Issue 18 NYC Release Photos

Photos from our release party at Mehanata Bulgarian bar in New York this past week shot by Travis Bass. Featuring DJs Daniela Lalita, Goodsafeperson, Sigrid Lauren, Taylore Moon, Ren G, D3ad6oy, as well as our lovely hosts Whitney Mallett, Patias Fantasy World, iceicebabyspice, Seashell, Logan Jackson, Travis Bass, Sam Lipp, & Meetka. Thanks everyone for coming, we had so much…

Chloë Sevigny X-GIRL

Published in Issue 18 Chloë Sevigny reunites with X-GIRL for their new look book shot by Monika Mogi.  Back when Kim Gordon and Daisy von Furth founded the androgynous, skater-girl brand, the actress and filmmaker was the original face of the brand, appearing in their first ever fashion show.  A post shared by X-girl_US (@xgirlus)…

Interview with Quintessa Matranga

Garbage Doctor Snow Car An interview with the artist Quintessa Matranga about her solo show at The Loon, Toronto by Darby Milbrath Many associate winter with the snow, cold weather, and longer days, but the season also brings with it popular holidays and the transition from the old year into the new. Quintessa Matranga (b….

Chandler Kennedy

TEXT BY ARIELLA STARKMAN   I am running to catch up with my heartbeat, as if I need to be close to death for the speed of its rhythm to make sense. Some days I stop and look around at the stillness—what I see are books lying awry, bottles that have been forgotten, notebooks that…

Statement on Shibari Performance at Montreal Launch

I’m reposting the statement I made on Instagram here for those of you who may have missed it or want to share it. This is pertaining to a party we did in collaboration with Phile Magazine in Montreal on May 19th.  I want to say sorry to everyone who felt harmed by the Shibari performance…

Ren G ~ Editorial Mix

My friendship with Ren goes beyond the stars and what our compatible zodiac signs have to say for it. I will never forget meeting them at Kellogg’s Diner for waffles at 8am while I cried about whatever life crisis I was going through at the moment. They comfort me, encourage me, and give me more love than…

Space Break with Kate Howells

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 BY KATE HOWELLS Jupiter, what a beauty. The curves, swirls, delicate shades of beige and brown. You don’t have to know anything about this planet to see that it’s gorgeous. But what makes Jupiter so beautiful is that it’s a gas planet. You probably learned this in school at some point,…

A Real Housewife’s Guide to: Dubai Malls

REPORT BY WHITNEY MALLETT PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17  You can buy lots of things in Dubai that you can buy in other places around the world: Tim Hortons Timbits, Louis Vuitton backpacks, Samsung VR headsets. In the malls, the stores are the same as everywhere else and the bright skylights bathe the glass escalators in…

Interview with Antoha MC

INTERVIEW BY YULIA ZINSHTEIN PHOTOS BY SASHA MADEMUASELLE I discovered Antoha MC when I was lying in bed with a sprained knee and my friend posted a link to one of his songs. I immediately went deep on YouTube watching all of his music videos. There is one of him reciting a poem he wrote…

DIY Special

Not sure what to do with your old underwear? Our Editor Olivia Whittick kindly teaches us how to waste not, want not in this simple tutorial: 

Jérico ~ Editorial Mix

Photo by Maiko Rodrig . Our latest mix comes from Montreal’s rising star Jérico. The Canadian Haitian producer makes experimental club music paired with Haitian Creole lyrics for a unique and vivid experience. Listen to his new EP ‘Walls’ out on New. We’re thrilled to announce Jérico will be playing our Montreal launch party May 19th at…

Andras ~ Editorial Mix

Our next Editorial mix comes from the Australian musician Andras (aliases Art Wilson and Wilson Tanner). Andras’ soft, new age albums Overworld, and 69, have served as psychological panacea in the past years at Editorial HQ. Haunted by the ghosts of Pioneer media players past, Andras comes to us with a recording laden with secret…

Siro Cugusi’s Secret Garden

Images courtesy of the artist and Galleri Kant Text by Claire Milbrath  Siro Cugusi’s Secret Garden showcases the painter’s trademark high-gloss, scribbly, mechanical masterpieces. Secret Garden is a funny exhibition title, said to evoke a meditative place of introspection and innocent pleasure, when in reality the works exhibited bring to mind medieval surgery, crude apparatuses, and sordid Guston flesh-tones….

Survivalist Art: Interview with Jillian Mayer

BY EMER GRANT Jillian Mayer is an artist and filmmaker living in South Florida. Through videos, online experiences, photography, telephone numbers, performance, sculpture and installation, Mayer’s work explores how technology affects our experience of environments and identities. DIY instructional YouTube videos and “slumpies” (tech inspired ergonomic sculptures) have become her satirical trademark in the art world. Her…

Emerik & Etienne

Photography by Yuki Kasai Pare Styling by AntoninaKallaur Models: Etienne & Emerik 1: Emerik: Jacket: Comme des garçons homme plus 1993 Etienne: Suit: Issey Miyake 2-3: Emerik: Hat: Yohji Yamamoto pour homme fw 1995, sweater: yohji Yamamoto pour homme Pants: raf simons ss 2000-2001, shoes: basics Necktie: comme des garçons homme plus, gloves: yohji Yamamoto…

John McAllister at James Fuentes

Images courtesy of the artist and James Fuentes, New York Text by Claire Milbrath cymbals of sleep uncurtain the night, 2018 Oil on canvas over panel, wood panels and burlap on the front only 8 panels, each panel : 72 1/2 × 40 1/4 × 2 inches “I was the shadow of the waxwing slain,…

Jetro Emilcar X François Gravel

Photography: Jetro Emilcar Styling: François Gravel Model: Laurence Fournier Beauty: Emy Filteau Clothing: 1. Wool Corset Jacket: Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière A/W 2003 Wave Pumps: Proenza Schouler 2. Leather Cape: Custom Vejas Tortoise Shell Bikini: Paco Rabanne from Resurrection Vintage Leather Boots: Radio Canada costume archives 3. “La Reine Morte” Dress: Radio Canada costume archives Wave Pumps:…

Four Pillars at L’Inconnue

Photos by Sandra Larochelle Photos  courtesy of the artists and L’Inconnue Text by Olivia Whittick “Never does one open the discussion by coming right to the heart of the matter. For the heart of the matter is always somewhere else than where it is supposed to be. To allow it to emerge, people approach it…