ACT I : WHITELIES
On tuesday 16th of May 2017 we celebrated the American Freedom at the Ramones Museum in Kreuzberg.
Whitelies will host an evening with American photographer Brad Elterman
Erik, what did you want to be growing up?
As most of the children, I had different phases with different jobs in mind.
ACT II : STORIES
WHITELIES met Eddy de Pretto, a Paris suburbs born singer-songwriter in a Parisian café. The young artist is a ‘bottom-up’ performer of French chanson.
Kyu Steed is a Paris born singer, producer and DJ who was the mastermind behind the infamous „Hype Means Nothing” clothing brand which turned streetwear-culture upside down.
ACT III : FASHION
UNIQLO unveils its new collaboration line with JW ANDERSON.
Tim Coppens presents his Spring/Summer 2018 collection titled American Dreamer during Paris Men's Fashion Week.
Photography Maddy Grace O
Model Natiele @ ICE Models Cape Town
Hair & Make Up Vanessa Warkalla
Riccardo Tisci channels his unmistakable aesthetic through the legendary 90s icon that shaped Italian footwear culture.
Aesop’s gift kits for 2016-2017, collectively titled „Pursuits of Passion”, celebrate six naturalists long revered for their writing and illustrations.
ACT IV : PHOTOGRAPHY
IGO Studio is deeply connected to street morals and seek to affect minds through nonsense of the result. It tries to enhance human flaws turning it into great ideas.
The series LOST AWAY stands for the moment you wanna go away, disappear and get lost.
The Balinese have an alias grace. They are both light and dark, gentle and mysterious, like two sides of an eclipsing moon.
ACT V : TASTE
Tom Jean Webb. Born in 1982. Lives and works in London, UK. His work started off as an interest in aesthetics of social movements.
Japanese label DEVOA by designer Daisuke Nishida constructs of pattern toward movement of skin, muscle, and frame for an action.
All those weeks later it’s still hard to write about what has happened regarding the American election. Phillip Kremer and Katja Horvat tackle the elephant in the room.
ACT VI : DECADENCE
Photography Marek Chorzepa
Styling Kat Ambroziak
Make-Up Aga Dobosz
Clothes are a subtle language in themselves. Mastering the vocabulary means that no matter where or when, you’re dressed with integrity.
Italian luminaire manufacturers „Nemo” reissued the iconic „Borne Béton Lamp” which was designed by Le Corbusier in 1952.