Highsnobiety # 10

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Highsnobiety # 10

Spring/Summer 2015
language: English publishing frequency: 2 issues per year country of origin: Germany pages: 256 magazine: Highsnobiety measures: L: 28cm W: 21.1cm H: 1.6cm
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An exploration of youth and the revolutionaries. For the past decade, Highsnobiety has followed closely as the 'streetwear' niche slowly but surely infiltrated all facets of the fashion industry and today, many of street-oriented creators are revered as the industry’s foremost thinkers. Young, international creators like the UK‘s Nasir Mahzar, Switzerland‘s Maxime Buchi, Germany‘s Errolson Hugh, and even the ubiquitous American 'weirdo' Ian Connor are each changing the look of modern fashion – Highsnobiety spoke with each of them, and others, to the roles they’ve played in revolutionizing the fashion landscape.

Visually, it documented the current works of genre-defying designers including J.W. Anderson, Craig Green and Marcelo Burlon. In music, it gathered (almost) all of the Wu-Tang Clan for a feature in New York City, explored the history of several past musical revolutions, and spoke with modern music icon Brodinski.

Weighing in at 260 pages, Highsnobiety # 10 celebrates the people and brands that continue to reinvent our culture, the radicals who are changing the rules, and those revolutionaries who have paved the way for the next wave, all through a unique, aesthetically-driven approach.

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