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Love Took Over The Standard, London Last Night

London-Fashion Week

To the rest of the city, it may have been a regular Monday night — but paparazzi were already stalking the driveway of The Standard, London, awaiting the blacked-out cars that pulled up to deliver their guests into the iconic ‘red pill’ elevator. With the pop of a car door came a hail of bright flashes, and with good reason: hosted by Derek Blasberg, every inch of the LOVE x Youtube party was star-studded, promising yet another evening of stratospheric glamour on The Standard’s tenth floor.

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Kyle Luu: the Genius Stylist Behind Solange, Travis Scott, Tinashe, Young Thug, and Troye Sivan

We sat down to discuss how Luu's hard work finally began to pay off, making your own lane in the fashion world, working with Solange on the visual album of the season as well as being a trans woman in the Hip Hop community.    

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PHOTOS: Our Favorite Snaps from NYFW18

New York-Fashion Week

Presentations, parties, old friends and new. 

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For Jasper Dohrs, Skating is About Rediscovering Cityscapes and Objects

skate

Professional skateboarder, Jasper Dohrs sees skating as a way of rediscovering cityscapes and appropriating their use in life:  “I'll get a feeling off of just looking at a cool thing to skate without necessarily being able to skate it. It's about spending time in the city, observing the different objects that are normal for pedestrians." We met with the  half-Thai and half-American, 22-year-old to discuss how skating is different between NY and Bangkok. 

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Show & Tell with Designer Patrick Church

New York-style

We play dress up in Patrick Church’s Brooklyn studio the day before his NYFWM preview at The Standard, East Village.

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Iris Apfel Drops In & Drops Wisdom

Miami-The Standard Interview

"If I thought I was beautiful then I wouldn't have developed all these other things. I find beauty in being interesting and that's what I am: interesting."

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