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Currently based in Los Angeles, Katy Shayne documents everything from street trash, Texas funeral homes, two-step saloons, fashion objects, artists and their interiors.
Hélène is a fashion editorial shot by David Kavaler featuring accessories by PERLENSAU.
Liang Hong is a Chinese photographer interested in exploring the relationship between people and the environment surrounding them bringing light changes and unexpected weather conditions into his photographs.
Giulia Mazza is a photographer and visual artist based in Bologna. Her visual language delves into the confused relationship between reality and subconsciousness, paying particular attention to the perception and interpretation of identity.
Park Jungwoo is a photographer who loves shadow over light, finds inspiration in punk music and observing daily life and feels drawn to the brilliant beauty of ordinary moments. It is no surprise his work is a feast of colors and shapes.
Lauren Tugwell’s images focus on various subjects and her distinct vision. Her original style is tangible; her images are strong, beautiful and cinematic.
YongQing Li is a China-born photographer, currently living and working in Milano. She is currently focusing on fashion photography trying to blend cultures and inspire people to a more positive mindset.
Raquel Xallas is a photographer, video artist and self-proclaimed Drama Queen who is shooting to explore perceptions of beauty. Fascinated by all that glitters, she uses shiny things to bring this magic into her work.
Rodrigo Oliveira is a portrait photographer based in Rio de Janeiro. His photographs empower a minority within minority group often marginalised, aiming to deconstruct the misrepresentation of queer bodies in the media through the expression of queer culture, gender-bending identities and social resistance.
Little Sunny Bite teams up for the second time with trademark Japanese brand Pink House to celebrate their upcoming 50 years anniversary. The designer created an original Little Sunny Bite version of Pink House’s signature flower prints and added characteristic casual vibes to the collection.
In their work Midnight Dinner, Fousti Lame employs their experiences and memories to question the heteronormative matrix and the use of gender specific words.