It’s not that often that I find an editorial in a high fashion magazine that really strikes my core and really cuts down to the bone. So, when I came across this new story in April’s issue of W Magazine by Mario Sorrenti I stared at it for a good 20 minutes. Something this good … Continue reading Out of Uniform by Mario Sorrenti for W Magazine
The 90s are clearly an inspiration all over the globe when it comes to fashion, lifestyle and general nostalgia. This editorial shot by David Mushegain for the May issue of Vogue Russia is everything that I still love about this resurgence revolution. The styling, by Olga Dunina is pretty much on point. Photographer: … Continue reading “Roses and Spikes” by David Mushegain for Vogue Russia
Last Fall we finished a project that has been under wraps for a while now. We are finally so excited to bring it to you. It’s that time of year where we’ve gotten our rhythm back and we’re just flooded with new ideas. “Secret Vision”, our latest editorial is included in Reykjavik Boulevard – Creative Guide, … Continue reading “Secret Vision” by Fashion Grunge for Reykjavik Boulevard
There are so many things happening here for the end of the year. 2014 is all about moving into print for us. So follow 92 Mag on Facebook to get all the details. Continue reading Here’s to 2014!
This glowing new editorial for P Magazine is a hazy trip through the days when you would play hooky from school and hide away in your room when your parents went to work. P Magazine is a new publication in the form of an annual limited edition book based in Mexico. Shot by Scott Laytart … Continue reading “Truancy” by Scott Laytart for P Magazine
Just this week Australian based magazine Monster Children, released their ten year anniversary book. Monster Children is a perfect mix of surf and skate culture, fashion, photography, illustrations, and culture. The hardback edition is a testament of it’s influence throughout the publishing world in the last ten years. This definitely ranks as a “must have” … Continue reading Bookshelf: 10 Years of Monster Children
Growing up SPIN Magazine was just as, if not more important than Rolling Stone in my world. I remember vividly going to the store and getting the latest in alternative news. Last December they announced the end of their print run after 27 years to focus more on their digital properties. It makes me sad … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: SPIN Magazine Covers