Interview with Daniel Haworth, director of Saville Row’s Maurice Sedwell, for Dapper Dan’s 10th anniversary issue.
Interview with British boxing champion and Nike sponsored athlete Ramla Ali for Twin issue XX. Photographs by Joost Vandebrug for Twin magazine
Issue 20 celebrates a landmark in Twin’s history: 10 years of championing women and emerging creativity. Fittingly, this issue is packed with interviews and contributors that embody our independent and boundary pushing spirit. Who more emblematic of that ethos than Katharine Hamnett? Her radical vision has consistently held power to account and advocated for sustainableContinue reading “Twin magazine issue XX”
It’s midnight and we’re listening to the speaker phone ring 8,106 kilometres across the Atlantic, the whole of America and into Christy Turlington Burns’ office in California. We’re connected to one of fashion’s most influential names with a short introduction: ‘Christy’s on.’ As evenings go, this is an incomparable way to spend a night. ReadContinue reading “Interview with Christy Turlington, H&M magazine”
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Interview with Naomi Shimada, Twin online, October 2019
It’s a funny time for French fashion. The city with the most traditional legacy finds itself facing disruption at every turn. Male creative directors are being replaced, social media is putting demands on craftsmanship and Macron has arrived with sweeping reforms. But on the streets of Paris SS18, the biggest change is afoot. Women areContinue reading “‘In Paris, Street Style Disrupts the Fashion Hierarchy’, Culture Trip”
Feature on Athens’ thriving art scene. Interview with leading gallery owners and curators in Athens for the winter issue of Greece Is. An ekathimerini publication, released with New York Times International edition. Interviewees: Sylvia Kouvali (Rodeo Gallery); Arsen Kalfayan (Kalfayan Gallery); Rebecca Camhi (Rebecca Camhi Gallery); Daphne Zoumboulakis (Zoumboulakis Galleries); Nadia Gerazouni (The Breeder); JeanContinue reading “‘A Technicolour Canvas’, Greece Is”
A metaphysical investigation of the socks and sandal phenomenon, by India Doyle.
‘If something is well-made, it grows and ages with you; it becomes part of you. Once we begin appreciating better quality, the need for novelty wears off,’ posits Stamos Fafalios over email. It’s the end of the Sustainable Fashion event in Athens, and I’ve contacted him to find out how Greek designers are coping during these austereContinue reading “‘Greece’s Odyssey for Sustainable Fashion’, Culture Trip”