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CRASH MagazineCRASH Magazine

CRASH Magazine No. 84

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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French
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the cinema issue

Two covers in this anniversary year for our Special Film edition, released by tradition to coincide with the Cannes Film Festival. First we meet iconic director Agnès Varda, who just received an honorary Oscar to crown her decades-long career, during which she has always placed women at the forefront of her films. Her exhibition at Galerie Nathalie Obadia, based on her magnificent film Le Bonheur, shines a light on her dreamy and engaged creativity. We interviewed and photographed the director and artist as she gears up for the re-release of her profoundly feminist 1977 film One Sings, the Other Doesn’t, which will receive a special screening at Cannes. Our second cover features Laura Harrier, the new heroine of Spike Lee as he returns to the Croisette in full force with BlacKkKlansman,…

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gauchère

Finding the perfect name for a new clothing brand can be hard work, with many designers taking their own last name or digging up their great grandmother’s maiden name. Then there are the lucky few whose name finds them. That is what happened for Marie-Christine Statz, who as a student at the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture earned the nickname “la gauchère” (meaning “lefty”) from one of her professors. Needless to say, the moniker stuck and eventually became the name of the fashion line she created in 2011. From their initial focus on materials, 3D, pleating and mixing textures, her pieces have taken a more minimalist turn of late, with extra attention paid to cuts. For her Fall-Winter 2018 collection presented in March, the German designer presented looks based…

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ernest w. baker

Looking to the past for inspiration is par for the course in fashion. But when a designer retraces their own family tree to create their mood board, the results can get downright unsettling. That was the tack taken by designers Ines Amorim and Reid Baker, whose brand bears the name of the latter’s grandfather: Ernest W Baker, a mythical ninety-one-year-old with a captivating aura. All we know about him is that he once worked in advertising in Detroit, an experience he recounts in his book A 50-Year Adventure in the Advertising Business, published in 1999. For their third collection, prepared for Fall/Winter 2018 and presented last January, the duo paged through Ernest’s old diaries from the 1970s and 1980s – a way to rejuvenate the yellowed moments of a bygone…

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anaïs jourden

Jourden was created in 2012 by Anaïs Mak, a fashion designer hailing from Hong Kong and trained at Studio Berçot in Paris, when she was just twenty-two. Featuring princess dresses in buckskin leather, flounces, frills, and gold stitching, the designer’s first creations showed a very ladylike style and flirted with the conservativism characteristic of the Chinese luxury market. Nevertheless, several eye-catching details like asymmetrical cuts and clashing patterns revealed the young brand as one to watch. Last February, Jourden – now known as Anaïs Jourden – held its first runway show in Paris, rolling out a procession of strong looks suggesting that the brand has now emerged from its cocoon. The collection mocks the codes of the haute bourgeoisie by blending them with dark and romantic baroque elements, such as…

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neith nyer

Arriving on Paris Fashion Week’s official calendar in 2016, Neith Nyer made an immediate splash. Led by Brazilian designer Francisco Terra, the brand aims to reach a generation divided between nostalgia and a thirst for the future. Terra draws inspiration from his childhood spent in Brazil as well as Parisian nightlife, taking young queer artists from all across the globe as his muses. After studying at Istituto Marangoni, the designer prepared to launch his own brand while working at Carven and Givenchy. His designs offer a reinvention of luxury, in a personal style that proudly embraces the codes of popular culture with no fear of flirting with bad taste. Synthetic materials such as Lycra, sparkly fabrics, glitter, and sequins shimmer in each of his collections, in which disco balls rhyme…

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the sound of fashion

WOMENSWEAR FALL-WINTER 2018/19 PARIS AFTERHOMEWORKPARIS 01 DYLAN LIS / TIMAL CHANEL 01 THE LIMIÑANAS / DIMANCHE (FEAT. BERTRAND BELIN) 02 PATRICK COUTIN / J’AIME REGARDER LES FILLES 03 THE LIMIÑANAS / OUVERTURE 04 A.R. KANE / A LOVE FROM OUTER SPACE (ORIGINAL MIX) 05 EROL ALKAN; SAINT ETIENNE / A HOLD ON LOVE; ONLY LOVE CAN BREAK YOUR HEART CHRISTIAN DIOR 01 KATE BUSH / UNDER ICE 02 KATE BUSH / RUNNING UP THAT HILL (RE-EDIT) 03 KATE BUSH / THE RED SHOES 04 KATE BUSH / CLOUDBUSTIG (ORGANON 12’VERSION) COMME DES GARÇONS 01 NINO ROTA / THEME FROM “LA STRADA” 02 MARINE / A PROPOSITO DEI NAPOLI 03 LAURENT PETITGAND / CIRCUS MUSIC 04 NINO ROTA / LA GRANDISCA E IL PRINCIPE 05 EZ3KIEL / MONTAGUES AND CAPULETS 06 THE TIGER LILLIES / ALONE IN THE MOON (LIVE) 07 THE TIGER LILLIES /ALONE IN THE MOON 08 STEVEN BROW / IN…

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