Two siblings from Iraq by way of Halmstad, Sweden find themselves in the heart of the Paris fashion scene. But in their debut collection, Namacheko haven’t forgotten how exactly they got there.
This season at JACQUEMUS, the designer is bringing Provençal roots together with Parisian chic. HUSSEIN CHAYALAN staged a homecoming, only to push things forward once more. MARI MALEK exchanged war in South Sudan for New York and act, while DINA NAYERI fled Iran to find out what home can mean, and to write about it. SWEDISH SIN goes back to nature, SPANISH POETS get naked, and LATINA COWGIRLS show pride. So come on in. Why not make yourself at home.
From the issue
A fun exploration of material moods.
To the countryside.
Iranian-American writer Dina Nayeri knows a thing or two about starting over. But can you really erase and rewind?
The Gucci mania.
Hussein Chalayan is the last of the great talents of the 1990s to remain independent. Maybe that’s why he’s as fearless as ever.
14 outfits, each in search of a musician. Over the following pages we show this season’s designer faves on Sweden’s hottest young music talent. Style is rhythm.
Rebecca May Johnson fears how her addiction to conquer new territory might have made it impossible for her to relate to home.
Does fashion’s respect for the human touch denote a movement or a fleeting trend?
Simon Porte Jacquemus brings the aura of a Provence childhood to all he does. What happens when the boy becomes a man?