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Patricia Black – Insider industry icon and New York’s stylist to the stylists. A true beauty and dynamic person. Has been an unsung personality who inspires many. She discusses the struggles of growing up feeling different from others for many reasons and how she came into her own through the fashion industry, where she first felt she fit in.

Fashion
Sacai – Japanese designer Chitose Abe who believes in the power of patience. The beauty behind “slow fashion” and striking a balance of doing things well.

Siki Im – New York Men’s Designer who expresses his struggles and demons through his work. Actively asking questions of the world and finding answers through his personal evolution. Beauty is honesty.

AREA – Young New York-based brand. Beauty is aspiration, but defined by function. Making local and finding a balance between the aspirational and the functional.

Makers (Craftsmen Profiles)

Yolande – Founder of Callidus Guild, an art for architecture studio in New York that works with Chanel, Tiffany & Co, Louis Vuitton, etc. Creates art applied on walls, panels, wallpaper, using plaster metals, pearls, resins, paints and anything else she can think of. Finds beauty in history and cultures.

Grenson Shoes – UK based Factory saved by Creative Director Tim Little after the business almost failed. 150-year anniversary this year. He’s got a never-give-up attitude about life and finds beauty in what he does. Loves the factory and the process of shoemaking in the UK.

Bindle & Keep – Genderless tailoring, they are featured in the new film Suited (yeah nice name!) and are based out of Brooklyn. Cares about making people feel comfortable in their clothes, regardless of gender. Beauty is not faking it.

Beauty Features

Michelle Harper – One of a kind fashion icon who doesn’t conform. She’s a beauty consultant who notably helped kick-start her sister-in-law Tata Harper’s eponymous organic skincare line. Her interview is about challenging the industry’s effectiveness of products, its integrity and evolution of gender norms.

Linda Rodin – 70-year-old model-turned-stylist-turned-beauty mogul. Interview is about her brand and how she’s expanding, as well as her own low-maintenance beauty regimen and the idea of getting older.

Catherine Walsh – Industry innovator and former Coty executive on beauty within. She talks about going gray young and how that changed the way people responded to her. She feels that the heart and soul of the industry is about empowerment.

Chris Salgardo – Kiehls president, amfAR activist, and recently published author. Interview is about his work with the LGBTQ community, raising money for AIDS research. Believes that the most important thing is to instill confidence to liberate people and allow them to feel beautiful.

Poppy King – Australian Lipstick Queen who is outspoken about the inequalities of the idea of “beauty.” Believes in diversity and that beauty in the truth.

Linda Wells – Former editor of Allure on her ideas of the beauty industry, what she wants to see and how technology and pop culture have affected our perceptions of what’s beautiful. .

Art

Rachel Kneebone – Porcelain sculptor. Been exhibited at the highest level all around the world. She doesn’t directly align as a feminist but thinks of gender and sexuality not as feminist themes, but simply as components of humanity.
http://whitecube.com/artists/rachel_kneebone/

Eduardo Stupia –Argentinean abstract landscape painter. Creator of his own graphic language, feels a visual language transcends a verbal one.
http://www.jorgemaralaruche.com.ar/eduardo-stupia/

Ibrahim El-Salahi – Known as the godfather of African modernism. Directed Sudan’s Ministry of Culture, then imprisoned without charge for months. Now lives in England. Focus is on his black and white works, which he considers his most important. He’s says no to 90% of requests.
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/ibrahim-el-salahi-visionary-modernist

Music

Andrew W.K. – Musician who fights depression by looking at all moments in life as a reason to celebrate.

Dilly Dally – Young Toronto band that channels their darkness to make grunge beautiful.


Features

Robert Levithan – HIV survivor and LGBT activist, former dancer and muse to many including Peter Hujar and Clovis França; photographed by, among others, Mapplethorpe and Duane Michals. Currently a writer and psychotherapist looking to inspire others to live to their fullest.

Devin Allen – photojournalist who documented the Baltimore protests. The issue’s release will coincide with their one-year anniversary. Since then Allen’s worked documenting Syrian Refugees, started school programs to inspire youth, and had his first solo exhibition, “A Beautiful Ghetto,” at Philadelphia’s Slought Foundation.


ISSUE 2
Model, artist and writer Myla DalBesio explores this concept of the Self for our cover story, photographed by Paul Jung. Her essay—a memoir of the body —reveals the essential connection between the inner and outer selves. By cataloging the physical, she lays bare the emotional.
ALSO in issue 2
Activist, artist and model Gail Bruce's passion for Native American educational causes is a lifelong journey. Photographed by Matthew Priestley.

Artist Sam Moyer's carefully salvaged materials, divorced from their utilitarian intent, allow her work an identity all its own.

Dior Homme's Winter 2015/2016 collection paves the way to the future by juxtaposing the traditional with the uber-contemporary. Photographed by Conan Thai.

Parsons The New School of Design graduates Jon Max Goh and Blair Moore mine their heritage for their award-winning collections. Steven Yatsko photographs their work alongside that of fellow members of the Parsons class of 2015.

Rick Owens brings his singular aesthetic to furniture in an extraordinary devotion to form and substance.

Cult retailer Maryam Nassirzadeh finds inspiration all around her as she steps out with her own brand of retro-modernism, exemplified by her Autumn/Winter 2015 collection as photographed by Joshua Woods.

Troels Carlsen's artworks, grounded in nature yet otherworldly in impact, arise from a collaboration for the ages.

Brooklyn Circus founder Ouigi Theodore talks American culture, gentrification and fashion as social commentary. Portraits by John Midgely.

Designer Marta Jakubowski's Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, photographed by Evan Browning, is a meditation on love, loss and reconciliation.

The Quann sisters—UrbanBushBabes co-founder Cipriana and electronic singer-songwriter TK—double up to take on the fashion world while photographer Diego Villarreal captures their singular appeal.
British designer Matthew Miller retains his punk ethos while navigating the business of fashion. Selections from his Autumn/Winter 2015 collection are photographed by Daisy Walker.

Deva Mahal, VBA and Meredith Graves march to their own beat as they make their mark on the music world. Portraits by Matthew Pandolfe.

Record presser Will Socolov, perfumer Blaise Mautin and milliner Satya Twena dedicate themselves to their crafts, in the process preserving them for a new generation. Portraits by Conan Thai, Diego Villarreal and Justin Bridges.

Photographer Hans Neumann captures Sara Cummings amid the stark beauty of the Icelandic coast.

In new work by photographer Nicholas Alan Cope, headwear takes center stage and the beauty lies as much in what is hidden as in what is revealed. Styled by Jessica Willis.

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