Behind the Magazine: A Documentary

Filmmaker Dr.Cool gains unprecedented access to the inner workings of this fashion/art bible, as legendary Editor-in-Chief Claire Milbrath and her staff carry out the massive preparations necessary to produce Issue 16 of Editorial Magazine. Crew: Filmed by Frankie Teardrop Edited by Jordan Minkoff

Logan White

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 Logan White’s photography deals with frank representations of the female form against various backdrops and arrangements that absorb the symbolic nature of femininity. Whatever we associate with women isn’t inherent to their bodies, since the human body as it exists in purely anatomical terms has no bearing on its symbolic value….

An Interview with COME TEES

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 INTERVIEW BY SARAH IANNONE PHOTOS BY KRISTY BENJAMIN Like so many others, by the time Sonya Sombreuil graduated college with a degree in painting, she felt like her path as an artist had become abstract and obfuscated. Mired by the arbitrary privacy of the studio method, she had the impulse to…

A Matinee in Newark Editorial

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 PHOTOS BY FATINE-VIOLETTE SABIRI STYLING BY FRANCOIS GRAVEL MODEL: TAWAN Clothing Credits:  1. accessories: Pauline Ebel, coat: Barragan, pants: stylist’s own, shoes: Eckhaus Latta. 2.  accessories: Pauline Ebel, jacket: Loewe, belt: Ann Demeulemeester, bag: Gérald & Fatine, boots: stylist’s own. 3.top: Ulysse, skirt: Barragan, sandals: Camper.  4. accessories: Pauline Ebel, top: Ann…

Interview with Sojourner Truth Parsons

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 The cool breeze off her back is my face cream, 2016, canvas, acrylic, glue on canvas. Courtesy of the artist and Downs & Ross, New York.  And then there’s Sojourner Truth Parsons, a Canadian-born artist of Mi’kmaq, African-Canadian, and settler heritage. A very sincere, deeply sensitive young woman with a faraway,…

Mind Your Own Jizz: An Essay by Estelle Davis

AN ESSAY BY ESTELLE DAVIS PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 I have always felt a surprising connection to the the transmisogynist term “autogynephilia.” Not that I ever casually refer to myself as an autogynephile during afternoon tea, but more that I find a power in exploring its repressive history and understanding the way its logic codes…

Behind the Fashion: 10 Past 5 Editorial

As if seeing the editorial in print was enough! Put on your voyeur hat, let’s go inside the photoshoot that was the magic of 10 Past 5. 

10 Past 5 Editorial

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 PHOTOS BY REBECCA STORM STYLING BY OLIVIA WHITTICK TEXT BY VIOLA CHEN Model: Viola I know everyone equates a skyscraper with a dick in some way or another, but I really think about the ride. You can’t put a price on an experience! I read Marx in school too, you know….

Premiere: Walter TV’s Graceland

Today we’re watching the latest music video for Walter TV’s song “Graceland.” A hot-blooded, feral and fun tune, “Graceland” comes off the group’s new album Carpe Diem, which is out now via Sinderlyn. We talked to the video’s director, Rockaway mainstay Matt Volz, about his community-oriented video, which debuts acting from his neighbours, and local landscapers. Catch…

A Conversation with Ariana Reines

PRINTED IN ISSUE 17 are among the words Ariana Reines has taught me through her poetry. 34 years old, she is the author of something like, eight books of poetry, three books of prose-poetry, three French translations, three plays, three art performances, and a series of sculptures inspired by Greek Herms. Reines’ work is physical….

Selected Work by Ariana Reines

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 BY FIONA DUNCAN The Cow (2006) is Ariana’s first book. Dignified, chunky, and disgusting, it’s about cows as meat, women as meat, women as (dumb) cows, mad cow disease, and madness: the anger of crazy. Choice line: “When I die I will become everything A TURDUCKEN.” Coeur de Lion (2007) is…

Pretty Paws Editorial

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 PHOTOS BY MAYA FUHR STYLNG BY CHAD BURTON AT PLUTINO GROUP STARRING GINGER CLOTHING CREDITS: 1. Bodysuit by Mused, vintage sunglasses, boots by Brit Wacher, lace-up sleeves (worn on hind legs) by OGQT. 2. skirt worn as top & leggings by Gauntlett Cheng, vintage sunglasses, plastic cuffs by Corey Moranis. 3….

A Conversation with Bambii

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 WRITTEN BY JESSICA CANJE PHOTOS BY NEVA WIREKO STYLING BY TAYLOR THOROSKI Kirsten Azan, a.k.a Bambii, is, by her own admission, unapologetically herself and all that she comes with. “I feel empowered because my heritage is special. I’m Caribbean and there’s a rich culture there to feel inspired by. It’s a…

Coming-of-Age at NYFW

TAYLORE SCARABELLI REPORTS FROM SS18 For SS18, the heavy hitters of New York Fashion seemed to trade innovation for Instagram attention. From Alexander Wang’s overhyped afterparty to Rihanna’s motocross-inspired runway, mass-marketing was in. But in an era where speed rules and trends turn over almost weekly, it feels as though big brand designers are the…

Tasseomancy Does Japan!

PHOTOS & TEXT BY ROMY LIGHTMAN OF TASSEOMANCY Over the summer, my sister and I, along with our angelic drummer, had the privilege of travelling to Japan for a month to play music across the country. Though there’s much I could write on, I’ve decided to keep my words minimal and light. One thing I’d like…

Offline with Allie Oops

INTERVIEW & PHOTOS BY JILL SCHWEBER This past June I went on a road trip with my friend Dana from Vancouver down to California. On our way from SF to LA, our friend Allyee AKA Allie Oops/ @cummanifesto joined up for what became the best leg of our trip. Allyee is a visible sex worker and…

Issue 17 Party Pix at HECK

This summer we celebrated the release of Issue 17 in the mid-August heat at Brooklyn’s beloved residential space, HECK. With performances by Deli Girls, Negashi Armada, and D3AD6OY, and DJ sets by David Moses, Gia Garrison, & Gobby, the scene was hellishly vibrant. Thanks to Sophia Park for her swing installation, and for Jacky Connolly and…