Sinking the Pink’s Closure Is A Reminder of the Ever-Pertinent Threat to Queer Nightlife
Responding to Nick Knight's editorial Sinking the Pink, editorial assistants Christina Donoghue and Joshua Graham reflect on the grisly details of queer rights, past, present and future in relation to the cultural phenomena that was Sink the Pink.
Fashion Film: Sinking The Pink
Footage from Nick Knight, Katy England, and Alister Mackie's AnOther Man Magazine editorial, 'Millenium People', is reworked in this fashion film highlighting the importance of safe-spaces for unapologetic expressions of queerness.
Bodybuilders Celebrates The UK's Alternative Drag Scene
In their first photographic book, Alien collates imagery that celebrates the distorted world of alternative drag and club kids.
Buttocks: Kai Isaiah-Jamal
The poet and model Kai Isaiah-Jamal interprets the buttocks in a piece to camera
Thighs: Willy Ndatira & Xavier Scott Marshall
The art director and image-maker collaborated on a series of photographs of black trans women, analysed by Ndatira, to implore viewers to rethink their relationships to white supremacist capitalistic patriarchal artworks, traditions and institutions.
Pleasure: Aaron Rose Philip
The model conveys the subjective nature of emotion, specifically pleasure, in a film by John Novotny.
Performance: Belinda Qaqamba Ka-Fassie & Lee-Ann Olwage
Drag artist and activist, Belinda Qaqamba Ka-Fassie worked with image-maker Lee-Ann Olwage to make a film which challenges the dominant construction of Xhosa masculinities, Ulwalukho - the right of passage from boyhood to manhood in the Xhosa culture.
Fear: Clay Grandison
The fashion designer addresses their concerns for past and future identities of Black Womxn.
The model interprets the tongue in a surreal film which aims to tell Zanaughtti's personal story, and to invoke a powerful feeling in the viewer.
Penis: Shayne Oliver for Anonymous Club
The design collective, spearheaded by Shayne Oliver, take the viewer headfirst on a chaotic tour of a 'Hollywood Meltdown' in their video response to the penis.
Anonymous Club Collection 01
New York Seasonless
Creative Director: Shayne Oliver
HÄN Is The Digital Archive Bridging The Gaps In Queer History
Ahead of its launch on 8 July, we spoke to HÄN’s founders about the importance of highlighting gender-nonconforming creatives.
Cîroc Is Celebrating 50 Years Of Pride With The Iconic Ball
Five ‘one night only’ Houses will compete for the Cîroc Iconic House 2022 crown.
Charles Jeffrey Loverboy S/S 23
Milan Spring / Summer 2023
Designer: Charles Jeffrey
Collection Video: Charles Jeffrey Loverboy S/S 23
Watch the Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY S/S 23 collection video.
‘People, Place, Take Up Space' Exhibition Lands At Bermondsey Project Space
This queer solo exhibition courtesy of non-binary, Macanese-born photographer Cherry Au Hon I, showcases 100 portraits of queer people from across the globe.
GmbH A/W 22
Paris Autumn / Winter 2022
Designers: Benjamin Alexander Huseby and Serhat Isik
Live Review: S.S Daley S/S 22 Menswear
Live from London, features editor Hetty Mahlich and fashion critic M-C Hill review the S.S Daley S/S 22 menswear show.
Fashion Film: My Family & I
Gabriel Juduc's film takes a glimpse at the impact parents have on our values, our sense of self and our ever-slipping present.
Tom of Finland Partners With Carne Bollente For An Intimate Capsule Collection
The collection will draw upon wildly erotic (and equally iconic) drawings and paintings created by Tom of Finland during his career, merging them with Bollente’s signature embroideries.
Gentle Monster's First Optical Collection Questions Identity In True Gentle Monster Fashion
Gentle Monster introduce 'Gentle'; their first optical collection that questions the very notion of what it means to subvert the boundaries of gender identity.