Ann Demeulemeester Menswear SS19

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This exhibition blends London rave culture with Berlin’s fetish scene

SORT Zine at Space_31

SORT Zine has always held a dissident ethos. For the unveiling of its first issue in 2015, SORT Studio founders Joseph Delaney and Matt King told Dazed, “We'd rather show you an image of something ugly and you feel something, even if it is disgust.” On…

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This exhibition blends London rave culture with Berlin’s fetish scene

SORT Zine at Space_31

SORT Zine has always held a dissident ethos. For the unveiling of its first issue in 2015, SORT Studio founders Joseph Delaney and Matt King told Dazed, “We'd rather show you an image of something ugly and you feel something, even if it is disgust.” On…

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MIT Engineers Design Responsive 3D-Printed Structures Remotely Controlled by Magnets

A new concept for 3D printed structures designed by engineers at MIT can be remotely controlled with magnets. The innovative gadgets include a smooth ring that wrinkles up, a long tube that squeezes shut, and a sheet that folds itself. The most impressive structure is a spider-like “grabber” that can crawl, roll, jump, and snap together fast enough to catch a passing ball or wrap up and carry small objects. Each piece is created using 3D printable ink infused with tiny magnetic particles that are directed into a uniform orientation via printer nozzle retrofitted with a electromagnet.

Researches believe these magnetic concepts could one day find applications in the realm of medicine similar to implanted stents or pacemakers. “We think in biomedicine this technique will find promising applications,” explains Xuanhe Zhao, the Noyce Career Development Professor in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. “For example, we could put a structure around a blood vessel to control the pumping of blood, or use a magnet to guide a device through the GI tract to take images, extract tissue samples, clear a blockage, or deliver certain drugs to a specific location. You can design, simulate, and then just print to achieve various functions.” (via digg)

Yu Fujiwara captures the candid moments of London Fashion Week Men’s

Yu Fujiwara London Fashion Week Men's SS19

We’re coming to the end of yet another menswear season, with the likes of Louis Vuitton, Raf Simons, Maison Margiela, and read more »

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Yu Fujiwara captures the candid moments of London Fashion Week Men’s

Yu Fujiwara London Fashion Week Men's SS19

We’re coming to the end of yet another menswear season, with the likes of Louis Vuitton, Raf Simons, Maison Margiela, and read more »

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Chen-Shun Lin’s Off-Kilter Sculptures

Chen-Shun Lin’s unsettling sculptures carry their own, ongoing narratives. Whether it’s the physics of a piece or the content itself, the off-kilter nature of the works suggest a purposeful tension with each work. And often, the artist’s figurative pieces, though at times troubling, carry an unexpected grace.

Why Virgil’s debut Louis Vuitton show felt like a real moment

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Virgil Abloh didn’t fail. You could tell that some people wanted him to, that they were hoping his debut collection as artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear would be a bust. That wasn’t what happened, though – his first show was good. The atmosphere, as the sun beat down onto the rainbow runway, was…

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