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Dazed & Confused

Dazed & Confused

Summer 2021

A trailblazer for emerging talent and proudly independent, Dazed magazine aims to set the cultural agenda, both on and offline. Founded by Jefferson Hack and Rankin in 1991, the entire archive of back issues is available for digital subscribers to Dazed. The independent British fashion, culture and arts magazine has a strong global reputation for its groundbreaking and trendsetting editorial and its support of new generations of fashion, art, literature, photography and music talent. DazedDigital.com, their online magazine, is updated daily, hosting interactive projects, extra editorial content, exclusive music and fashion film.

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País:
United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Dazed Media
Periodicidad:
Quarterly
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4 Números

en este número

3 min.
global visions

Our debut issue began development in unprecedented times. Lynette Nylander and I landed at Dazed in January 2021, just as the British Prime Minister announced that the UK was going into another lockdown. But unprecedented times call for an unprecedented rallying of spirit. This issue comes together a year after the global lockdown began. It has now become clear that the seismic shifts of 2020 weren’t isolated to a year, but part of a long-overdue revision of our world. Lynette and I are forever moved by the events of the past year, yet we found this to be an opportunity to provide an expansive vision to the world. One that is reflective of communities small and large, of conversations divisive and imperative, and world events too important to overlook. On the cover is…

11 min.
inspiration in isolation

An astronaut, a slouching skater, a bunnyheaded man, a gothic glamazon in a black velvet dress – characters both fantastical and true to life idle in the same queue, moving towards a visor-wearing vaccinator, and, we hope, a whole new world. In the face of a global pandemic that amplified inequalities and spurred long-brewing social upheaval, local communities unified globally. We became creative in our resilience and found commonality across continents. The ongoing Covid-19 discourse is pocked by society’s most galling issues: we see how systemic racism and a lack of faith in institutional power has infected minority communities with vaccine hesitancy. Young people are pummelled by online misinformation and conspiracy. Governments across the world have leveraged the pandemic to roll back our right to protest their brutalities. This is a story…

9 min.
heritage wear

MARCO RIBEIRO Marco Ribeiro is not afraid to follow his instincts. He wasn’t afraid at 14 years old, when, after his parents divorced, he moved from his birthplace of Brazil to Argentina to spend time with his mum. “It was supposed to be just a holiday,” he explains from his sunny Parisian apartment, “but I wanted to experiment and do something new, to learn a new language.” To this day, Ribeiro considers Argentina his second home. “Even today, I speak more Spanish than Portuguese, even when I talk to my mum - even though she’s Brazilian.” And Ribeiro wasn’t afraid when, a few years later, he decided he needed to be in Paris to start his fashion label. “There were so many coincidences, so many things were calling me to France,” the…

1 min.
meet outdoors

all clothes and accessories CHANEL LE CHÂTEAU DES DAMES 2020/21 MÉTIERS D’ART collection, all classic handbags CHANEL 11.12 hair YANN TURCHI at BRYANT ARTISTS, make-up CÉCILE PARAVINA at BRYANT ARTISTS, model ASHLEY RADJARAME at IMG, ELLA SAFSAF, BONNIE at SILVER AGENCY, SOFIANE BRAHMI, SHAUNA HANKOFF, ANITA SZYMCZAK, photographic assistant THOMAS CLODINE-FLORENT, styling assistants AROUA AMMARI, ANITA SZYMCZAK, LAURA-LY TRAN, production THE ART BOARD, production assistants EMILIE COUPUT, SOFIANE BRAHMI, casting NICOLAS BIANCIOTTO at THE ART BOARD…

15 min.
digital euphoria

“Do you wanna have some fun? And never, ever see anyone?” What does fun look like in 2021 and beyond? Where might hedonism be headed out of lockdown? From digi-drugs to Neurodungeons, amid the chaos and claustrophobia of Covid, people found groundbreaking ways to party, raise hell and find themselves online Pixellated youths bobbing around fantasy spaces. A goth kid hovering mid-air on a gigantic dragon. A stage that is quite literally made of rainbows. This is what you saw when you entered nu:cenosis festival, a 15-hour digital rave set within an online ‘metaverse’. Described by one awestruck reveller as the “best non-club club experience ever”, the event took place in April of last year, across five stages that resembled floating islands on 00s-era Super Smash Bros. Once inside, partygoers could hop between…

3 min.
hands on

all clothes and accessories ONITSUKA TIGER spring/summer 2021 collection. this spread: ring, bracelet and watch worn throughout SAJI’s own…