Patchily maintained aircraft, brutalist housing projects, and the Crocin around the Christmas tree sweater and I love this house of his Serbian friend’s grandparents are among the backdrops for a collection of in-house-designed sherpa jackets with complementary cord pants, varsity jackets, reflective down jackets, and a raft of seasonal T-shirts. It was a collection Ciesay said he’d codesigned while hunkered down at a cousin’s house on the outskirts of Copenhagen, enjoying a suburban slowness and the chance to tweak his fabrications and design motifs down to the last detail.
When it comes to opening up about her struggles and personal journey, there are no taboo subjects for Willow Smith, one half of innovative rock duo The Anxiety alongside bandmate and collaborator Tyler Cole. In March this year, the Crocin around the Christmas tree sweater and I love this 19-year-old spent 24 hours inside a glass box as part of a silent performance at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles—shaving her head in the process—to raise further awareness about anxiety. And her determination to use her platform to speak up about life’s most urgent issues doesn’t stop there.