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Société de 032c Bar Night

Petra Collins Says Sorry

Portraying girlhood and its usurpation into pop culture is PETRA COLLINS' work. Ahead of the relaunch of her collection I'm Sorry for SSENSE, Collins speaks to PHILLIP PYLE on horror and safe spaces, the youth becoming more Puritan, and predicting the zeitgeist through her photographs.
By PHILLIP PYLE
Petra Collins Says Sorry

Nothing is Linear: Guy Trebay

GUY TREBAY is now The New York Times’ fashion and style writer. But that’s just his day job. In conversation with SHANE ANDERSON, Trebay dives into the drag queen scene in 1970s New York, his tumultuous journey into writing, imposter syndrome, and telling all in his memoir Do Something.
By SHANE ANDERSON
Nothing is Linear: Guy Trebay
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DALLAS: A Template For The Future City In 41 Points

If you come to Dallas looking for the city from the television series, you’ll never find it. That Dallas does not exist. It never existed.
By ZAC CRAIN
DALLAS: A Template For The Future City In 41 Points

Night Sky With Exit

Ocean Vuong’s poem "Night Sky with Exit Wound“ has an elegiac mood but ends triumphal. Vuong has found his calling, his home, in a world full of fragments. 032c Readytowear's Creative Director MARIA KOCH shares this sentiment, declaring that she doesn’t want to live in a world of fantasy, but in a world where everything counts.
Night Sky With Exit

Writers Who Don’t Understand Their Writing: Travis Jeppesen on Estelle Hoy

The book tackles its subjects both subjectively and analytically with a broader goal “to find out something essential about the future and living for it” (Lisa Robertson). In this review, TRAVIS JEPPESEN explores ESTELLE HOY’s approach and notes that her work opens up new possibilities for meaning.
By TRAVIS JEPPESEN
Writers Who Don’t Understand Their Writing: Travis Jeppesen on Estelle Hoy

The Politics of Beauty: Tyler Mitchell

The Politics of Beauty: Tyler Mitchell

BAUHAUS 100: Eulogy for a Perversion

The Bauhaus has died. It was in the middle of all the celebrations of its 100-year birthday that it succumbed, perhaps from the sheer number of events misinterpreting its history, thus manufacturing multiple legacies. It didn’t stand a chance. Too many expectations, too much pressure to keep offering a sense of “good design” in a world that has changed so radically. Paradoxically, the Bauhaus was so influential and affected so many different dimensions of the world that it was no longer able to offer us any advice. The planet itself has become a Bauhaus product, and it is dying. Good design is now deadly. The birthday party has become a wake.
By Beatriz Colomina
BAUHAUS 100: Eulogy for a Perversion

Ways of Smelling with MATIERE PREMIERE

032c heads to the south of France to visit AURÉLIEN GUICHARD’s rose centifola farm, home of Kering Beauté’s fragrance house MATIÈRE PREMIÈRE. In conversation with the perfumer and house’s co-founder, the duo speak on what makes a good fragrance, designing for Gucci, and rebranding vanilla.
Ways of Smelling with MATIERE PREMIERE

MYKITA | 032c ALPINE: Parisian Slopes

The MYKITA | 032c ALPINE model explores the intersection between fashion and sports with a high-tech eyewear design in a look made for the slopes.
MYKITA | 032c ALPINE: Parisian Slopes

Where in the world is Paris Texas?

Where in the world is Paris Texas?

EVERYTHING COUNTS: 032c Readytowear Spring/Summer 2025

032c Readytowear presents EVERYTHING COUNTS.
EVERYTHING COUNTS: 032c Readytowear Spring/Summer 2025

EVERYTHING COUNTS BTS: 032c Readytowear Spring/Summer 2025

BTS from 032c Readytowear’s Spring/Summer 2025 PFW show EVERYTHING COUNTS.
EVERYTHING COUNTS BTS: 032c Readytowear Spring/Summer 2025

EVERYTHING COUNTS: Copenhagen Studios & 032c Readytowear

For 032c Readytowear’s Spring/Summer 2025 collection EVERYTHING COUNTS, we collaborated with the German footwear brand Copenhagen Studios on a pair of embellished slides and matching socks.
EVERYTHING COUNTS: Copenhagen Studios & 032c Readytowear

Lifesaving and Poisonous: Women’s History Museum

AMANDA MCGOWAN and MATTIE BARRINGER from Women's History Museum discuss their recent NYFW show, blending business and archival interests, and how they're re-sacralizing the museum.
By PHILLIP PYLE
Lifesaving and Poisonous: Women’s History Museum

Richie Culver: You Can’t Fool Your Hometown

“I miss French kissing American men in German night clubs.” Ahead of RICHIE CULVER's album release of Hostile Environments, PHILLIP PYLE speaks to the artist on the ghosts of his hometown, memes in art, and using comedy as a “Get Out of Jail Free” card.
By PHILLIP PYLE
Richie Culver: You Can’t Fool Your Hometown

032c Issue #45 “The Opioid Crisis Lookbook” Summer 2024

032c’s new Summer 2024 issue #45 “The Opioid Crisis Lookbook” is out now for pre-orders, featuring cover stars Rosalía, Varg²™, Kate Upton, and Loli Bahia.
032c Issue #45 “The Opioid Crisis Lookbook” Summer 2024

The Spiral Walker: JULIE MEHRETU

To celebrate the participation of Ethiopian-American artist Julie Mehretu’s BMW Art Car in this weekend’s 24 Hours at Le Mans, we’re republishing Durga Chew-Boseu’s feature on the artist from 032c Issue #41.
By DURGA CHEW-BOSE
The Spiral Walker: JULIE MEHRETU

An Exorcism of a Prior Identity: Jasper Marsalis (Slauson Malone 1)

In order to perform an “exorcism of a prior identity,” artist JASPER MARSALIS added a “one” to his moniker Slauson Malone. PHILLIP PYLE speaks to the artist and musician on having an antagonistic relationship with Afrofuturism, performance, and bowling balls as intimate objects.
By PHILLIP PYLE
An Exorcism of a Prior Identity: Jasper Marsalis (Slauson Malone 1)

David Douard Turns YouTube Comments Into Poetry

“I think language is the most important authority in culture.” CLAIRE KORON ELAT speaks to the artist about language as a tool for disruption, the dark web, and corrupting objects in his art.
By CLAIRE KORON ELAT
David Douard Turns YouTube Comments Into Poetry

How to Survive with Kembra Pfahler

From performance art to collaborating on a collection with Rick Owens, KEMBRA PFAHLER has done it all. An icon of counterculture, she speaks to VITTORIA DE FRANCHIS on Hollywood beauty standards, feminism, and teaching at Columbia University.
By VITTORIA DE FRANCHIS
How to Survive with Kembra Pfahler

The Weeknd by Harmony Korine/EDGLRD

Our last, secret cover star of Issue #45 is here.
By ROSS SCARANO
The Weeknd by Harmony Korine/EDGLRD

Taylor Swift Is A Virus

“I don’t want to read autofiction for the rest of my goddamn life.” In conversation with SHANE ANDERSON, author HEATHER MCCALDEN speaks on why Taylor Swift is a virus and shocking discoveries about her dead father.
By SHANE ANDERSON
Taylor Swift Is A Virus

How Does Design Contribute to Human Catastrophes? Gonzalez Haase AAS

Killing is a matter of aesthetics. Architects Pierre Jorge Gonzalez and Judith Haase, who designed our Seoul store, talk about radical retail spaces, the relationship between design and catastrophes, and (not) designing utopias.
By CLAIRE KORON ELAT
How Does Design Contribute to Human Catastrophes? Gonzalez Haase AAS

A Specialist in Club Music: VTSS

A Specialist in Club Music: VTSS

Who the fuck is Vaquera?

It was a happy accident when Patric DiCaprio drunkenly bought a sewing machine off the internet and taught himself how to sew via YouTube. Alongside unreleased BTS from their iPhones, AGNES MAGGIE SHU speaks to founders PATRIC DICAPRIO and BRYN TAUBENSEE on whether there needs to be a limit to brand growth, performativity in fashion, and prophesying the American future through clothes.
By AGNES MAGGIE SHU
Who the fuck is Vaquera?

Gross AI Spam with Cory Arcangel

“Facebook, right now, is apparently 35 percent spam.” In conversation with Claire Koron Elat, he talks about original vs. emulated images, Facebook spam, and mastering the strategizing of fame.
By Claire Koron Elat
Gross AI Spam with Cory Arcangel

A Gateway to Forbidden Realms: Rob Kulísek

A Gateway to Forbidden Realms: Rob Kulísek
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