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Tuesday July 26, 2011 9:10 am

In Moscow they have it. In Brighton Beach they probably have it. I bet even Andrey Borisenko has it. Manhattan on the other hand likely won’t have it until Madison Avenue launches some sort of très chic glasnost reboot. But what is it they all have? I am talking about the August 2011 issue of Vogue Россия that carries a twelve-page editorial by photographer Ben Toms that features Ford’s Alana Zimmer

Thursday July 21, 2011 5:33 pm

The two hundredth issue of Dazed & Confused is finally on newsstands in Manhattan and rather majestically announces itself with a fancy guest-editor in Iceland’s answer to ubiquity, Björk. The August 2011 issue has its normal features including fashion, music, and everything else, but those that deal with Björk’s forthcoming Biophilia have the feel of an elaborate CD-booklet-cum-Nature-extract. 

Thursday July 21, 2011 10:55 am

Although this page typically busies itself with foreign fare that does not also mean there isn’t any room for a domestic dish now and then. And fresh from the short order cook with Hearst Corporation on her foundation-smudged name tag is an Elle August 2011 editorial featuring Ford’s Ranya Mordanova photographed by Carter Smith

Wednesday July 20, 2011 2:32 pm

In a recent FACT interview rapper and producer El-P was on to something when he said, “I don’t think ‘fuck you’ ever goes out of style.” No matter the moment in fine art, architecture, literature, music, or especially fashion, the need to savage the past and present in order to create anew will always exist. 

Wednesday July 13, 2011 12:11 pm

The consensus about yesterday’s Evandro Soldati video for W by Santiago Sierra was a collective sproing! that tickled our Facebook Wall and caressed our Twitter mentions. Such is the captivating power of the 6’2″ (188 cm) Brazilian that he returns to this page for a print encore in the form of a Details August 2011 editorial by photographer Robbie Fimmano

Tuesday July 12, 2011 5:09 pm

And finally, freedom, specifically Tar 5 Spring 2011 that takes the concept as its point of departure for such disparate contributors as the recently-freed Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei, Moroccan psychiatrist Rita El Khayat, and Centre Pompidou curator Christine Marcel

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