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In conversation with Madelaine Petsch
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In conversation with Madelaine Petsch

Film We had a delight speaking with actress Madelaine Petsch.       Madelaine Petsch is best known for portrayingthe fabulous Cheryl Blossom onThe CW’s TV show “Riverdale”. But that’s not all that is to her. She has her own, very popular YouTube channel with millions of followers, she designs her pieces for Fabletics and is also an advocate for PETA.    Madelaine, people got to know you as Cheryl in The CW's show "Riverdale". How would you compare yourself with Cheryl?    Cheryl is a very dark and complex human, like most of us, and I see a lot of young Madelaine in her ‘broken parts’. I would guess a lot of young people feel this way, but I certainly could relate to her trauma and I think my avenue into Cheryl has always been through her pain. She uses this facade to persuade people that she is confident, and I think for a lot of my high school years I did the same thing.    Which Cheryl's storyline would you describe as the most emotional for you?   Cheryl has been faced with a lot of hardships over the seasonsand I think the most emotional part of playing Cheryl for me is how desperately alone she always is. Even in a room full of people Cheryl is still desperately trying to prove herself and fit in. She’s never really had friends or a very stable relationship and she has no familial connections of any worth to her. She’s just alone. And that mental state, that isolation, is the saddest to me. I wouldn’t really call it a ‘storyline’ – it’s almost more of a character trait.   You've been collaborating with Fabletics on your own collections. What's your inspiration when designing pieces for these collections?   I thoroughly enjoyed the process of putting pen to paper and designing clothing for the first time with Fabletics. It’s a pretty terrifying idea, fully coming up with your own concepts for pieces of clothing people are actually going to wear. I had a great team helping to guide me through the process and they really let me take the design reigns. If anything, it’s taught me how much I love designing clothing and lit a fire inside of me to continue. I found inspiration everywhereand I would definitely say my first collection felt a little more ‘safe’, but once I got comfortable, the second collection I really went all in… even down to the type of stitching and color on the leggings. I would start withwhat do I think is missing in the space right now, then I would do trend forecasting since we designed almost a year ahead of the launch and then I would just start seeing what my brain came up with. There was really no rhyme or rhythm, it’s just whatever came to me.   You have your own, very popular YouTube channel. What has been the main purpose of creating it?    My YouTube channel started as a way to help the public differentiate Madelaine from ‘Cheryl’. It ended up morphing into this really cool way to connect with all the people that support me.    How do you balance your work acting, producing, as well as vlogging your life?    Because of my work on Riverdale I never really have a set schedule, some weeks I work every day and every scene and some weeks Iwork only a couple days. So depending on my week,I just do what I can. I'm lucky to be very passionate about what I do so in my ”free time” I'm happy to pick up a script to read or send notes on or pick up my camera to shoot a video. It really helps being passionate about what you do. You know what they say,”if you love your job, you'll never work a day in your life”, and although I don't think that's entirelytrue every second of every day, Ido think that notion rings true in my heart.   If you have some spare time, what do you like to do the most?   READ! Picking up a good book is genuinely one of my absolute favorite pastimes. That or getting dinner with a close friend.   Tell us something about one of the best experiences of your life?   There are a limited amount of things in this life I enjoy more than that moment between the words ”rolling” and”action”on set.   Looking back, are you happy with the way things have shaped up for you in the industry?   All things considered, I absolutely am happy with the way things seem to be going for me. I think it's really easy to forget where you started and be hard on yourself when life isn't exactly how you want it to be at themoment, but I really am grateful and happy. That won't stop me from always pushing to be better, though.     Our issue of the magazine is focusing on Freedom. Tell us what freedom means to you? What makes you feel the most free?   Honestly, it’s really hard to talk about freedom right now. There’s been a lot of huge steps forward in the world recently,and a lot of huge leaps backwards. With women’s rights coming into question so much recently, for exampleTexas banning abortion, I’ve been grappling with the idea of freedom as a woman in America. Freedom is the right to personal choice, to being your own individual. I often struggle with ‘mental freedom’ due to my anxiety. I really work on being able to enjoy the little things in my life without worry or heart palpitations. I feel the ‘most free’ with my phone off, my dog by my side, reading a book I’m immersed in while it’s pouring rain outside.   What projects will we see you next in, besides Riverdale? Do you have any other big projects coming up, outside of acting?   Over my hiatus I shot two films. »About Fate«, a rom-com with Emma Roberts where I play a career driven girlfriend who above all other things is just down right not compatible with her partner… she’s a little nuts it was fun to play. And then I shot »Jane«, a film I produced and starred in about the affects of social media and the pressures of societal values in college and grades on a high school student with anxiety. it was dark, incredibly challenging and very rewarding. I think outside of acting, I really want to continue producing and finding pieces of material to turn into film and television. It’s pretty much what I spend all my free time doing.     TALENT: MADELAINE PETSCH  PHOTOGRAPHER: JACK WATERLOT  ASSISTANT: SHANE ROONEY  STYLIST: CHRISTIAN STROBLE STYLIST ASSISTANT: MAKAELA MENDEZ  MARKET ASSISTANT: DANE NIKKO ALVERO  HAIR STYLIST: ROB TALTY MAKEUP ARTIST: JEN TIOSECO CASTING: TIMOTEJ LETONJA We had a delight speaking with actress Madelaine Petsch.       Madelaine Petsch is best known for portrayingthe fabulous Cheryl Blossom onThe CW’s TV show “Riverdale”. But that’s not all that is to her. She has her own, very popular YouTube channel with millions of followers, she designs her pieces for Fabletics and is also an advocate for PETA.    Madelaine, people got to know you as Cheryl in The CW's show "Riverdale". How would you compare yourself with Cheryl?    Cheryl is a very dark and complex human, like most of us, and I see a lot of young Madelaine in her ‘broken parts’. I would guess a lot of young people feel this way, but I certainly could relate to her trauma and I think my avenue into Cheryl has always been through her pain. She uses this facade to persuade people that she is confident, and I think for a lot of my high school years I did the same thing.    Which Cheryl's storyline would you describe as the most emotional for you?   Cheryl has been faced with a lot of hardships over the seasonsand I think the most emotional part of playing Cheryl for me is how desperately alone she always is. Even in a room full of people Cheryl is still desperately trying to prove herself and fit in. She’s never really had friends or a very stable relationship and she has no familial connections of any worth to her. She’s just alone. And that mental state, that isolation, is the saddest to me. I wouldn’t really call it a ‘storyline’ – it’s almost more of a character trait.   You've been collaborating with Fabletics on your own collections. What's your inspiration when designing pieces for these collections?   I thoroughly enjoyed the process of putting pen to paper and designing clothing for the first time with Fabletics. It’s a pretty terrifying idea, fully coming up with your own concepts for pieces of clothing people are actually going to wear. I had a great team helping to guide me through the process and they really let me take the design reigns. If anything, it’s taught me how much I love designing clothing and lit a fire inside of me to continue. I found inspiration everywhereand I would definitely say my first collection felt a little more ‘safe’, but once I got comfortable, the second collection I really went all in… even down to the type of stitching and color on the leggings. I would start withwhat do I think is missing in the space right now, then I would do trend forecasting since we designed almost a year ahead of the launch and then I would just start seeing what my brain came up with. There was really no rhyme or rhythm, it’s just whatever came to me.   You have your own, very popular YouTube channel. What has been the main purpose of creating it?    My YouTube channel started as a way to help the public differentiate Madelaine from ‘Cheryl’. It ended up morphing into this really cool way to connect with all the people that support me.    How do you balance your work acting, producing, as well as vlogging your life?    Because of my work on Riverdale I never really have a set schedule, some weeks I work every day and every scene and some weeks Iwork only a couple days. So depending on my week,I just do what I can. I'm lucky to be very passionate about what I do so in my ”free time” I'm happy to pick up a script to read or send notes on or pick up my camera to shoot a video. It really helps being passionate about what you do. You know what they say,”if you love your job, you'll never work a day in your life”, and although I don't think that's entirelytrue every second of every day, Ido think that notion rings true in my heart.   If you have some spare time, what do you like to do the most?   READ! Picking up a good book is genuinely one of my absolute favorite pastimes. That or getting dinner with a close friend.   Tell us something about one of the best experiences of your life?   There are a limited amount of things in this life I enjoy more than that moment between the words ”rolling” and”action”on set.   Looking back, are you happy with the way things have shaped up for you in the industry?   All things considered, I absolutely am happy with the way things seem to be going for me. I think it's really easy to forget where you started and be hard on yourself when life isn't exactly how you want it to be at themoment, but I really am grateful and happy. That won't stop me from always pushing to be better, though.     Our issue of the magazine is focusing on Freedom. Tell us what freedom means to you? What makes you feel the most free?   Honestly, it’s really hard to talk about freedom right now. There’s been a lot of huge steps forward in the world recently,and a lot of huge leaps backwards. With women’s rights coming into question so much recently, for exampleTexas banning abortion, I’ve been grappling with the idea of freedom as a woman in America. Freedom is the right to personal choice, to being your own individual. I often struggle with ‘mental freedom’ due to my anxiety. I really work on being able to enjoy the little things in my life without worry or heart palpitations. I feel the ‘most free’ with my phone off, my dog by my side, reading a book I’m immersed in while it’s pouring rain outside.   What projects will we see you next in, besides Riverdale? Do you have any other big projects coming up, outside of acting?   Over my hiatus I shot two films. »About Fate«, a rom-com with Emma Roberts where I play a career driven girlfriend who above all other things is just down right not compatible with her partner… she’s a little nuts it was fun to play. And then I shot »Jane«, a film I produced and starred in about the affects of social media and the pressures of societal values in college and grades on a high school student with anxiety. it was dark, incredibly challenging and very rewarding. I think outside of acting, I really want to continue producing and finding pieces of material to turn into film and television. It’s pretty much what I spend all my free time doing.     TALENT: MADELAINE PETSCH  PHOTOGRAPHER: JACK WATERLOT  ASSISTANT: SHANE ROONEY  STYLIST: CHRISTIAN STROBLE STYLIST ASSISTANT: MAKAELA MENDEZ  MARKET ASSISTANT: DANE NIKKO ALVERO  HAIR STYLIST: ROB TALTY MAKEUP ARTIST: JEN TIOSECO CASTING: TIMOTEJ LETONJA

In conversation with One
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In conversation with One

Music In conversation with Korean musician One.     Class of 1994, how was growing up in Seoul, Korea and who introduced you to the industry?   Seoul is where I was born but the internet was where I grew up. The internet is where I was able to learn about music and culture and art from everywhere and anywhere in the world. I couldn’t say anyone in particular introduced me to the industry, just the people in my own generation who shared the same thirst for discovery as I did.      Your style can best be described as a mix of rap and alternative rock. How do you relate with these genres and who are your favorite rap and alternative rock artists?   I don’t consider myself to be an artist of any genre. I relate to music as it relates to the world. I’ve actually recently been very much into jazz. Ornette Coleman’s ‘Change of the Century’ is the last song I listened to.         Why and how did you come up with starting your one-man agency, Private Only?   I didn’t want to be a part of another entity. I wanted to be able to be free and responsible and accountable only to myself.       Not only involved in music, but also active as an actor. In your recollection of memory, how did you experience these parts and what was the most fun and challenging aspect about these shows?   Simultaneously fun and painful. Acting is another outlet for expression but playing a role written by someone who is not yourself is limiting as well. So while it’s fun to experiment it was also difficult.     How do you approach songwriting and rapping?    My approach to songwriting and rapping is pretty simple: wherever, whenever. I only write when I really want to regardless time or place.      Who are your main references in terms of music? And what about acting?   Previously I worked a lot through referencing but recently I’ve deliberately tried to stay away from drawing too much from other artists whether it be in music or film. I’m always inspired when I listen to other artists or watch other actors but now it’s more of a pure appreciation that drawing from them as references.      What is upcoming and new for you?   Honestly, I’m not sure, whatever fate has in store for me, I’ll take it.     What is freedom for you?   Freedom to me is the dismissal of the identities assigned to me or projected on to me by anyone else.      Photographer/ Heejune Kim Talent: One at MGMT PRJCT Contributing editor/ Y W Lee  Stylist/ Youngjin Kim Hair/ Enoc Lee Make up/ Sukkyung Lee Casting: Timotej Letonja In conversation with Korean musician One.     Class of 1994, how was growing up in Seoul, Korea and who introduced you to the industry?   Seoul is where I was born but the internet was where I grew up. The internet is where I was able to learn about music and culture and art from everywhere and anywhere in the world. I couldn’t say anyone in particular introduced me to the industry, just the people in my own generation who shared the same thirst for discovery as I did.      Your style can best be described as a mix of rap and alternative rock. How do you relate with these genres and who are your favorite rap and alternative rock artists?   I don’t consider myself to be an artist of any genre. I relate to music as it relates to the world. I’ve actually recently been very much into jazz. Ornette Coleman’s ‘Change of the Century’ is the last song I listened to.         Why and how did you come up with starting your one-man agency, Private Only?   I didn’t want to be a part of another entity. I wanted to be able to be free and responsible and accountable only to myself.       Not only involved in music, but also active as an actor. In your recollection of memory, how did you experience these parts and what was the most fun and challenging aspect about these shows?   Simultaneously fun and painful. Acting is another outlet for expression but playing a role written by someone who is not yourself is limiting as well. So while it’s fun to experiment it was also difficult.     How do you approach songwriting and rapping?    My approach to songwriting and rapping is pretty simple: wherever, whenever. I only write when I really want to regardless time or place.      Who are your main references in terms of music? And what about acting?   Previously I worked a lot through referencing but recently I’ve deliberately tried to stay away from drawing too much from other artists whether it be in music or film. I’m always inspired when I listen to other artists or watch other actors but now it’s more of a pure appreciation that drawing from them as references.      What is upcoming and new for you?   Honestly, I’m not sure, whatever fate has in store for me, I’ll take it.     What is freedom for you?   Freedom to me is the dismissal of the identities assigned to me or projected on to me by anyone else.      Photographer/ Heejune Kim Talent: One at MGMT PRJCT Contributing editor/ Y W Lee  Stylist/ Youngjin Kim Hair/ Enoc Lee Make up/ Sukkyung Lee Casting: Timotej Letonja

In conversation with Maude Apatow
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In conversation with Maude Apatow

Film We had a pleasure speaking with talented actress Maude Apatow.     Due to COVID, the filming of Euphoria season 2 has been delayed. How was acting different now during COVID?     We were supposed to go into production in March 2020 and ended up waiting a full year before shooting season two. By the time we started shooting, other productions had experience shooting during the pandemic with safety protocols, so I felt very safe. It felt like production had everything under control. Acting during COVID has been really strange because there is a layer of separation between the cast and crew that wouldn’t typically exist.  That being said, I think we’ve been really lucky to be working during this time. Everyone is really happy to be back at work - it’s been a really great experience.      How similar are you to your character Lexi Howard?     I think we’re very similar in a lot of ways, but also different too. Sam has always written Lexi’s dialogue in my voice, which makes it easy because it feels so natural. We are similar in our demeanor, interests and sensitivity. But I think a lot of Lexi’s perspective and the way she looks at the world and approaches relationships is very different than I would. We’re both shy, but she’s more passive, and I don’t see myself that way.       How did you experience your own high school days?     I went to the same small school from Kindergarten through 12th grade, so I think I had a very different experience than the characters on the show. I was lucky to go to a high school that I really liked, where I made lifelong friends. I had teachers who truly inspired me and encouraged me to be a creative person. Without them, I don’t know if I would have had the confidence to do it.     Which of your recent roles do you most identify with and why?     I think I am able to find something to relate to in all of the characters I have played.     Who would you most like to play in a movie or series together?       I love musicals - I would love to play ANY part in ANY musical at some point in my life. I’m not picky!     Was there ever a time when you considered a career other than acting?        I was lucky enough to grow up with parents in the entertainment industry. I don’t think it ever crossed my mind to work in any other field. I did theater growing up and loved it. Later in life, my dad encouraged me not to limit myself just to acting, but to also explore writing and directing. I am currently developing a series and hope to do a lot more writing in the future.        What is it like working with your father? Do you feel that working together stimulates each other?        I want to be a director someday, so getting to watch my dad work has been really important and valuable to me (but he can be a little bossy sometimes!).      Photographer: Michael Schwartz  Production: Suze Lee Production Assistant: Jesus Meza Stylist: Anna Katsanis Stylist Assistant: Paulina Castro Ogando Makeup by Jo Baker at Forward Artists using Sisley Paris Hair: Marty Harper using Oribe PRO at The Wall Group  Set Design: Din Morris  Location: Malibu Canyon Ranch  Photo Assistants: Paul Rae, Danya Morrison Digital Technician: Maxwell Tiggas Editor Timotej Letonja We had a pleasure speaking with talented actress Maude Apatow.     Due to COVID, the filming of Euphoria season 2 has been delayed. How was acting different now during COVID?     We were supposed to go into production in March 2020 and ended up waiting a full year before shooting season two. By the time we started shooting, other productions had experience shooting during the pandemic with safety protocols, so I felt very safe. It felt like production had everything under control. Acting during COVID has been really strange because there is a layer of separation between the cast and crew that wouldn’t typically exist.  That being said, I think we’ve been really lucky to be working during this time. Everyone is really happy to be back at work - it’s been a really great experience.      How similar are you to your character Lexi Howard?     I think we’re very similar in a lot of ways, but also different too. Sam has always written Lexi’s dialogue in my voice, which makes it easy because it feels so natural. We are similar in our demeanor, interests and sensitivity. But I think a lot of Lexi’s perspective and the way she looks at the world and approaches relationships is very different than I would. We’re both shy, but she’s more passive, and I don’t see myself that way.       How did you experience your own high school days?     I went to the same small school from Kindergarten through 12th grade, so I think I had a very different experience than the characters on the show. I was lucky to go to a high school that I really liked, where I made lifelong friends. I had teachers who truly inspired me and encouraged me to be a creative person. Without them, I don’t know if I would have had the confidence to do it.     Which of your recent roles do you most identify with and why?     I think I am able to find something to relate to in all of the characters I have played.     Who would you most like to play in a movie or series together?       I love musicals - I would love to play ANY part in ANY musical at some point in my life. I’m not picky!     Was there ever a time when you considered a career other than acting?        I was lucky enough to grow up with parents in the entertainment industry. I don’t think it ever crossed my mind to work in any other field. I did theater growing up and loved it. Later in life, my dad encouraged me not to limit myself just to acting, but to also explore writing and directing. I am currently developing a series and hope to do a lot more writing in the future.        What is it like working with your father? Do you feel that working together stimulates each other?        I want to be a director someday, so getting to watch my dad work has been really important and valuable to me (but he can be a little bossy sometimes!).      Photographer: Michael Schwartz  Production: Suze Lee Production Assistant: Jesus Meza Stylist: Anna Katsanis Stylist Assistant: Paulina Castro Ogando Makeup by Jo Baker at Forward Artists using Sisley Paris Hair: Marty Harper using Oribe PRO at The Wall Group  Set Design: Din Morris  Location: Malibu Canyon Ranch  Photo Assistants: Paul Rae, Danya Morrison Digital Technician: Maxwell Tiggas Editor Timotej Letonja

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Exclusive editorial collaboration with Dr. Martens
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Exclusive editorial collaboration with Dr. Martens

Fashion Inspired by the streets they're worn on: Dr. Martens’ Casual collection, reworks their classic silhouettes (and core DNA) through a contemporary, urban lens. Taking inspiration from their forward-thinking wearers. Built from a tough-yet-light mix of leather and high-grade nylon, these boots are comfortable from the first step.     Dr. Martens appeals to people who have their own individual style, but share a common spirit - authentic characters who stand for something. Check out the collab with Atmos for the tarik boot where this can be strongly reflected.      Team Numero shows how to style these Dr. Martens in many different ways. See the preview of the story below, and get ready for the full editorial to be released in October. In the editorial we featured also  the boot with translucent outsoles which are from the Casual collection (Combs Tech 27112001) which are available HERE. While The Tarik boot is available in two leather and two nylon options: rugged and tough gaucho Crazy Horse, supple black Wyoming leather and black or gunmetal Extra Tough 50/50 nylon. Get your pair.         Team credits: Photography and fashion - Gino Gurrieri Hair and makeup - Danine Zwets Photography assistant - Mikah de Wolf Fashion assistance - Max Heuvelman Models - Alexandre and Quentin at The Eye Management Inspired by the streets they're worn on: Dr. Martens’ Casual collection, reworks their classic silhouettes (and core DNA) through a contemporary, urban lens. Taking inspiration from their forward-thinking wearers. Built from a tough-yet-light mix of leather and high-grade nylon, these boots are comfortable from the first step.     Dr. Martens appeals to people who have their own individual style, but share a common spirit - authentic characters who stand for something. Check out the collab with Atmos for the tarik boot where this can be strongly reflected.      Team Numero shows how to style these Dr. Martens in many different ways. See the preview of the story below, and get ready for the full editorial to be released in October. In the editorial we featured also  the boot with translucent outsoles which are from the Casual collection (Combs Tech 27112001) which are available HERE. While The Tarik boot is available in two leather and two nylon options: rugged and tough gaucho Crazy Horse, supple black Wyoming leather and black or gunmetal Extra Tough 50/50 nylon. Get your pair.         Team credits: Photography and fashion - Gino Gurrieri Hair and makeup - Danine Zwets Photography assistant - Mikah de Wolf Fashion assistance - Max Heuvelman Models - Alexandre and Quentin at The Eye Management

Exclusive editorial in collaboration with GANT
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Exclusive editorial in collaboration with GANT

Fashion We are very excited to be sharing our latest editorial collaboration with GANT.     Photography Hans van Brakel Fashion Gino Gurrieri Hair and makeup Danine Zwets Fashion Assistance Max Heuvelman Editor Timotej Letonja   MODELS Nino @ The Troopers René @ The Eye Management Alissa @Ulla Models We are very excited to be sharing our latest editorial collaboration with GANT.     Photography Hans van Brakel Fashion Gino Gurrieri Hair and makeup Danine Zwets Fashion Assistance Max Heuvelman Editor Timotej Letonja   MODELS Nino @ The Troopers René @ The Eye Management Alissa @Ulla Models

MOOSE KNUCKLES TAKES A TRIP INSIDE THE SURREAL  MIND OF DAVID LACHAPELLE
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MOOSE KNUCKLES TAKES A TRIP INSIDE THE SURREAL MIND OF DAVID LACHAPELLE

Fashion Helmed by iconic photographer David LaChapelle and styled by Kyle Luu, the Moose Knuckles FW21 campaign transports Emily Ratajkowski, Pete Davidson, and Adwoa Aboah to a frozen cityscape, fusing the brand’s characteristic Canadian humor with a healthy dose of surrealism. LaChapelle's signature phantasmagoric environments, including an 8-foot ice wave and a life-sized ice motorcycle, subvert traditional marketing techniques, juxtaposing the extreme with the familiar and inviting consumers to rethink what they truly need from their outerwear.     "Utility has a different definition at Moose Knuckles. We know our audience and we know how to make unparalleled outerwear tailored to their needs. They like to have fun, to have a good time, to create. And they don't take days off. We wanted to create imagery that would resonate with their sensibilities. David's world was the perfect fit." - Brody Baker, Creative Director     The campaign launches on September 20th alongside Moose Knuckles’ FW21 Collection embrace the idea of usefulness is reconstructed through enhanced fabrication and considered modern luxury design. Weight and permeability were minimized, while warmth, mobility, and personality were intensified, resulting in a range of premium outerwear and apparel for anyone looking to brave winter in the city while avoiding the "carabiner" aesthetic with a stylish appeal.     The campaign features the Comptoir Puffer and Tracadie Jacket on Emily Ratajkowski, the Oar River Jacket and Naufrage Jacket on Pete Davidson, and the Gataga Puffer and Afton Vest on Adwoa Aboah. The FW21 collection is available for purchase at mooseknucklescanada.com, Moose Knuckles Stores, and luxury retailers worldwide. Additional campaign imagery, as well as BTS content, will launch globally this fall. Helmed by iconic photographer David LaChapelle and styled by Kyle Luu, the Moose Knuckles FW21 campaign transports Emily Ratajkowski, Pete Davidson, and Adwoa Aboah to a frozen cityscape, fusing the brand’s characteristic Canadian humor with a healthy dose of surrealism. LaChapelle's signature phantasmagoric environments, including an 8-foot ice wave and a life-sized ice motorcycle, subvert traditional marketing techniques, juxtaposing the extreme with the familiar and inviting consumers to rethink what they truly need from their outerwear.     "Utility has a different definition at Moose Knuckles. We know our audience and we know how to make unparalleled outerwear tailored to their needs. They like to have fun, to have a good time, to create. And they don't take days off. We wanted to create imagery that would resonate with their sensibilities. David's world was the perfect fit." - Brody Baker, Creative Director     The campaign launches on September 20th alongside Moose Knuckles’ FW21 Collection embrace the idea of usefulness is reconstructed through enhanced fabrication and considered modern luxury design. Weight and permeability were minimized, while warmth, mobility, and personality were intensified, resulting in a range of premium outerwear and apparel for anyone looking to brave winter in the city while avoiding the "carabiner" aesthetic with a stylish appeal.     The campaign features the Comptoir Puffer and Tracadie Jacket on Emily Ratajkowski, the Oar River Jacket and Naufrage Jacket on Pete Davidson, and the Gataga Puffer and Afton Vest on Adwoa Aboah. The FW21 collection is available for purchase at mooseknucklescanada.com, Moose Knuckles Stores, and luxury retailers worldwide. Additional campaign imagery, as well as BTS content, will launch globally this fall.

Fashion & Culture Magazine Numéro Netherlands Launches New Digital Edition
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Fashion & Culture Magazine Numéro Netherlands Launches New Digital Edition

Fashion Luxury fashion and culture magazine Numéro Netherlands has created a brand new digital edition in partnership with digital platform Exact Editions. The archive currently encompasses 3 back issues, and will grow with each new issue published.     Perched at the crossroads between women’s and men’s luxury magazines and cutting-edge magazines, Numéro Netherlands explores an original vision of luxury. Each issue is innovative, transgressive, inventive and an experimentation of style. It effortlessly connects brands to art, design and contemporary aesthetic codes, reinforcing their distinctness, uniqueness and luxury brand status.     All contents pages of the new archive will be linked to facilitate quick browsing, whilst the advanced search function allows readers to pinpoint references to specific keywords at the touch of a button across web, iOS and Android platforms.     Numéro Netherlands is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:   Individuals: https://shop.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands Institutions: https://institutions.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands     Editor-in-Chief, Timotej Letonja commented: “We are pleased to be offering this new digital option to subscribers old and new. Our photography and editorials are displayed compellingly across both online and web platforms, providing an aesthetically striking reading experience.”     Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “Numéro Netherlands joins a strong roster of luxury magazines already hosted on the platform. It will be a brilliant resource for fashion and culture aficionados and students, as well as institutional libraries. Luxury fashion and culture magazine Numéro Netherlands has created a brand new digital edition in partnership with digital platform Exact Editions. The archive currently encompasses 3 back issues, and will grow with each new issue published.     Perched at the crossroads between women’s and men’s luxury magazines and cutting-edge magazines, Numéro Netherlands explores an original vision of luxury. Each issue is innovative, transgressive, inventive and an experimentation of style. It effortlessly connects brands to art, design and contemporary aesthetic codes, reinforcing their distinctness, uniqueness and luxury brand status.     All contents pages of the new archive will be linked to facilitate quick browsing, whilst the advanced search function allows readers to pinpoint references to specific keywords at the touch of a button across web, iOS and Android platforms.     Numéro Netherlands is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:   Individuals: https://shop.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands Institutions: https://institutions.exacteditions.com/numero-netherlands     Editor-in-Chief, Timotej Letonja commented: “We are pleased to be offering this new digital option to subscribers old and new. Our photography and editorials are displayed compellingly across both online and web platforms, providing an aesthetically striking reading experience.”     Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “Numéro Netherlands joins a strong roster of luxury magazines already hosted on the platform. It will be a brilliant resource for fashion and culture aficionados and students, as well as institutional libraries.

Exclusive editorial by Gino Gurrieri
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Exclusive editorial by Gino Gurrieri

Fashion Exclusive new digital editorial photographed by Gino Gurrieri.       Photography, fashion and videography: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri Hair and makeup: Danine Zwets @daninezwetshairmakeup Models: Roan van Oort @ Ulla Models @roanvanoort @ullamodels Jos Schenk @ Max Men @jos_schenk @maxmenmodels Lars Olofsen @ The Eye Management @lars_olofsen @theeyemgmt Photography Assistance: Rogier Alexander @rogieralexander Fashion Assistance: Magdalena Roe, Michael Geertzen @magdalenaroe @michaelgeertzen Editor: Timi Letonja Exclusive new digital editorial photographed by Gino Gurrieri.       Photography, fashion and videography: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri Hair and makeup: Danine Zwets @daninezwetshairmakeup Models: Roan van Oort @ Ulla Models @roanvanoort @ullamodels Jos Schenk @ Max Men @jos_schenk @maxmenmodels Lars Olofsen @ The Eye Management @lars_olofsen @theeyemgmt Photography Assistance: Rogier Alexander @rogieralexander Fashion Assistance: Magdalena Roe, Michael Geertzen @magdalenaroe @michaelgeertzen Editor: Timi Letonja

Exclusive editorial by Aicha Abdoun
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Exclusive editorial by Aicha Abdoun

Fashion “I spent the night dancing with my own shadow.”        Production - BO EXCLUSIVES Creative Director & Stylist - Oumayma El Boumeshouli Art Director & Photographer - Aicha Abdoun   Make Up Artist & Hair Stylist - Naïma Bremer Model - Femke Lakenman | Paparazzi Model Management Location - De L’Europe Hotel Amsterdam Editor Timi Letonja “I spent the night dancing with my own shadow.”        Production - BO EXCLUSIVES Creative Director & Stylist - Oumayma El Boumeshouli Art Director & Photographer - Aicha Abdoun   Make Up Artist & Hair Stylist - Naïma Bremer Model - Femke Lakenman | Paparazzi Model Management Location - De L’Europe Hotel Amsterdam Editor Timi Letonja

Exclusive editorial by Rogier Alexander
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Exclusive editorial by Rogier Alexander

Fashion Exclusive digital editorial captured by Rogier Alexander.     Fashion: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri  Styling assistants Magdalena Roe @magdalenaroe Michael Geertzen @michael_geertzen Max Heuvelman @maxhm_ Hair: Werner Amort @wernamor  at @julianwatsonagency  Make up: Wout Philippo @woutphilippobeauty  Models: Christoph Leitner @christophleitnerofficial at @imgmodels  Sep Graf @sepgraf at @republic_men  Editor: Timi Letonja @timiletonja Exclusive digital editorial captured by Rogier Alexander.     Fashion: Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri  Styling assistants Magdalena Roe @magdalenaroe Michael Geertzen @michael_geertzen Max Heuvelman @maxhm_ Hair: Werner Amort @wernamor  at @julianwatsonagency  Make up: Wout Philippo @woutphilippobeauty  Models: Christoph Leitner @christophleitnerofficial at @imgmodels  Sep Graf @sepgraf at @republic_men  Editor: Timi Letonja @timiletonja

GIVENCHY REVEALS NEW ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN FOR FALL-WINTER 2021
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GIVENCHY REVEALS NEW ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN FOR FALL-WINTER 2021

Fashion This season, Creative Director Matthew M. Williams continues to stake out fresh territory for Givenchy women and men. In his introduction campaign for the House, emerging photographer Thibaut Grevet offers a self-assured vision of beauty in all its diversity. Building on Williams’ first season's campaign by Nick Knight, still-lifes recall the vintage, product-centric magazine advertisements of the Nineties.       Shot in a cinematic, chiaroscuro mood, key looks, leather accessories and jewelry appear laced in mystery: whether shown full-length or in closeup, the images convey the House’s modern new outlook through an insightful recasting of House emblems, contrasts of volume and texture, and statement-making hardware.     Monumental proportions are steeped in elegance both lavish and austere, heightening the sense of personal expression and lived reality. Staged in a dramatic black setting, the futuristic glamour of the Fall-Winter 2021 runway resurges. From the dark emerges a striking cast from the Givenchy runway that distills the essence of the season’s silhouettes — the sensuality of shearling, softly enveloping puffers, a strong shoulder, sculptural knitwear — and makes each piece their own.     A feat of architectural form, function, and savoir-faire, the 4G handbag this season fuses Givenchy’s signature polish with a contemporary, urban attitude. Now revisited in soft, padded lambskin textured by perfectly geometric grooving — a finish achieved thanks to an intricate process of high-frequency wave technology — it offers an unexpected, disruptive take on era-defining favorites like biker bombers and Fifties-era car seats. Available in matte black leather or lilac patent leather, it mixes daring hardware with G-chains whose stylized links reflect Matthew M. Williams’ love of unity and interconnectedness.       The visuals has been released online and in print as of August 2021. This season, Creative Director Matthew M. Williams continues to stake out fresh territory for Givenchy women and men. In his introduction campaign for the House, emerging photographer Thibaut Grevet offers a self-assured vision of beauty in all its diversity. Building on Williams’ first season's campaign by Nick Knight, still-lifes recall the vintage, product-centric magazine advertisements of the Nineties.       Shot in a cinematic, chiaroscuro mood, key looks, leather accessories and jewelry appear laced in mystery: whether shown full-length or in closeup, the images convey the House’s modern new outlook through an insightful recasting of House emblems, contrasts of volume and texture, and statement-making hardware.     Monumental proportions are steeped in elegance both lavish and austere, heightening the sense of personal expression and lived reality. Staged in a dramatic black setting, the futuristic glamour of the Fall-Winter 2021 runway resurges. From the dark emerges a striking cast from the Givenchy runway that distills the essence of the season’s silhouettes — the sensuality of shearling, softly enveloping puffers, a strong shoulder, sculptural knitwear — and makes each piece their own.     A feat of architectural form, function, and savoir-faire, the 4G handbag this season fuses Givenchy’s signature polish with a contemporary, urban attitude. Now revisited in soft, padded lambskin textured by perfectly geometric grooving — a finish achieved thanks to an intricate process of high-frequency wave technology — it offers an unexpected, disruptive take on era-defining favorites like biker bombers and Fifties-era car seats. Available in matte black leather or lilac patent leather, it mixes daring hardware with G-chains whose stylized links reflect Matthew M. Williams’ love of unity and interconnectedness.       The visuals has been released online and in print as of August 2021.

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