Exclusive Interview: Farhad Samari

Stylesight speaks to LA-based photographer Farhad Samari on his about his passion for vintage denim, motivations, and the way he goes about crafting his arresting and stunning photos. Farhad Samari is the go-to-guy when its comes to shooting vintage denim and heritage-inspired clothing. The LA-based photographer has built a strong following amongst the purist denim community through his stunning work with contemporary ...
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Fly Art – The Marriage of Art & Hip-Hop

Fly Art has become our new favorite haunt on Tumblr, where classic art meets hip-hop lyrics in this collection of humorous graphics. “A homage to the finer things in life: art and hip-hop” is Fly Art's tagline, cleverly marrying the likes of Kanye and Picasso, Drake and Hopper as well as Beyoncé and Botticelli. The founders, Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano, have recently ...
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Black Out

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Calvin Klein: The Re-Issue Project

Calvin Klein Jeans announces a new collaboration project with Myteresa.com for an exclusive selection of iconic re-issues. When you think back to denim the `90s, Calvin Klein’s provocative campaigns will be the most poignant imagery that springs to mind. Known for pushing the boundaries of acceptability, Calvin Klein’s sometimes shocking and always newsworthy advertisements were the key element to the designers ...
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’90s Norm

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Denham: New Store Opening in Berlin

Last week, during the packed Berlin fashion week schedule, leading Dutch-based brand Denham celebrated the opening of their permanent bricks and mortar store in the Blue Yard, Mitte. The opening follows last season's pop-up Blue Yard showcase, that featured three major denim brands occupying a courtyard behind Karl-Heinz's legendary 14oz store. Deham's store sat alongside market leaders Nudie and Edwin Europe and ...
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Editor’s Choice – London’s New Graduates

Stylesight’s graphics team showcases a selection of new talent from London's best graduate design shows.  We spent some time checking out some of London's new graduates last week, with so much fresh talent coming out of the UK universities it was hard to choose what to include in our Graduate Highlights report - here are a few of our favorite's from New ...
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3Sixteen Tour of Kuroki Mills

Japan is home to many active denim mills that produce the finest fabrics that you find on todays premium jeans. One of such is the renowned Kuroki, which New York's 3sixteen recently had the honour of taking a tour of and exclusively documenting along the way. By now many dedicated denim readers will be familiar or would have at some point ...
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Fashion With A Kick

It seems like the fashion meets fitness movement is just a normal part of life these days, and just when you thought it was fully here, it got a serious kick in the pants–Net-a-Sporter launched Wednesday. Having been rumored for quite sometime, the online retail giant Net-a-Porter launched its own separate branch of the site covering sport specifically. Focusing on a wide variety of ...
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Best of Roskilde, Pt.3

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Anymade Studio – Graphic Design Portfolio

The Stylesight Graphics Team recently stumbled across the work of Anymade Studio and were inspired by their eclectic portfolio, mixing early digital design with a futuristic aesthetic. Founded in 2007 by Petr Cabalka, Filip Nerad and Jan Šrámek, the Czech Republic studio has evolved into a multifunctional platform, working on a range of projects from illustrations, to photo shoots and graphic design.
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AMSTERDAM: Volkshotel

Previously the headquarters of newspaper De Volkskrant, the new Volkshotel is based in East Amsterdam near the lively De Pijp district, taking over what was a dilapidated looking building.
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Best of Roskilde, Pt.2

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SINGAPORE: No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia Exhibition

Currently the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Singapore is hosting an exploratory art exhibition entitled No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia.
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The recently opened West Coast flagship for France's A.P.C. along the changing face of Melrose Place is a testament to the brand's effortlessly cool and pared-down style.
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