I would also love to travel and work more in New York next year! Fingers crossed!

I also love investigating the sociological aspects of how fashion has changed through time and how it is used as a political tool. I love reacting to something current happening in society, perhaps collective issues or shared emotions, and express these in my photos. However, my photos are...

How was that training? When was the moment that made you decide to pursue your own fashion line? He first hired me as his personal draping assistant: I took very quickly to this way of working, and as it turned out that it's exactly how I love the create clothes. I worked very closely with...

"There is something in the air in New York", Tessa and Joris told DANSK Magazine, but there is definitely something brewing with the skillful brand MAISON the FAUX as well. The collection was presented in the famous MILK Studios, wherein a huge installation built around the theme "CHUBBY...

What's next? DANSK sits down with Christine to learn more. Where are you from, and what originally led you to fashion design? I am Danish adopted from South Korea. I have always loved drawing and making things with my hands. As long as I can remember I have wanted to make clothes.

We want to take it out of the bedding section at department stores and into indie fashion retailers like APLACE, out of women's magazines and into credible fashion magazines like DANSK. And more generally, we're hoping to become the most interesting, and undefinable, brand and company you...

The Nam Dger Apartment is a contemporary home embedded with industrial elements of décor. Inspiring sobriety and elegance, this particularly beautiful home located in Nam Tower, in the very heart of Tel Aviv, is the work of Gerstner Architects, an Israel-based studio involved in luxury...

We're in love with their coats and their unreasonably complicated name, and their conceptual research-based practice feels like a nod to Vienna's avant-garde era of the Wiener Werkstätte. As Paris Fashion week opens, we catch up with the young visionary founders Karin Krapfenbauer and Markus...

DANSK invited Luigi Vitali, editor-in-chief and publisher of DUST Magazine, to talk about a creative industry that has a variety of challenges as well as opportunities to manage, navigating a globalizing world, social media and a digitally enabled youth culture. Vitali's experience in...

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