032c is a magazine and apparel brand. Our workshop in Berlin is a production and research center, where we assess and contribute to contemporary culture. Our findings are published digitally and as a collectible manual for freedom, research, and creativity, printed twice annually.

Founded in Berlin in 2000, 032c Magazine is edited by Joerg Koch and art directed by Mike Meiré. 032c Apparel is creative directed by Maria Koch. Read more at GQ Style: “Inside 032c, the German Magazine That’s Also a Cult Streetwear Brand.”

The 032c.com platform is designed and engineered by International Magic in collaboration with Uli Schöberl & @032c.

032c is headquartered in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Germany.

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  • 032c
  • Editor-in-Chief / Creative Director
    Joerg Koch
  • Art Director
    Mike Meiré
  • Designer
    Tim Giesen
  • Executive Editor
    Victoria Camblin
  • Fashion Director
    Marc Goehring
  • Advertising / Studio Director
    Miriam-Leah Hess
  • Assistant Editor
    Daniel Beatty Garcia
  • Assistant Designer
    Svenja Wittmann
  • 032c Apparel
  • Creative Director 032c Apparel/RTW
    Maria Koch
  • Senior Womenswear Designer
    Felix Hupka
  • Product Manager
    Lisa Hauser
  • E-Commerce Manager
    Eleftheria Orfanidou
  • Sales Director
    Nunguja Kisalya
  • Assistant Womenswear Designer
    Birutė Mažeikaitė
  • Contributing Editors
    Suleman Anaya, Thom Bettridge, Carson Chan, Jina Khayyer, Hans Ulrich Obrist
  • Director Digital Services
    Uli Schöberl
  • Design and Engineering, 032c.com
    International Magic
  • Sales Interns
    Joonwoo Park, Isaiah Kremer, Arnaud Buisson
  • Accountant
    Mecnun Yildirim

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  • 032c READY-TO-WEAR LAUNCH

    Last week in London we launched our first ready-to-wear collection at Browns East, including a BUFFALO LONDON BY 032c collaboration. Little Simz, Danny Lomas, and Sophia Hadjipanteli joined 032c apparel creative director Maria Koch, fashion director Marc Goehring, and sales director Nunguja Kisalya for pizza, drinks, and dancing. See our snaps below.More
  • On Power, Picasso, and American People: An Interview with FAITH RINGGOLD

    Half a century before the latest protests at the Whitney Museum of Art, Faith Ringgold was there, in front of the museum alongside other activists demanding equitable representation of women and black artists in the institution’s exhibitions. As a painter she was influenced, as the European modernists she studied in college were, by the masks she saw while traveling in Africa in the 1970s. But she would never wear a mask herself. More
  • CHILD’S PLAY

    Misshapen noses, frozen expressions and close-up shots of faded pink glitter create a grotesque ambiguity between animate and inanimate - as seen in this photoshoot conceived by Sasha Chaika, documenting Saint Petersburg’s bizarre Puppet Museum.More
  • UNPROFESSIONAL. INTIMATE. A LITTLE BIT LIKE A READYMADE.

    "Social media and society have something to do with the public square and having conversations and shared spaces. This project is a bit more running out into that space and shouting something out then running away. It's definitely a public statement, but there's no conversation really." Richard Turley and Lucas Mascatello on the possibility of intimacy in the New York-themed broadsheet CIVILIZATION. More