Document went behind the scenes this season with CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist, designer Raul Lopez of @Luar. The show was a blur of immaculately-tailored all white ensembles that conjured up images of renaissance paintings and divine b
In “Play It As It Lays” photographer Bennie Julian Gay and stylist Marie-Therese Haustein juxtapose pleated garments with clay statues to explore the sculptural qualities of posture and movement. See the full story online now, lin
Fine art photographer Erwin Blumenfeld’s mesmerizing techniques in and out of the darkroom graced the the world’s finest fashion publications, with his radical approach blurring lines, leading to images shot in the ‘40’s
Meet New Pandemics (@newpandemics), the all LGBTQ+ modeling agency that’s looking to bring queer visibility to the forefront. “It’s a simple reminder that so many Queer people sacrificed their comfort, stability, and lives to
Back in 2013 for our second issue, we had the immense pleasure to have the great Glenn O’Brien discuss and remember New York in 1980, not through the buildings or iconic skyline, but the faces that were, as Glenn writes, “the star
In 1984 in New York’s East Village at Tompkins Square Park the first Wigstock took place. Since then the celebration has grown to one of the biggest in the world. In celebration of Wigstock 2018, Document invited a few of the most lion
Empress Of carves out a kingdom. “No matter what someone adds to yours music, you have the power to keep changing it. I’ve learned how to say, this is my goal, this is my vision.” Lorely Rodriguez (@empressof) talks about her
Into the woods: Acne Studios’ Jonny Johansson takes on the Swedish outdoor icon Fjällräven. “You have two choices as a designer: either you try to become a celebrity and a designer, or you’re just a designer. And I
Photographer Edd Horder takes a look at the sights and styles of the Notting Hill Carnival, the annual London summer street party that celebrates Caribbean culture. Brazilian dancers, steel band members, and attendees accessorize with feath
For Document, photographer Catherine Servel and stylist Rachael Wang approach the body as a landscape to be explored visually and tactilely, capturing the sensual substance of the human form without objectifying it. Bold colors and movement
Photographer @christelle_studio zooms in on downtown NYC in ‘Citizens of the Bowery,’ with her exploration of 60 denizens of one of New York’s most historic thoroughfares. See the full video online now, along with the  portra
With her latest zine ‘One Damn Thing After Another,’ Stef Mitchell captures the blur of transitioning from childhood to adulthood in her trademark poetic approach. In it, Mitchell incorporates unassuming photography of adolescents
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