Interviews

The mastermind behind Lately is Nathan Broaddus, a twenty-one-year-old college student from Charlottesville, Virginia. We talked to him about why instrumental music has the power to be a unique and personal experience for each person that hears it.

The hustle of 7th Avenue is certainly different nowadays. The guys who would catcall every woman as they weaved their racks of newly finished garments around the Pontiacs and Checker cabs went the same way the cars did. Fabric delivery vans drove off and in their place are gourmet food trucks.

Keep Company is a collaboration between Sweden’s reluctant ”Queen of soul” Titiyo and pop maestro Theodor Jensen. The duos self titled debut received great reviews across the board and the spring/summer live shows have been equally well received.

Kat Burki is a woman you want to know. She exudes a beautiful and intelligent sophistication and she lends that to every facet of her company. To go into her new store is a breath of fresh air and to go to Kat Burki online is a beautiful place to get lost for hours.

Timothy graced us with an interview in which he relays some of his first experiences starting out in the industry, how his childhood has shaped his drive to create in the industry, and shares his views on how technology may shape the future of fashion.

Daniel Haim sits down with Daniel P. Dykes, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Fashionising.com to discuss the growing influence of new media, the definition of an icon and what the future holds for him & his company.

Not too shabby for a university dropout barely in his 20s. Daniel has a chat with London based photographer Elliott Morgan about what makes him tick, his skin deep love of Nikon and his upcoming projects.

Constantly keeping an eye out for innovation and change in the domains of art and design, the Editor-in-Charge at Taschen shares what inspires him, what has shaped his career so far and what the future holds for publishing.

Lucy Folk is young, vibrant Melbourne based jewelry designer, who bases her stand-out designs around food – nibbles, pasta and seafood! Her current collection is based on Mexican dishes, titled Taqueria. The taco pieces in particular are incredible.

The first impressions from Marlon upon seeing The Empire, are described as more of an emotion than a thought. ‘It was definitely a feeling that meant music in some way’. Most people when they go in there describe it in many ways. A spiritual feeling if you like, a calm.. But its more the sound of silence which you notice.

Well, If I had to describe Dave MacDowell, he’s an absolute genius – he cultivates a story into his painting, while not hinting too much what it is, you’d have to be stupid to not realize that it’s all references to whats happening with today’s world.