A.P.C. has always shyed away from the flashy campaigns and stayed true to the brands nearly 30-year history of simplicity and utilitarianism. As such, the house commissioned Collier Schorr for their Fall/Winter 2015 campaign, featuring Vivien Solari.Continue
Alchemy, Synthesizers, Fashion, and Skateboarding—the formative ideas that drive guest editor Olivier Rizzo may seem at odds to some. But growing up in Belgium in the 70s, these were so emotionally and visually captivating that they continue to inform and inspire him today. A stylist—calling him that seems to miss the point—Olivier is someone who seeks to find the beauty in everything he touches: friendship, fashion, art, and music. Often things that remain constant over the years are said to be the most true. And Olivier’s commitments to his inspirations and to his friendships are some of the truest things we’ve seen. His ingrained devotion to beauty— unconventional, sometimes ugly, and at times simple—led us to him, and him to us, as Document’s guest editor for this issue.Continue
We are very sad to learn of the passing of Edwige Belmore, who grew up behind convent walls and became the passkey to Paris’ legendary punk scene at its most exciting. Here, we revisit her recollections from Document No. 1. Edwige, you will be dearly missed.Continue
New York-based artist Willa Nasatir makes seductive still lifes in which objects, bodies, and their traces meld into otherworldly photographic images. For the launch of her show at White Columns, one of New York's oldest alternative art spaces, Drew Sawyer chatted with the artist about her work, photographic abstraction, Sarah Charlesworth, and spirit photography.
Document heads backstage for an exclusive look at some of the strongest collections of NYFW S/S 2016 with photographer Joshua Woods and online fashion director Ronald Burton.Continue
Creating funding for non-commercial artist practices has always been a creative endevour in and of itself. With this goal in mind, founding partners Pati Hertling and Thymaya Payne (who both have years of experience in the art and film worlds) have created Material Vodka as an initiative to support radical, non-commercial artist practices through grants, residencies, and production support. Document catches up with Pati Hertling to discuss capitalism, artist grants, and her favorite fall cocktails.Continue