SARAH LEY, jac k et by H A NNA H FLOWERDAY, s k irt by

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E mily w e a r s brale t b y A SOS , l e at he rwe ar n e c k l ac e by LOU ISE MCK AY, t ro u s e rs b y M A DELEINE AYERS


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Gloria wears plunge velv e t d r e s s by AE’LK EMI , cape (wo r n as he ad p ie c e ) b y BEBE SYDNEY


Glo ri a wear s h eli x d r ess te r flora h ea d pi ec e

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G lo r ia w e a r s d rop wai s t s h if t d r e s s b y MLM , s he e r scarf by JA M BAYLON


Glo ri a we a hannabel a less dress


ars a nnhil i ate cuff by A LEX A NDR A BLA K , angle boots by ALIAS MAE, frill hem straps by MLM, funnel headpiece by JAM BAYLON

G lo r ia wears flu x s l ip d r e s s b y NEO DI A , to p b y S ABA LS, E s t e l l e c r e w s we ats h irt (wo r n aro u n d w a is t ) b y NUDE LUCY, e mma n u e l l e co ll a r A LEX A NDR A BL AK


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eye candles Photo g raphed by Tasya K u dryk Styl ed by Yana Ch erv ins ka is M ir a Ma rchuk Mo del Mak e up & ha ir by Ch r ista b el Taivas


C loth es by YA NA C H ERVINSK A , JE A N GRISTFELDT, POLLY VELLER, FROLOV, A NN KOLOMOETS

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JEAN ANN

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i n t e r v i e w e d by vicky diaz

How were yo u a s a c h i ld ?

had to be as I imagined it.

I am an only child so I had to find my brothers and sisters within the neighborhood children. I always knew exactly what I wanted and what we could play. Building factories and labyrinths for our mice, bringing up birds or just something related with animals was our favorite activity. Mostly I was the director and sometimes I was even a little dictator because it

W ere yo u a lw ays in t e r e s ted i n c r e at in g ?

Yes! Always. It started very early with drawings, collages, sculptures... With 17 I saw the first Mac in the office of my father. It was a “Quadra” and I fell in love with it almost immediately. To work with the computer in a creative field was very

fascinating for me. That was somehow the foundation for my later interest in graphic design. What wo u l d yo u co n s i de r a n id e a l wo r l d ? Le t i mag i nat io n ru n f r e e .

A cheesy answer: That as many people as possible are able to fulfill as much of their dreams as possible…


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innovative, something that makes people think or something that even makes people happy than you have done a good work. Of course that´s not so easy and doesn´t work always. Bread-and-butter jobs on the one hand and heart projects on the other hand have to be in a balance – more or less. I f yo u ha d to p ic k , w hat w a s / is you r favo r it e p ro j e c t yo u hav e o r a r e i n t h e p ro c e s s o f d o in g ?

My LEAFLING project I s e e yo u wo r k in me d iu ms ot h e r t han d ig ita l . S p e c if ic a l ly ta l k in g a b o u t L e a f l in g - h ow d id t hat b r a in c h ild c o me to b e ?

Another answer: a ban on Ronald McDonald You menti on o n yo u r si te that to d is ti ngui sh betw een th i n g s i n li fe, o n e must under sta n d w hat m ak es c erta in thi ngs spec i a l. What i s spec i a l to you? Why?

My freedom of being self-employed. It’s a big gift to live in a time where you have so much possibilities to work in. Of course it needs effort and surely it´s hard sometimes, but you are the one who is doing the decision. That´s nice! KNEON Maga zi n e i s ba sed o n w hat is natural, rea l a n d ta len ted. What ’ s your favorite th i n g a b o u t th e world?

The diversity, and the chance to discover quite some places and people in a lifetime. Last year, returning from Tokyo, flying above Siberia for several hours in constant dawn, looking down and seeing this giant never ending wideness and wildness. These are moments in live that I am so glad to experience. Your work i s g o rg eo u s – c lea n y e t bold and hi n ts o f v i n tag e fo n t a n d desi gn. For ex a m ple i n yo u r pro j e c t s for Ma rgi t M o r sc h er a n d Lu stenau e r Senf brochu r e. C o u ld yo u g i v e u s a peek i nto th e c r eati v e m i n d a n d world of Ju li a n , th e d esi g n er ?

One major lesson that I have learnt at the Rietveld Academy is that the concept and idea is more important than the ethical result. I always try to find a new solution or at least a solution with a twist. If you have created something

It emerged from a never-ending interest and fascination in nature in general and the urge to find something in the realm of graphic design and “nature” design. But here as well: the aesthetical result wasn´t very interesting for me in the beginning – it was more like a side aspect. It was all about the idea. Later when it took the shape of a product the aesthetical question became more and more important. What s p u r r e d yo u r in t e r e s t in c o mb in in g s p ro u t s w it h s tat io na ry ?

Mostly the interest came from typography, probably my favorite aspect in graphic design. I wanted to experiment with a kind of unpredictable design principle - something in the realm of our penjet printer project, which two fellow students and I have invented at the Rietveld. In case of LEAFLING it is the unpredictability of the germination and seedling development, light conditions and the humidity. These factors cannot be fully controlled. They are adopted as design principles that influence the legibility of each letter. What d o yo u h o p e to g iv e p e o p l e wi t h yo u r L e a f l in g p ro d u c t s ?

A product with a good spirit. F ina l ly - d o yo u f e e l d e s ig n in g a n d c r e at in g w il l b e a ma j o r pa rt o f yo u r l if e in 3 0 y e a r s o r d o yo u have ot h e r p l a n s ?

I always feel comfortable in a niche. And I always try to find those niches. It’s this kind of exploratory spirit that keeps me motivated and curious. So, hopefully designing and creating will be a major part in 30 years. www.leafling.at


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lisa mitchell

Lisa’s unique sweet vocals and pop folk melodies first garnered attention in 2006, when she appeared as a contestant in Australian Idol at age 16. She performed several of her own songs, and her debut EP “Said one to the Other” topped the Australian iTunes Album chart when it was released the following year. Her first two full-length albums both made the top ten in the ARIA charts. Her songs combine upbeat catchy folk tunes with a voice so sweet and girlish it is almost edible; then her lyrics catch you by surprise with their insight into the lonely beautiful places in the human heart and mind. Here she talks to KNEON Australian Features Editor Jam Baylon about life, inspiration, and unicorns.


Who i s Li sa Mi tc h ell?

e v e ry day L is a M itc h e l l ?

Life is easier in third person. She grew up in rural Australia and always wrote little songs after school. Now there’s more countries involved and no more school.

I got tired of my fringe and decided to grow it out. Style is fun. Helena Bonham Carter is my style icon at the moment.

How old do yo u feel to day ?

What ’ s yo u r favo u r it e t y p e o f o u t f it ?

Age is bizarre. I feel young. Being in London is humbling. Tell us about yo u r i d ea l wo r ld. Uni corns and c u pc ak e fa i r i es allowed.

Everyone lives off the land in communities that we cultivate ourselves. We pool our resources and break down the power of mass media and it’s sickly consumerism. The unicorns are welcome anytime. KNEON Magazi n e i s ba sed o n w hat is natural an d r ea l a n d ta len ted. What’s your favo r i te th i n g a b o u t t he world?

My favorite thing about the world is that there is always something new to learn. French, for example! What drew yo u to pro d u c i n g m u si c ?

What drew me to making music, I think, was a need to express myself in my own weird way. It started off as a private ‘Secret Lisa World’ but when, as a teenager, I realised I was making twice as much money playing a little dinner-set than to have to work at Maccas (Australian for McDonalds) like everyone else as I was getting little gigs in cafes, I decided I was onto a good thing. Tell us about yo u r so u n d. Wh o a r e yo ur i nspi rati o n s, w hat k i n d o f m ood are you try i n g to c r eate?

I am so inspired by songwriters that make good decisions. Those who avoid the pitfalls of the commercial rat-race, which is a very tempting trap. People like Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Laura Marling, Ben Kweller, Feist to name a few. If you could play m u si c at a n y famous perso n ’ s b i rth day pa rty, w h o wo uld i t be?

I’d have loved to have played at Anais Nin’s birthday party, just to see all the shenanigans! Let’s talk abo u t yo u r lo o k . Yo u hav e a very si gnat u r e b lu n t- ba n g s lo o k , and an etherea l lo o k a b o u t yo u r f eatures. Do yo u th i n k yo u ’ v e fo u n d yo ur i deal ‘st y le’ ? I s th e per fo r m in g Lisa Mi tchell d i ffer en t fro m th e

Something that’s comfortable and effortless and a little bit odd. H ow d o yo u g e t r e a dy f o r a s h ow ?

Getting ready for a show can be madness but I really like to just play my guitar backstage if there’s some peace and quiet. If not I’ll go for a stroll and keep myself busy. There’s nothing worse than hanging out in the back room and picking at the corn chips and just waiting. Whic h a rt is t s wo u l d yo u l ik e to c o l l a b o r at e w it h n e x t ?

I am hoping to work with an amazing Jazz artist Madeleine Peyroux this year. Elton John is forever on my wish list. O n a da ily ba s is , w h ic h o b j e c t s h e l p to mak e yo u r l if e e a s ie r ?

iPhone. Headphones. Caffeine. Funny human-shaped objects. T e l l u s a b o u t yo u r id e a l dat e .

Paris, bike riding, some wine. What ’ s t h e b e s t t h in g t hat ’ s ha p p e n e d to yo u in 2 0 1 4 s o fa r ?

I am currently in London writing and recording for my new album. It’s been the best feeling - just that ‘Setting Off’ feeling. T e l l u s a b o u t t h e l a s t t ime yo u l au g h e d s o ha r d yo u f e lt yo u r s ix pac k .

This question poses another question - am I meant to feel my six pack when I laugh? Am I broken? La s t ly - w h e r e d o yo u s e e yo u r s e l f in f iv e y e a r s ? T e l l u s a b o u t yo u r s u r ro u n d in g s a n d t h e b ig g e r p ic t u r e .

In five years I’ll be 29 – shit. I want to be fluent in French, have a farm, a dog, maybe thinking about having some little ones. Gosh, would you feel bad if this question sparks a quarter-life crisis?


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Luci e a nd Ca s si e

Hugary Wa lke r Bl aine Fay Miami

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styling Cha in e L e y e n d e c k e r cleyendecker.com F r a n k l in H e a d e n franklin-headen.4ormat.com H e y J u d e Sh o p heyjudeshop.com H o l l ie C l a r k hollieclark.com I s a b e l l e La n c h id o isabellelanchido.wordpress.com Jam Bay lo n jambaylon.com Nao ko S o e ya N ic k i G il lo n nickigillon.tumblr.com Q u e n t in G u y e n quentinguyen.com S o n ia Cap r ic e ru soniacapriceru.com Tay lo r Sh e r ida n taylorstylist.com


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l e f t: j os e e mbe l is he s ove r anna dak i’s original image e xclus ive ly f or t his e dit ion of kne on

The Chilean born artist living in Berlin has a unique way of mixing his media; textural, vivid and dynamic. He collects photographs to embellish them with embroidered, colourful layers. We love that

his work is piercing boundaries, all handmade and touchable. Inspired by fellow Chilean artists and friends; Pablo Benzo and Chiri Elizalde we are keeping our eyes on his stitches.


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KNEON Magazine 10  

Welcome to the 10th issue of KNEON Magazine. www.kneon-magazine.com

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