Christelle Kocher of KOCHÉ | MAFF Artist Spotlight

KOCHÉ is a fashion brand established in Paris by Christelle Kocher in 2015. KOCHÉ is on a mission to push values of openness in fashion: diversity & inclusion of genders, body shapes, materials used, social and geographical origins.. moreover, KOCHÉ DNA is based on elevated craft know-how.




MAFF chat — Nana Nyahan 🇬🇭

Ring rring it’s #MAFFchat featuring fam across the 🌍 Dialing in with #nananyahan based in Accra, Ghana. Using a myriad of contrasting colors and textures, Nana takes her viewers on a psychotropic journey drawing inspiration from her relationships, pain, sadness, and experiences of intimacy. Nyahan creates a utopian reality for both her and her viewers; an instant escape from the day to day noise.




Domingo Colman | MAFF Tour Uruguay 🇺🇾

Helping a homeless dog lead us into discovering a hidden Uruguayan legend. 🇺🇾❤️‍🔥 We love you Blue. Producer @milagrosbrasco Not possible without: @arielmeilich Organic house queen @mai_berg Return of the dogs @aiam___maia @aguabrota @doctorawild bong @nathaquer shelter @juampi.boa for the jams @leapedranzini for printing Art @chiara.baccanelli @gustavojauge art @facundo.diazz @flordepalleja @estudiodelespacio @milagrosbrasco @azulgattas @piligomensoro shelter Food & vibes @panaderiaji @rizoma.lajuanita @almacencasadealimentos @protectoradeanimalesmaldonado




Nicer Tuesdays: Ines Alpha

Joining us from Paris, Ines Alpha works with AR and 3D renders to reflect on our ever-increasing need to express ourselves. Here, she explains how she developed this unique practice, providing some insight into how she applies this to commercial projects for the likes of Selfridges, Charli XCX and Nike. Nicer Tuesdays is a monthly event curated by It’s Nice That bringing together a selection of speakers for short, sharp insights on new and timely projects.

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Pierre Huyghe on "Liminal", Punta della Dogana

“Magic is the science of signs. Signs are an interplay of symbols. In this respect yes I believe in symbols.” Pierre Huyghe is a French artist who works in a variety of media from films and sculptures to public interventions and living systems.




Vivian Suter

Vivian Suter was born in Buenos Aires in 1949. He has painted in Basel, Vienna, Africa, Bern, Rome and Panajachel and has lived in Panajachel, Guatemala since 1982. Panajachel Traveling through North and Central America in 1982, Vivian Suter arrived in Panajachel - a town on the shores of Lake Atitlán - and remained there, forming her home on land on an old coffee plantation. Since the beginning of the 80s, most of his artistic work has been created from this scenario, and many of his works have become part of it. The gravels, along with the aguacatales and mango trees, which were originally planted to protect the coffee plantations, provide the shade area throughout the year. A steep path, in which the bleachers are mixed with the sidewalk of the mountain, leads to the study of Vivian Suter, from which you can see above the tips of the trees, the town of Panajachel with its lake and its volcanoes. The art that is born here is about the wind, the volcanoes and the vastness and clarity of this tropical landscape. Under the shadow of the coffee plantation, there is a second study. The view between the gablets reaches only the leaves of the dense banana plants that grow in front of the house. This is where the foreground works are created: the recurring motif of the forbidden fruit, the look on oneself or fixed on the interior.




Otay:Onii | MAFF Tour Shanghai (Episode 2)

"Lost is an illusion. Open your hands, you'll realize you have everything." Otay:onii (Lane Shi) is a multifaceted artist originally from Haining, China. Her artistic practice spans across music, sound design, installation art, and film composition. She is the lead vocalist and keyboardist of the punk spit band Elizabeth Colour Wheel (US). Lane's voice is like an ancient call, sometimes beckoning the soul, and at other times, piercing the listener like lightning. Lane came to the U.S. at a young age when she still needed parental accompaniment, living as an immigrant with a dual cultural background. This marginalized, non-mainstream existence makes her voice transcend cultures and languages. She wrote, "My task is to solve a puzzle with another puzzle that can't be seen, be touched, but to feel."




MAFF chat — Wallen Diaz

Dialing in with Wallen Diaz. Originally from the Dominican Republic now based in Brussels, Wallen Diaz started out with plastic arts before pivoting into graphic design. Influenced by 90s and y2k album art, Diaz blends the abstract and figurative worlds of fashion, nostalgia & fantasy to create an aesthetic he calls “NeoDigitalism”. We’re hooked to say the least.




Sahej Rahal

Dialing in with Sahej Rahal based in Mumbai, India 🇮🇳 who works across a variety of different disciplines from painting, sculpture, performance, to video games. Using AI, Rahal shapes the stories of his own mythology which draw upon archaeological records, conspiracies, science fiction, and folklore. His work is an ever-growing world that inherently interrogates the dominant narratives shaping our present.




Rick Owens answers questions on queer culture, punk gigs and sex clubs

i-D asked iconic fashion designer Rick Owens to answer an array of weird and wonderful questions sent from his friends, family and peers including Sissy Misfit, Kris Van Assche, Stephen Jones, Gwendoline Christie, Ludovic de Saint Sernin and more. Covering everything from queer history, sex clubs and his favourite films (you’d be surprised!) to life with muse-slash-partner Michèle Lamy and his new Dr. Martens collab, the Californian provocateur gives us a rare insight into his psyche. Many thanks to OWENSCORP for supplying imagery referenced in the film. Photography by Brian Cooke Dr. Martens x Rick Owens Campaign featuring Sissy Misfit, 2024 Photography by Bertrand Rindoff Petroff Photos Rick Castro IG: @castrrick Photography by Gary Leonard Constantine Kaloutas IG: @anthr0morph Fecal Matter IG: @matieresfecales Photography by Darren Gerrish Photography by Dave Benett




73 Questions With Awkwafina

Nora Lum, known professionally as Awkwafina, is an American actress, rapper, and comedian. She rose to prominence in 2012 when her rap song "My Vag" became popular on YouTube. She then released her debut album, Yellow Ranger, and appeared on the MTV comedy series Girl Code. In-between taking meetings and running errands in Los Angeles, Awkwafina strolls around K-Town with Joe and answers 73 questions. The Queens-bred rapper and actress talks about her unique moniker, the differences between New York and LA, and what goes into making a killer track. Directed by Vince Peone Interviewed by Joe Sabia Producer: Marina Cukeric DP: Jess Dunlap PM: Josh Young Edit and Color: Ryan Powell Post Sound: Nick Cipriano at BANG Audio Post

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Rafaela Pinah | MAFF Tour Rio (Episode 2)


In this season of MAFF Tour, our travels take us to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to catch up with a few incredibly talented creatives who give us a glimpse into their practice and culture. Episode 2 features stylist and researcher of Cool Hunter Favela, Rafaela Pinah who intertwines the social behavior and trends coming out of the Favelas in Rio with high fashion. Born in the West side of Rio, Pinah pulls references from modern Brazilian history, from music to literature, bringing important symbolism to her productions in order to break stereotypes and standards about the aesthetics of the favelas. Camera Assistant: Amanda Nunes Driver: Alan Lima

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