A new story ADAM : between the self and the other









Styling by Alberto Vegue
Photo by Laia Benavides / Dani Pujalte

Model: Adam Grunfreld

Vintage shirt, Comme des Garçons by Stephen Jones hat
Lemaire trousers
Yohji Yamamoto pour Homme trousers, California lifeguard beach hat
Vintage shirt, Comme des Garçons by Stephen Jones hat
Lemaire trousers, Vintage nightgown
Vintage Japanese Kimono, Yohji Yamamoto pour homme trousers
Vintage shirt, Comme des Garçons Homme Plus coat, Yohji Yamamoto pour homme trousers, Paul Harnden shoes

Traveling through the mind of child, all artworks by Shirley Elisabeth Loor





Traveling through the mind of child we can discover that is easy to be happy… we just have to pursuit it.


The Children’s Hour

How do you like to go up in a swing,
Up in the air so blue?
Oh, I do think it the pleasantest thing
Ever a child can do!

Up in the air and over the wall,
Till I can see so wide,
River and trees and cattle and all
Over the countryside–

Till I look down on the garden green,
Down on the roof so brown–
Up in the air I go flying again,
Up in the air and down!

Henry  Wadsworth Longfellow

Recode my Past and Future, Sunny Huang for Vertigine, travel issue

Bright mornings.

Days when I want so much I want nothing.

Just life and no more











All photos and video by Sunny Huang


This idea originates from my first visit to Milan, I felt a direct barrier lying in front of me, not only language, but also from everything else that stops me from blending in the surroundings. Then, I the thought of using literal to write on the photo to present my past background came to me. The literals used to seem familiar to me, but now bring me to lost; my work are portraits made of thousands of traditional Chinese characters to construct my personality and also recode my past and future.


Memories of the past and moments of the present by Susanne Sandgren

Memories of the past and moments of the present, woven together into one story. The tale of a piece that has followed numerous journeys and grazed the skin of many. Putting it on feels like going back in time. Reliving the reminiscences that aren’t yours, while creating new narra- tives to remember the next time the fabric covers your skin. Memories that someone else may sense in the future when it is their turn to promise untold stories that will infuse the interlacing threads of the fabric.

Wearig a piece of vintage clothing isn’t solely about the feeling of going back in time ina a physical aspect, but about sensing the storis that live within the fabric; the memories, the joy, the sadness and the love that spin arounf and embrace the threads surrounding your body as you let the piece encapsulate you.

A piece of vintage clothing is in essence much like a wanderer; moving restlessly from owner to owner, until it is so worn out and full of experiences and adventures, that it can no longer live on and withstand anther journey.
And all the momories will be washed away as the threads dissolve and its rich life eventually comes to and end.

Susanne Sandgren

styling narrative and photos by Susan SandgrenIMG_3946



Guizhou, Winter 1990, Stockholm, Winter 2015

Winter 1990
My aunt shooted these photos in a small village, in China,called Guizhou.

Winter 2015, Stockholm, she Iopened the yellowed album.

The people in the photos look like living in the Peach-Blossom Source, described in this poem.

“The land was flat and spacious.
There were houses arranged in good order with fertile fields, beautiful ponds, bamboo groves, mulberry trees and paths crisscrossing the fields in all directions. The crowing of cocks and the barking of dogs were within everyone’s earshot.
In the fields the villagers were busy with farm work. Men and women were dressed like people outside. They all, old and young, appeared happy.”

25 years later, 9000 miles away
I weared their costumes to shoot these portraits
When I was walking in the snow, I feel like I was jumping into the cracks of time.
Or maybe this is just a travel in another time and another place.
JiaJun Wang



One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things, Gözde Tekin artworks



new issue , new topic,

travel as a state of mind.

We start with the touching and poetic narrative of Gözde Tekin artworks, between the world of art an fashion, feeding each others.


The story of this work starts with my mother’s embroideries, that I’ve been witnessing how one single thread can have such beautiful transformation. I wanted to use this technique to my old family photos to revive the people in the photos and make them travel to our pres- ent. The rest is just creating a dialogue between these ‘frames’ and ‘fashion’, and give them a unique voice.

Gözde Tekin00




Namerikawa winter, by Jun Ishikura








There is a small town in Hokoriku area Japan, the name is Namerikawa .
People usually thinks that the town has nothing but Watasenia scintillans and mirage.
However it has more great things.
Before I started photography I felt everything ordinary there and
I missed some wonderful things.
Observe your life carefully and to try to see it from the different perspective.
The beauty of life is hidden and you might be able to find it.

by Jun Ishikura