Nadège Vanhée-Cybulski brings together three cities in different continents with separate performances meant to work in unison to bring the collection to life. The artistic director collaborates with choreographers Madeline Hollander from New York and Gu Jiani from Shanghai.
Charmaine Poh underlines narratives that are close to her heart. Pretty Butch, All In Her Day’s Work and How They Love are some of her projects that relate to matters of women and the LGBT community. The artist speaks to Onin Lorente.
Founder and Editor-In-Chief
Editor : Girard Bonotan
Fashion Editor : Patrick Lief
Photographer : Narya Abhimata
Writer : Allysha Nila
Stylist : Claresta Pitojo
Hair : Leonardus Y. and Yustina Rizky
Makeup : Talia Subandrio and Aditya Wardana
Kai Atinan Nitisunthonkul
Sheena Angelique Zante
Photography Research : George Shelley, Mavic Castro and Harold Sarabia
Fashion Research : Caryll Cabuhat, Pratyusha Borgaonkar and Sophea Janardhan
Meet the man who has paved the way for young, unique beauty with just nine girls signed under his modelling agency. Haryo Balitar is a visionary; passionate in finding the right faces for the next generation in fashion. He shares with LINEAL his observations and hopes for the future.
Ranuth Yun looks back at his artistic journey to becoming an image-maker who is perplexing audiences with his arresting portraits.
Inspired by nostalgia, the Malaysia and Paris-based designer brings forth his Spring/Summer 2021 collection. In our recent conversation, he takes us back to the past and gives us a peek into the future.
The designer opens up about his cerebral creative process, ignoring fashion norms to produce emotive yet pragmatic clothing.
After a decade, AikBeng Chia returns to Club Hawaii, one of oldest remaining nightclubs on the island. In his own words, he narrates the experience.
Wish Wisharawish’s fascination with the masterful work of craftspeople results in his latest collection ‘Make it Rain’.
We take a lens to the photographer’s thoughts to understand how he reconciles the seeming contradictions between tradition and modernity inherent in his images.