Dexter Navy and The Blaze team up for G-Star Raw’s campaign film

g-star raw aw18 campaign dexter navy new york

Sustainable denim label G-Star Raw has unveiled its new campaign for AW18. ‘Uniform of the Free’ pays homage to the brand’s history as the garment of choice for free-spirited individuals.

Directed by filmmaker, photographer, and former Dazed 100 star, Dexter Navy, the campaign video features music from electronic duo, The Blaze, as well as a spoken word piece by American poet…

read more »



Pamela Anderson wants Prada to stop using fur

pamelaandersondazed

When she isn’t giving sex and relationship advice to Dazed readers, Pamela Anderson is a keen anti-fur advocate. As US Honorary Director for PETA, Anderson has campaigned for the end of fur use in fashion, and once pointedly sent read more »



Cycling shorts and utility belts are hot for SS19 at Fendi

41099476_2141710229430305_1376387064973739427_n

We’re two weeks into a month of pure, unadulterated fashion, as designers put forward what they’ve been working on for SS19 in cities around the world. With NY and London down, we just landed in Milan ready to see what the likes of Mrs. Prada and Queen Donatella have in store for us. First up, though, was Karl Lagerfeld’s latest read more »



Photographer Spotlight: Jesse Rieser

Jesse Rieser

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser

 

 

Jesse Rieser’s Website

Jesse Rieser on Instagram

Watch Keanu Reeves try to clone his dead family in a new sci-fi film

Keanu Reeves in Replicas

Almost a year after the first trailer released, Keanu Reeves’ latest sci-fi venture Replicas is back again, teasing a Flatliners-esque thriller. 

In the previous trailer, we saw that the major plotline is that his character’s family has tragically died in a car crash. This one showcases his efforts as a neuroscientist to clone the deceased members. Reeves is joined on screen by Thomas Middleditch, Alice Eve, Emily Alyn Lind, John…

read more »



Moses Sumney makes music that’s like a Rothko painting

Moses New Pic

Moses Sumney’s latest EP, Black in Deep Red, 2014, opens with a question. The brief yet urgent three-track release, which dropped in August of this year, rumbles into life with “Power?”, a song that begins with recordings that Sumney made at a Ferguson protest in 2014. The impassioned chant of the crowd (“power to the people / the people have power”) evolves, gradually, into Sumney’s own darkly distorted voice, asking: “do we…

read more »



Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell cry a lot in the Beautiful Boy trailer

Beautiful Boy

Timothée Chalamet is a beautiful boy playing a beautiful boy in the upcoming trailer for Beautiful Boy. The new clip shows him as an emotional wreck attempting to kick his addiction with the help and guidance of his father.

He plays Nic Sheff whose substance abuse causes a schism between him and his father David, played by Steve Carell who shouts in teary confusion. In the first full preview of the film the two battle to reconnect and heal.…

read more »



Five visual artists who are making crucial work with AI

HG5_0468

What does the advancement of AI mean for the future of the arts, music, and fashion? Will robots come for our creative industries? Could a machine ever dream like a human can? This week on Dazed, with our new campaign AGE OF AI, we’re aiming to find out. 

Until very recently, I was an AI skeptic. To my mind, our AI future looked something like the horrifying episode of The Simpsons in which the AI house, voiced by Pierce Brosnan, tries to…

read more »