Lafayette Anticipation associate curator Anna Colin talks to artist Tyler Coburn about Ergonomic Futures, a speculative project engaged with art, design, science, anthropology and writing. In this interview, Coburn discusses the research, production process and network of collaborators of a multilayered project ultimately concerned with the futures of humankind. Anna Colin: When one comes across your museum seats Ergonomic Futures (2016—) in contemporary art exhibitions—and soon in natural history, fine art, and anthropology museums—they look… [read more »]
Alexander Wang’s take on Adidas, compression, and high octane performace gear was the best of his collection—and our favorite attempt at fake-fit™ fashion.
Meadham Kirchoff made spring’s most desirable and functional sweater, no explanation necessary.
You can’t hate a collection that has pleated mini skirts sagged so low they graze the ankle while exposing the thigh. Way to go, Thom!
Everyone did athletic looks this season, but Kane took it to the next level—the cheerleader. This Versus collection really should have accessorized with pom-poms.
Gerlan Jeans turned out the best #NYFW collection with her Hot Topic mall witches, tank tops as skirts, thongs rising above waist bands, and so much slime! She also casted models who actually had bad attitudes!
Vivienne Westwood Red Label invented a tie that buttons directly on to the shirt. Better than a clip-on!
Karl’s clearly been listening to a lot of ATB recently because he gave Chanel a total Y2K spring makeover. Those silver square toed boots with the “organically” shaped heel? That metallic track-skirt? That flouncy burning man tank? Karl’s definitely taking his turn on The Playa.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s multi-strand backwards clasp necklace is pretty witty!
These jeans probably have the world’s largest knee holes. Marques’Almeida gave grunge a clean break with this eviscerated light denim.
Without renouncing the material world, Hermès dressed the more modest lady, complete with leather socks for her summer sandals.
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