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24 All That She Is — Federica Simoni

Drifted — Masaya Tanaka

Summer Day Dreams — Pongsathon Sangchanrung

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The Artist / The Muse — Osvaldo Pontón

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60 Her — Maona Micoud

I Just Want Your Extra Time and Your Kiss — Anna Daki

A Hair Story — Anastasia Ekhlakova

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Modern Monochrome — Christopher Fenner

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Free Bird — Ricardo Beas

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Long Distance — Nina Raasch

I Can Spot You for Miles — Simon Baungaard

Inside / Upside Down — Myrthe Giesbers

In the Spotlight — Roman Mashevskiy

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Where the Road Ends — Kate Davis-Macleod

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her Photography—Maona Micoud

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The Art of Carrying Eggs

Photography—Otto Masters Styling—Hollie Clark

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Letter from Editor — Nicole Gavrilles

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The Return of Rodarte — Danielle Peterson

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— Pull yourself out of your flesh. Burn down those walls. Uncover your bones and see how fiercely you bloom when you let your body breathe. NO. 16


LETTER FROM EDITOR

2018

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Femininity has always been the core voice of ONE Magazine. Over the years the style has evolved along with my style and likings – I always felt the true natural beauty of women in all shapes, features and forms are the most beautiful. The editorials in this issue represent femininity in many different interpretations because there is no one way to look at beauty. This issue involved a lot of time, work and rework. I wanted this one to be what I’ve always wanted it to visually look like over the past couple years but I never had enough time to get it there. The visual identity of the newly redesigned interior speaks to the breath and strength ONE has evolved into over the past eight years. As the audience continues to grow, I have learned and grown with you all. The magazine has been a huge undertaking for me as the years go by and I figure out what I can handle on my own and where I want to take the magazine in the future. As I reflect on the past eight years running the magazine, it has never been easy. Late nights, early mornings, constant anxiety on not 1 OF 2

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responding to emails sooner or on time. It’s a lot to take on for one person alone, and somehow I have been doing just that for eight years straight. Don’t get me wrong, I love working on ONE and what it has become for each reader. But this year was a constant struggle and I’ve become burnt out. So what does this mean for the future of ONE? I’ll simply put it as I’m taking a little break. I need to take some time for myself and recuperate. This does not mean the magazine is ending. I will still be managing the Instagram and some digital features from time to time but there will be no upcoming printed issues for a while. I want to thank each and every one of you for your excitement every time an issue is launched. That’s where the fire for me to keep going comes from. So this is a see you later – I cannot wait to come back fully refreshed with new ideas and ways to expand ONE into what I’ve always wanted it to be.

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Photo by—Osvaldo Pontón


turtleneck Calvin Klein, trousers David Laport, shoes Asos, earring & Other Stories. Opposite page — dress Les Coyotes de Paris, earring Wouters & Hendrix


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Inside /

Upside down Photography—Myrthe Giesbers Styling—Suuz Bisschops at Angelique Hoorn Management

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top & trousers Amber Willemztijn

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turtleneck Joseph, top & trousers COS, shoes Kenzo


dress Acne Studios, turtleneck Calvin Klein, shoes & Other Stories


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dress Schueller de Waal, earring stylist's own

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turtleneck Frenken

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dress Les Coyotes de Paris, shoes Asos, earring Wouters & Hendrix


dress Versace


dress Kenzo, shoes Essentiel

Hair—Blanca Murcia at Angelique Hoorn Management for Kevin Murphy Makeup—Carlos Saidel at House of Orange Agency for NARS Model—Dais at Jill Models Management Photography Assistant—Gijs van de Veerdonk


turtleneck Calvin Klein, trousers David Laport, earring & Other Stories

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all that Photography—Federica Simoni Styling—Claudia Gasparini Art Direction—A.C Artstudio

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leather boot Liviana Conti

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leather ochre dress Erika Cavallini

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leather jacket Twins Florence, underware Hanro, stockings Falke

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earrings H&M

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leather trousers Twins Florence, stockings Falke, choker stylist's own

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Makeup—Erica Peschiera Retouching—Ton sur Ton Retouching

Model—Kayla at Special Management Photography Assistant—Martino Gerosa

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leather shirt Twins Florence

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turtleneck sweater Twins Florence, underware Hanro, earrings Liviana Conti


Photography—Pongsathon Sangchanrung Styling—Chantisa Wuttipunruangchai

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shirt Rhie, earrings COS

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top & pants Yulia Di, earrings COS


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top & bottom Rhie, earrings Club Monaco

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necklace COS

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dress & scarf Rhie, shoes No.21


top & skirt Rhie


dress Parker, boots Chloé. Opposite page ­— top Yulia Di, earrings COS

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Makeup—Ann Benjamas Liendo Hair—Kazuhide Katahir Model—Kayla Gallagher at Silent Models NY

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dress Parker, earrings Kenneth Jay Lane. Opposite page — top Rhie


shirt H&M Studio Fall 2018, body Wolford, earrings Margova. Opposite page — tank top James Perse, boots H&M Studio Fall 2018, choker Isabel Marant, ring Margova


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I just want your extra time Photography—Anna Daki at Klaus Stiegemeyer Styling—Andrei Iovu

and your kiss ONE


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blazer Stella McCartney, earring Lilian Von Trapp, pocket square Charvet

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coat Pas Du Tout, shirt & boots H&M Studio Fall 2018, socks Off-White


beret Eugenia Kim, peacoat Max Mara, gloves Salvatore Ferragamo, pantashoes Blaenciaga

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blazer Joseph


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biker jacket Saint Laurent, faux fur coat J.Crew, shirt H&M Studio Fall 2018

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beret Clyde, top Equipment, necklace & rings Margova, pantashoes Balenciaga


faux fur coat J.Crew

Hair—Sina Velke at CLM Makeup—Loni Baur at Artlist for Marc Jacobs Beauty Model—Girls Club Management Assistance—Noe Lelou


shirt H&M Studio Fall 2018, rings Lilian Von Trapp

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her Photography—Maona Micoud Styling—Belishi

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coat Tiger of Sweden, dress Id Sarrieri, shoes Cesare Paciotti, belt bag StĂŠe, earrings Helene Zubeldia

tailored jacket & taped pants Each x Other, knit Ben Taverniti™ Unravel Project, boots stylist's own


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vest Rives, earrings Helene Zubeldia. Opposite page — jacket Rives, dress Afterhomework, pants Jitrois, earrings Helene Zubeldia

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vest Rives, lingerie Id Sarrieri, earrings Helene Zubeldia

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earrings Helene Zubeldia


vest Rives, earrings Helene Zubeldia. Opposite page — vest Rives, skirt Jitrois, earrings Helene Zubeldia


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Makeup & Nails—Lorandy at Backstage Agency Hair—Sachi Yamishita Model—Zoé Lou at VIVA Models

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The Artist /

The Muse Photography—Osvaldo Pontón

Styling—Ginger Cuenca

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sheers, mesh bralette & mesh-panel hipster DKNY, jewelry Sheinfeld Rodriguez from Dreams on Air


dress Han Wen from French Rebellion, jewelry Joanna Laura Constantine from W29 Showroom

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sheers, mesh bralette & mesh-panel hipster DKNY. Opposite page ­— sheer mesh pleated dress Litkovskaya from Dreams on Air, sheers, mesh bralette & mesh-panel hipster DKNY

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ring Sheinfeld Rodriguez from Dreams on Air. Opposite page ­— tulle ball skirt LM Haider from Flying Solo

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jeweled gloves Ali Haider from Flying Solo


Makeup—Daniel Duran Hair—Satoshi Ikeda Model—Katy Syme at Muse Drawings—Jesse Ng


lace cut-out satin dress Gwen Salakaia, jewelry Queenie Cao from Dreams on Air. Opposite page ­— stretch lace night gown Under Top from Flying Solo, jewelry Joanna Laura Constantine from W29 Showroom

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mesh bralette DKNY

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dress Tingyue Jiang from Dreams on Air, jewelry Joanna Laura Constantine from W29 Showroom


wool dress Malaikaraiss, silk pants Ports 1961, shoes Jil Sander


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Photography—Nina Raasch

DISTANCE

Fashion Editor—Charlotte Gindreau

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jacquard dot blazer Vivetta

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wool dress Malaikaraiss. Opposite page — jacquard blazer SLY010, crêpe de chine & silk pants Sonia Rykiel Archive


jacquard blazer SLY010. Opposite page — jacquard dot blazer Vivetta


silk shirt Ă eron Cotton, skirt Ports 1961, leather mules stylist's own


wool pullover Molli

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Swarovski dress Vivetta. Opposite page — jacquard dot blazer Vivetta

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Hair & Makeup—Natalia Vermeer Model—Egle at Le Management


wool pullover Molli

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In the Spotlight Photography—Roman Mashevskiy Styling—Ilya Fesenko

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coat, trousers & shoes Litkovskaya


coat, trousers & shoes Litkovskaya


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dress Dafna May, trousers & shoes Litkovskaya


jacket stylist's own, dress Dafna May, shoes Litkovskaya


jacket & skirt Dafna May

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Makeup—Arina Vinogradova Model—Tanya Churbanova at Number Management

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coat, trousers & shoes Litkovskaya. Opposite page — dress Dafna May, trousers & shoes Litkovskaya


dress Mhairi, sneakers stylist's own. Opposite page — scarf & blouse stylist's own


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DRIFT –ED

Photography—Masaya Tanaka Styling—Kohei Oishi (Sasaki Office)

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remake tailored jacket, blouse, work pants & boots stylist's own

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striped tailored jacket LITTLEBIG, slit denim pants MINEDENIM, tee & belted bag stylist's own


tailored jacket, taped pants, knit & boots stylist's own


chester coat & pants MAMNICK, tee, belt & sandals stylist's own


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striped tailored jacket LITTLEBIG, slit denim pants MINEDENIM, tee & belted bag stylist's own

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Hair—Koji Takayanagi Makeup—Miho Hamaya Model—Lina at Zucca Models


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Photography—Kate Davis-Macleod at One Represents Styling—Sophie Van Der Welle at One Represents

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ends swimsuit Matteau swim, earrings Zohra Rahman


top Margaret Howell, earrings Zohra Rahman


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bikini top Three Graces, trousers Gucci, sandals Ancient Greek, earrings Zohra Rahman


dress Roksanda Illincic, earrings Zohra Rahman


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dress Rejina Pyo, earrings Zohra Rahman


top, skirt & belt Altuzarra, shoes Maje, earrings Zohra Rahman


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navy pinstripe blazer 3.1 Phillip Lim, black silk camisole Céline from Albright Fashion Library, black shorts Gucci from Albright Fashion Library


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free bird

Photography—Ricardo Beas Styling—Rika Watanabe

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white ruffled shirt 3.1 Phillip Lim

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plaid suit Alexander Wang from Albright Fashion Library, beige strappy sandals Manolo Blahnik from Albright Fashion Library


blue striped shirt Monse, black trousers Vetements


red tailored coat Proenza Schouler from Albright Fashion Library, black silk camisole CĂŠline from Albright Fashion Library, beige leather leggings Balenciaga from Albright Fashion Library

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pink striped oversized shirt Vetements

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black cropped jacket Monse, white lace top Givenchy from Albright Fashion Library, red jersey leggings Balenciaga from Albright Fashion Library, white strappy sandals Manolo Blahnik from Albright Fashion Library

Hair—Kabuto Okuzawa Makeup—Yoshie Kubota Model—Inez Lopez at Muse


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I can spot you for miles Photography—Simon Baungaard Styling—Denis Bjerregaard at Agentur

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dress Whyred, top Notion of Form, boots Gianvito Rossi


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coat Paul & Joe, gray snake-printed dress Zara, gray snake-printed dress Emilia Wickstead, ear cuff King Jane, scarf (worn in hair) Filippa K

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dark blue coat & pants ROKH, plaid coat Selected, ribbed knit top Holzweiler, ear cuff King Jane


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bodysuit & mesh tights Freya Dalsjรถ, scarf in hair Filippa K

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dress Baum and Pferdgarten, tights Sneaky Fox, clutch Simon Miller, boots Zara


dress & pants Ganni, belt B-Low The Belt, boots Zara


turtleneck & skirt Arket, top Notion of Form, scarf in hair Filippa K

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turtleneck & skirt Arket, top Notion of Form, scarf in hair Filippa K

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coat Harris Warf, pants Paul & Joe, scarf vintage

Hair—Sabina Simmelhag at Agentur Makeup—Mette Schou at Agentur Model—Fia Ljungström at Nisch Management


white zip fronted dress Paper LONDON, small silver hoops (worn throughout) Maria Black


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modern mono– chrome Photography—Christopher Fenner Styling—Natalie Hubbard

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white bell sleeved shirt with black buttons Edeline Lee

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mesh t-shirt Helmut Lang, leather trousers Frame, leather pointed boots Bimba y Lola


leather belted coat Malene Oddershede Bach


white voluminous sleeved shirt Joshua Millard, leather trousers Masha Ma, suede/leather bag with silver hoop handle Arran Frances

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white denim jacket Frame, black triangle bra Eres, transparent white pleated skirt Freya Dalsjø, high waisted breifs Wolford

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leather jacket with white trim Mayra Fedane, clear & black plastic hat Stylist's own

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single breasted blazer & kick flare cropped trouser Filippa K, crew neck t-shirt Acne Studios, black leather studded belt Frame, cut out shoes with sculptural heel Yuul Yie, ring Chalk – Arco Collection


Clear plastic and black houndstooth cape EsaĂş Yori, crew neck t-shirt Acne Studios, leather trousers Masha Ma


cropped top Stylist's own, paper bag trouser Frame

Hair—Charley McEwen at Frank Agency using Bumble & Bumble Makeup—Irena Rogers Model—Antonia Haswell at The Hive

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jacket Arthur Avellano


jacket Arthur Avellano, trousers Rendl


plastic shirt Balenciaga, leather shirt Arthur Avellano, trousers Rendl

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gloves Balenciaga


gloves Balenciaga Hair & Makeup—Sabine Reiter at CraftUp Model—Iza Bielawska at The Fabbrica Milan


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bag Jacquemus, earrings Sylvia Tolendano, ostrich & guniea fowl eggs


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The Art of Carrying

Styling—Hollie Clark

Photography—Otto Masters

Eggs

The creation of this story began with photographer, Otto Masters discovering imagery of traditional Japanese methods of carrying eggs. Woven from bamboo, it was created from a plethora of shapes and sizes for this single purpose. Some of the pieces follow a closer link from the Japanese influence; the Cult Gaia acetate tortoiseshell bag is a modern recreation of traditional bamboo bags, the Margiela Tabi boots are a take on traditional tabi shoes and The Row leather clutch is influenced by traditional bags worn with kimono.

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shoe Proenza Schouler, earring Balenciaga, burford brown chicken eggs

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bag & beaded strap Cult Gaia, belt Roksanda, goose & leghorn white chicken eggs


boot Maison Margiela, bag Marni, brooch Loewe, beaded strap Cult Gaia, turkey eggs


bag Prada, cornish blue duck & old cotswold legbar chicken eggs

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heel & trainer Prada, ostrich eggs

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bag Cult Gaia, bracelet Vanda Jacintho, braddock white duck eggs


bag Cult Gaia, knotted cuff JW Anderson, pheasant eggs


boot Maison Margiela, bag The Row, earrings Ellery, quail eggs

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bag Staud, earrings Loewe, rhea eggs

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mules & bag The Row, emu eggs

Styling Assistant—Hannah Edgar Eggs supplier—Clarence Court


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The Return of

Photos—Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Words—Danielle Peterson

Rodarte

For two years, the New York Fashion Week stages have felt the pang of losing Rodarte to Paris. The Los Angeles-based duo, Laura and Kate Mulleavy, took an extended hiatus from New York to present during Couture Week in Paris and to direct and write their first feature film entitled “Woodshock.” Now, they’ve returned to New York to breathe new life in to a sea of trends, and what better way to do so then by having models rise like ghosts from the New York City Marble Cemetery.

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Rodarte Spring/Summer 2019 Runway, September 9th, 2018


THE RETURN OF RODARTE

" OV ER T HE YEAR S , R O DAR T E HAS MANAGED TO EVO LV E AS A B R AND WIT HO UT SACR IF ICING WHAT IT DO ES B EST. "

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The sister duo launched their label in 2005 and have since received numerous accolades and awards, but despite their commercial success, the Mulleavys are known to pull away from industry standards. For instance, when the fashion world says speed up, the Mulleavys slow down to focus on their craft. And in a time where streetwear rules the runway, Rodarte showcases looks that are feminine and romantic. In place of bike shorts, labels and graphic T-shirts, models walked through the rain with shoes adorned with bows, headpieces full of flowers, tulle veils and gold arm cuffs. Although one could argue that Rodarte stuck to what it knows for Spring 2019, the sisters certainly did not disappoint. Rodarte’s signature designs are looks that are pretty, embellished and floral but with elements that elevate them to make their clothes interesting and timeless. Regardless of what the season calls for, Rodarte delivers a collection that stands out from the rest, and the fashion industry has so much belief in the sisters’ abilities that they are willing to sit through a downpour in a cemetery to see this vision come to life.

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Over the years, Rodarte has managed to evolve as a brandwithout sacrificing what it does best, which is something special during a time where streetwear reigns supreme and designers are called upon to create collections as fast as customers can click online. Their upcoming exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington D.C. proves that this dedication to their vision has paid off. Their exhibit opens in November and will be the museum’s first fashion exhibition devoted to a single fashion label. In addition, the Mulleavys’ designs were recently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Heavenly Bodies exhibition alongside iconic looks from names like McQueen and Versace. Rodarte’s show and overall success demonstrates that romance and femininity still have a secure place in fashion. In fact, their collection serves as a reminder that in a time when women’s strength is being showcased, femininity should not be equated with weakness, because Rodarte’s looks were feminine, but not necessarily demure. The collection was for women who are bold and strong, confident in their style and willing to stand out. Rodarte brought the fairy tale back to New York, but in their story, the women don’t need a prince to save them, in fact, they don’t need saving at all.


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RETURN OF RODARTE ARTICLE

Spring/Summer 2019 Runway shots — Vogue Runway, photographed by Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv Forest image by James Harber for Unsplash Backstage beauty shot — Corey Tenold for Vogue

LET TER FROM EDITOR

Quote — Vinati Bhola, Udaari

BACK COVER

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