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CRASH MagazineCRASH Magazine

CRASH Magazine No. 83

VÉRITABLE PIONNIER DE LA PRESSE FRANÇAISE INDÉPENDANTE, CRASH EST UNE RÉFÉRENCE DEPUIS 18 ANS. EN 300 PAGES, CRASH SE VOUE À LA MODE, L’ART, LE CINÉMA ET LE DESIGN, AVEC DES SÉRIES PHOTOGRAPHIQUES MODE ET BEAUTÉ DES PLUS CRÉATIVES. SOURCE D’INFLUENCE ET PIERRE ANGULAIRE DE LA MODE, CRASH A ÉTÉ CRÉÉ PAR DEUX ANCIENS CRITIQUES D’ART, ARMELLE LETURCQ ET FRANK PERRIN. CHAQUE NUMÉRO, UN ARTISTE CONTEMPORAIN MAJEUR SIGNE UN PROJET DE COUVERTURE UNIQUE, PARMI LESQUELS LAWRENCE WEINER, JANNIS KOUNELLIS ET STERLING RUBY. LIEN ULTIME ENTRE ART ET MODE, CRASH EST SIMULTANÉMENT PUBLIÉ EN FRANÇAIS ET EN ANGLAIS POUR SES LECTEURS INTERNATIONAUX. CHAQUE NUMÉRO PRÉSENT LE MEILLEUR DE LA MODE ET DU MONDE CRÉATIF EN GÉNÉRAL.

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France
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French
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the anniversary issue

“The only time in my life when I was politically active, it was for the women’s movement. I’ve never been active for any other cause because it’s beyond me. What should I protest against? There are too many things. Protest against epidemics, protest against crashes, protest against terrorism…” ADEL ABDESSEMED, P.44 “Feminism continues to make progress in the United States. American women are more militant than French women. It’s women who are leading the fight against Trump and, in fact, the #metoo movement grew out of women’s disgust for Trump, which was transferred to Weinstein because Trump is untouchable for the moment.” HÉLÈNE CIXOUS, P.58 “I am for immigration and I think it’s a total mistake to try to close the doors. It’s a mistake to isolate the culture and break up…

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the revolutionary issue

“My mother is my big- gest inspiration. She’s my role model. She’s a fighter. I didn’t realize that when I was little, but it’s clear to me now. She was all alone, and she fought. She kept us open to the world, as much as she could. It was hard for her, she’s from Algeria and suffers from blindness.” MOHA LA SQUALE, P.107 “As long as there are people, there will always be revolution. I think it has to happen in two steps. First there is the revolution that will bring anonymity. Having a face and a name won’t matter anymore, it won’t be the most important thing. I think people will eventually move in that direction.” BONNIE BANANE, P. 133…

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victoria/ tomas

As newcomers on the official calendar of the latest Paris Fashion Week, Victoria Feldman and Tomas Berzins delivered one of fall’s most eagerly awaited runway shows. Presented in a small garden lying just off the main drags of the French capital, the collection arrived like a breath of fresh air. Newly married last year, the designing couple first met at the Esmod fashion school in Paris and never parted. It was their shared passion for leather that eventually became the main source of inspiration for their brand Victoria/Tomas, created in 2012, citing Rick Owens as a major influence. The pair have adapted leather into a removable collar, a skirt/belt hybrid, as well as complex pieces that use the material like a fabric. Another of the duo’s obsessions: ruffles and frills,…

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rokh

Sleeklines, neutral colors, anddeconstruction: these are the signs that you have entered the realm of Rokh, the London brand created in 2016 by Rok Hwang. In no time at all, the designer has risen to prominence on the strength of radical silhouettes that put forward a vision of raw femininity. Throwing aside the clichés and flashy trends, the silhouettes seem to convey a timeless style reminiscent of Margiela’s best work from the 90s or Phoebe Philo for Céline, where the designer worked for three years. Hwang takes a passionate approach to clothing, which comes across in the playful way he deconstructs each garment and finds the most original way to stitch it back together again. Innovation is a cornerstone of his work. Born in Korea, the designer grew up in…

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aalto

For AALTO, a young fashion house created in 2015, a “non-conformist” play on clashes and contrasts comes with the territory of cultivating a creative mindset – a trend that has picked up even more steam in an era of rapidly fragmenting information, according to the Finnish brand. Its Spring-Summer 2018 collection thus pays tribute to a style that defies a wide range of obsolete dress codes: here, they clash. The originality comes across through juxtapositions of every sort. Silhouettes illuminated by fuchsia, metallic pink, and web-inspired RGB colors brighten up an otherwise neutral palette to land on a final note of optimism. At every turn, the collection celebrates femininity: shapes and forms are sculpted to mark a clear break with the oversize trend, explains AALTO. Inflated volumes accent women’s hips…

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wendy jim

For Wendy Jim, the chance to join the official calendar of Paris Fashion Week is not something to take lightly. The two Austrian designers Hermann Frankhauser and Helga Ruthner seized the opportunity to rethink every aspect of the catwalk, while relishing in wordplay and flouting convention. The “catwalk” transformed into a feline paradise complete with giant cat trees, balls of yarn, and comfy pillows. Doing their own bit of performance art, models prowled the catwalk on light steps, licking their paws, and basking in futurist punk silhouettes. Featuring radiant green apple Lycra, clear plasticized materials in red tints, and collars around the neck, the collection conveys a certain discomfort and a palpable sense of urgency. Styles were provided by Lotta Volkova, one of the brand’s most loyal employees since its…

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