Yellow Animal

Photography: Ko Myunghun
Styling: Lee Pillsung
Hair and make up: Lee Jieun
Model: Yun Hoseok

Blue jacket INOK CHUNG
Stripe pants PALETTE
White shirts INOK CHUNG
Black shoes DIOR HOMME
Green coat INOK CHUNG
White shirts INOK CHUNG
Silver shoes SAINT LAURENT

Nine hours

Fashion editorial: shot by Fabio Bozzetti, style Viviana Graziano

Photography by Fabio Bozzetti

Style Viviana Graziano

Models: Mara @Monster; Anna and Svetlana @MP Management; Ragnhild @IMG

MUA: Alexandra Ghervasuc

Hair: Filomena Perretta

Love & Vanity

Fashion editorial from Warsaw.

Photo: Krystian Lipiec
Model: Lukasz – actor
Grzegorz – young artist
Retouch: Dawid Zadlo / Kreski Corp.
Green trousers and blue shirt designed by Alicia Konarska
White t-shirt by H&M and black shorts by Wrangler


Photography by Alexander Van Keulen.

Styling: Alana Knight
Makeup: Eldridge Mullenhof
Photographer: Alexander Van Keulen

L'asino d'oro

Thesis project of IED students.

The project has as main objective to make a contemporary reinterpretation of the Latin novel “The Metamorphosis” or “The Golden Ass” written by Lucius Apuleio around the second century A.D.
Photographer: Davide Francesco Cabra
Stylist: Marco Fusari Imperatore; Johnny Dias Fonseca Claudia Cassina & Leonardo Bertelli, Giulia Achenza, Giorgia Trematerra
Model: Marco & Riccardo, Luca
Make Up: Elis Ferranti, Ksenia Julia B @boomtheagency


Thesis project of IED students.

Photographer: Simone Lorusso
Stylist: Olimpia Ballu, Giovanna Mazzola, Pippi Kong
Stylist assistant: Enrico Niccolini
Models: Sebas and Alexandre from Urban Models, Gianluca from Why Not Model, Tim Haije and Dennis Van Schuppen from D’Managment, Costin from Brave Model, Artemii from Nologo Model Management
Grooming: Lisa Lionello, Sara Zenga


To discover by searching.

Foulart is a project made by Francesca Vigna who works as creative consultant and vintage selector between Paris and Milan. Her textile knowledge and trends sensibility pushed Francesca to create FOULART, headbands-turbans made in Paris. Every piece is unique, with its story. FOULART is a vintage project: these accessories are second-hand foulards, scarfs or garments that regain strength thanks to this new shape.

It’s been decided to shoot FOULART with different look and styling, to show how versatile and fresh an headband can be. All the pieces are Francesca’s vintage selection.

I am a vintage selector and creative consultant with a deep sensibility on trends and an acquired knowledge of historical and contemporary fashion brands.

I’ve been forecasting trends through vintage since 2003 and I’ve been working for international companies while simultaneously teaching at the collegiate level.

In 2013 I founded Rommageroom – a multidisciplinary project that shows my aim to tell stories, select vintage, create styling, decorate and give a new chance to vintage and second-hand.

For IED Moda Milano I’ve created a course which is the only one of its kind in Italy. It is giving the tools to develop creative research books and paths to be followed by fashion designers, stylists, and fashion communicators.

You can have a look to her project on

For informations and orders contact :

photo: A+M (Anna Montesi+Mattia Mirandola)

style: Elisa Anastasino

hair: Liv Holst

make up: Ai Cho


The bodies of love.

I knew them by chance. A social network or something like that. Jean invited me to join a yoga class and I, conscious of my strong limits in the practice, accepted anyway. When I arrived, obviously in late, I discovered a beautiful apartment with huge rooms and in one of those there was the yoga group. It was a super strong experience, intense, tragic in a way, but so powerful that I decided to join the class again. After few times, I just felt the right energy, so I asked Kim and Jean if they would have liked to be part of a shooting. But not a classical one, shiny, poser or whatever, just some real pictures taken in thier home and whitout posing or acting. Just them, just Kim and Jean, just their real love, just during their last day in that flat. The answer was: “Yes, why not?!”.
So, we joined together and made love. All the rest is in the pictures.

Who are you?
J: I’m french, born in 1974 in Dijon, in a couple of months I’ll be 40. I lived 11 years in the US where I became a yoga teacher and massage therapist.
K: I am Kim. I’m a 36 years old British-Italian bohemian with a passion for politics and chocolate.

How and where did you meet the first time?
J: We met on gay romeo and then in person in Berlin on June 13th. 2013.
K: We met briefly in Berlin, through a dating site, and I invited Jean over for dinner one night just before leaving for England. We stayed in touch and I invited Jean to join me in England at a friend’s stately home in Oxfordshire. I picked Jean up from the station by boat and rowed him home across the Thames. It was the afternoon of the 9th. of July 2013, the hottest English Summer in over a hundred years, and I’d like to think that our meeting had something to do with it… We’ve been a couple ever since and moved in together that very same day.

One thought you’ve never said about your country.
J: France could be a land of opportunity…
K: I am quite sure that I have exhausted all my thoughts about both Italy and England.

How much is important for you money?
J: I need enough to eat, to take the train to go visit my family and go to the movies!
K: Not much. It has always been a secondary worry for me. I came from a family with very little money and we always did fine, hence I have never prioritised earning money over other activities that were closer to my heart. I realised through experience that money always comes to me when I need it.

What do you love the most in your partner.
J: His sensitivity.
K: Too many to list, but first and foremost his patience, as there wouldn’t be a relationship without it.

What do you hate the most in your partner.
J: How he gets agitated when a crititcal situation would require to stay calm.
K: There is nothing I ‘detest’ about Jean, but his poorly time-management skills have been know to create havoc in the relationship.

A song or a rhyme you sang when child.
J: Whistle Flute Concerto by Vivaldi.
K: I used to love singing Mozart’s “Le Nozze di Figaro”: “Figaro qua, Figaro là, Figaro su, Figaro giù, Figaro, Figaro, Fiiiiiiiiigaro!”… You get the idea of what kind of child I was!

Clothes by:
American Apparel
Daniele Alessandrini
Kim’s and Jean’s own

Interview: Antonio Moscogiuri

I know that now you are far from Berlin, what did it mean for you this city?
J: For me, Berlin meant focussing on the priority of working to improve my relationship with myself, the communication with the heart and the positive aspects of my personality. In Berlin, I found the help and the motivation I needed. However, the city was too intense for me and it was necessary to leave.
K: Berlin changed my life and profoundly changed me inside. I have lived all over the world but no other city, with the exception of New York perhaps, has been as intense, stimulating, challenging, emotionally exhausting and esoterically magical as Berlin has been. Its turbulent history, its unspoken pain and its incessant celebration of life, its post-apocalyptic aesthetics, its über radical politics, its strong sex appeal, and – needless to say – because of Berghain!

How and why did you have the idea of creating Kreuzkoelln Yoga Collective?
J: The idea came from Kim who had had a similar experience in his previous apartment. With other yoga teachers, we create this structure in our Neukölln apartment to allow the people who couldn’t pay 10 € or 15 € in other studios to gain access to the benefits of yoga too. Kim also created the collective to allow me to work from home, use the beautiful space and have an income this way.
K: I had the idea of starting a yoga collective in the flat as I always believed in challenging the privacy that is often associated with the hetero-normative conception of the ‘home’. Like many of my yoga teacher friends in Berlin, Jean was looking for a space to teach and the size and location of the flat lent themselves perfectly to the idea of hosting a yoga collective.
Moreover, Kreuzkolln had recently been hit by a wave of gentrification that was leaving many of its immigrant and bohemian inhabitant homeless, including many of the yoga studios that had popped out in the neighbourhood and catered for a more middle-class clientele.
As a progressive household living in one of those (now) rare huge Berlin flats, it wasn’t difficult to convince my housemates to support the idea of hosting yoga classes in the house. By running the collective on a donation basis (some people would bring us apples or incenses as a form of payment), it took us just two weeks to fill the classes and we were encouraged to increase the number of classes to the point of running classes on a daily basis (sometimes twice a day) and hosting workshops at the week-end. It was a pity that eventually we too had to leave as a result of the ridiculous rent increases (by € 1000 a months in our case) that were transforming Neukolln overnight.

A sexual phantasy you still didn’t explore.
J: A huge gang bang.
K: Fisting.

Hands or feet?
J: Hands.
K: Hands.

Chest or pube?
J: Chest.
K: Chest.

Your favorite pizza?
J: Fresh tomatoes, rucola and fresh parmesan.
K: Napoli, but with buffalo mozzarella.

Omnivorous, vegetarian or vegan?
J: Vegetarian, I love cheese too much!
K: Ideally vegan, most of the time vegetarian, and occasionally “fishetarian”, but never carnivorous.

If Jean could be Kim and Kim Jean, what would you do with the other’s body?
J: Give him the experience of enjoying bottoming.
K: No comment!

Are you able to imagine you both within thirty years?
J: Yes, the perspective of aging together suits me well.
K: I do it all the time!

The first three things you do when awake.
J: Say good morning my love, kiss and hug.
K: I search for him with my hands and feet under the duvet, with my eyes still closed, I then look at him and when he looks back I smile at him. It has been like this every morning since we first met.