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Isostasy Collection WILD Fashion

Titania Inglis FW14—Moving Towards A Tectonic Sense of Style

by: Abigail Doan


Tapping into geological phenomena to inspire and forge a ready-to-wear collection might not be the standard M.O. in the fashion realm, but designer Titania Inglis has once again demonstrated that her core vision of minimalistic silhouettes and earth-centric processes can indeed create 'tectonic' style cohesion.

Tags: 2013 CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge, Camilla Stærk, Design Academy Eindhoven, Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award, Elaine Tian, Fall/Winter 2014, Fashion Institute of Technology, FW14, Garment District, Isostasy Collection, Italy, Japan, Jean Yu, New York, Nouveau Classical Project, Philippines, Studio Joo, Sugar Vendil, sustainable design, threeASFOUR, Titania Inglis
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games WILD Fashion

And the Gold Medal Goes to…

by: Kylie Peterson


We rank the best and worst of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic uniforms.

Tags: France, Germany, Japan, Lacoste, Lisa Frank, Norway, Olympic Games, Ralph Lauren, Russia, Sochi Olympics, Uniforms, USA, Willy Bogner, Winter 2014
An election officer brings a ballot box from polling station at a ballot counting centre for the upper house election in Tokyo

Stepping Towards a Mandate

by: The WILD


Yuya Shino/Reuters A Japanese election worker carries a ballot box on his way to count the cast ballots. The liberal democrat party of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, described as an outspoken nationalist, secured landslide victories […]

Tags: Japan, Japanese elections, Picture of the day, Shinzo Abe, Yuya Shino
The Love Doll WLD mag arts

The Love Doll

by: Emily Kirkpatrick


Laurie Simmons has been known for her photography of dolls and ventriloquist dummies set in domestic and surreal settings since the 70s, and most recently, for being the mother of “the voice of this generation…or at […]

Tags: Day 22 (20 Pounds of Jewelry), Day 31 (Geisha), Emily Kirkpatrick, Grace Dunham, Japan, Laurie Simmons, Lena Dunham, New York Magazine, The Love Doll, The Wild Magazine
DJ Kentaro interview for The WILD magazine

Interview: DJ Kentaro Spinning the Globe

by: Kim Wilson


How are you? I am good thanks. I’m in Tokyo at the moment, at home! It has been a busy summer, I was touring all summer long basically, starting with my album launch at Ageha, […]

Tags: Basscamp, Birdy Nam Nam, C2C, Craze, Daedelus, DJ Kentaro, DJ Krush, Electraglide, Fire Ball, Futurebound, Interviews, Jack Beats, Japan, Kentaro, Kid Koala, Kim Wilson, Matrix, MC Zulu, music, Qemists, Reso, Saturn festival, The Neptunes, The Wild Magazine, Timberland, Tokyo, XLII
Mynority Classics WILD Mag profile

WILD Profile: Mynority Classics: Minorities Living in a City of Over 12 Million

by: Khiera Nicole


WHO: Mynority Classics (DJ SARASA & A$AMI ONE) WHERE: Tokyo, Japan WHAT THEY DO: Producers and designers of a Tokyo based B-Girl lifestyle brand. What are you currently working on? We are pushing these Hip […]

Tags: A$AMI ONE, DJ SARASA, Japan, Khiera Nicole, music, Mynority Classics (DJ SARASA & A$AMI ONE)Mynority Classics, The Wild Magazine, Tokyo, WILD PROFILES
modern day geisha kyoto japan

Modern Day Geisha, Kyoto Japan

by: Giovanna Badilla


Photograph by Clancy Lethbridge via National Geographic Japan, a country where ultra modern living and old traditions can live in perfect symbiosis, has had a Geisha tradition that has been passed down from generation to […]

Tags: Geisha, Giovanna Badilla, Japan, Kyoto, Memoirs of a Geisha, Mineko Iwasaki, The Wild Magazine
Adeline Rapon

WILD Profile: Le Doux Secret de Miss Rapon

by: Isaac Perez Solano


Who: Adeline Rapon What She Does: Blogger Where: Paris What’s on her mind today: It’s so sunny that I’m wearing short shorts, and it seems like I’m the only one. I don’t think I should […]

Tags: Adeline Rapon, Chris Rock, Issac Perez Solano, Japan, Paris, Saga Africa, The Wild Magazine, WILD PROFILES, Yannick Noah
Japan, Fukushima Daiich, anniversary, tsunami

Marking a Devastating Anniversary, Japan

by: Marina Lucic


It has been a year since the earthquake and tsunami hit the north-eastern coast of Japan that left 20,000 people either dead or missing. Photo by Daniel Berehulak. For more of his work, click here.

Tags: anniversary, Fukushima Daiich, Japan, Marina Lucic, tsunami
We Love Japan

AMA PROJECT JAPAN-The Heart of Minami Sanriku Women

by: Marine de la Morandière


Born from the impulse of two incredible women, the Ama Project aims to help the women of Minami Sanriku in the tsunami-stricken Northeast Japan. When Ritsuko Nishimae and Kasumiko Murakami arrive on location, right after […]

Tags: Ama Project, Andre, André Saraiva, Azuma-re, Colette, Colette carnaval, earthquake, Jane Birkin, Japan, Kasumiko Murakami, Marine de la Morandiere, Minami sanriku, Miyagi prefecture, relief., Ritsuko Nishimae, tsunami

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