Chus Antón

Photographer Chus Antón captures, with help from his friends and creatives Gregory Clavijo and Ahida Agirre, the youth culture in Madrid. An interesting topic considering the political environment of the city. For Antón, it was important to show the dynamic of the place and how it's constantly changing: “I love the city and I'm still fascinated by this ‘chaos’, this ‘schizophrenic’ place where people with opposite ideals and ethics live side by side. It's like a kaleidoscope.”

Charlotte Heal x Mark Sanders

Giving a new meaning to the the term 'nude', British art director and designer Charlotte Heal and photographer Mark Sanders explore new aesthetics concerning the topic. In the series 'Contours', they combine soft fashion portraits with subtle nude silhouettes. The duo forces the viewer to take a second look by playing with pastel hues and different shapes and forms.

Sinziana Velicescu

In the ongoing series 'On the Periphery', photographer Sinziana Velicescu captures minimal images of Los Angeles, her hometown. Through her pictures, we get to see a new, calm side of the otherwise very stressful yet iconic city. Using photography as a form of meditation, Velicescu uses it to cope with the hectic lifestyle bound by deadlines and LA traffic.

Kelia Anne MacCluskey

I really love the work of Kelia Anne MacCluskey, an American photographer who makes daily events look romantic and sometimes even dream worthy. By using pale colors and portraits of young people MacCluskey portrays a naive and almost innocent perception of the world. For more sweet stuff, check out her VSCO page. 

comme des Garçons S/S16

There's always something intriguing about Comme des Garçons. The S/S 16 collection is no different as Rei Kawakubo surprises us with moody yet powerful garments. Exploring the concept of witches, "who are strong yet often misunderstood women" as said by her husband and business partner Adrian Joffer. Key elements of this collection? Definitely power and mystery. The mixture of fabrics, colors and volume leaves you with a feeling of "What did I just see? That's insane. I love it.". These photographs by Osma Harvilahti are the perfect tease.