Author Archives: See.7

Behind the Scenes: Beggar King

View the complete story, “Beggar King,” by photographer Liz Dungate.

Feature: Eliran & Elad

Eliran Ashraf is an Israeli textile and fashion designer.  He graduated from Shenkar college of engineering and design, in July 2013.  In his graduation collection, titled “UNDER/CONSTRUCTION,” he explored and compared two, non-related worlds; the language of modern-international architecture, and the textile language of the Jewish Yemenite culture.  He’s currently based in Geneva, Switzerland. Elad [...]

Feature: Amanda Harris

Amanda Harrisson, a recent fashion print graduate from Central Saint Martins, has a unique talent for incorporating illustration into fashion.  Her final collection of hand-drawn black and white portraits of contemporary icons took over 300 hours to draw.  She stated, “I wanted to create a fully hand drawn collection, and my inspiration came from looking [...]

Feature: Sebastian Rollé

Tell us a little about yourself. My name is Sebastian, I’m 21 years old and live in a little village in the south of the Netherlands.  About six years ago I bought my first camera which travels with me everywhere I go.  My first camera was a very simple one, and then I bought a [...]

Find of the Week: Covered in Art

This week we feature the art of Andy Golub, who often uses the nude body as his canvas.  Photos by Arthur Eisenberg.

Interview with photographer Veronica Lounge (Finland)

1)  Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a Fashion/Lifestyle/Still-life photographer from Russia/Finland.  I discovered photography by chance.  Back in 2008, for personal reasons, I moved to Finland, where at the end of the year I found a professional photography studies program.  And because I’ve always had talents in painting and art, I [...]

Consumerism or Eco-Friendly Fashion Pursuits?

Eco-Fashion Is The Real Deal While everyone is still hyped up from the NY Spring 2014 Fashion Week, there are still a lot of things to look forward to when it comes to the latest styles and trends in the industry.  As several sectors today are beginning to shift towards sustainable development and eco-friendly practices, [...]

Interview with photographer Andrew Kalashnikov (Russia)

1) Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a young Russian photographer.   At age 24, I have worked with Rolling Stone magazine, fronted several advertising campaigns, collaborated with Rick Owens on his designer corner in Le Printemps department store (Paris), shot Tricky for a new album cover, and was booked for some [...]

Find of the Week: SAVIA

SAVIA is a clothing and textile art project founded by sisters Fabiana and Patricia Persia.  They are one of a group of seven designers based in Santiago, Chile, under the collaborative name of Moda Lenta de Chile, or Slow Fashion Chile.  The group comprises of a range of talented Chilean fashion, accessories and jewelry designers, [...]

Feature: Entropy by Valentina De’ Mathà

From its beginnings, Valentina De’ Mathà’s research has investigated the dynamic and unstable relationships between man and nature, through the perspective of mutation, inquiring into the laws of cause and effect which govern the fluctuations between these two poles and their metamorphosis. In this installation presented at the Limonaia di Villa Saroli, the artist once [...]

Fashion is global.
Across all seven
continents people
create, innovate, share,
swap and reappropriate
clothing every day to
suit their style, to
express their personal or
cultural identity.  By
being aware of the
world around us, we
become aware of the
opportunities that exist
to identify or
differentiate our own
lives. By being part of
the global fashion
village, our own choices
inform others.

Every issue focuses on
each of the continents,
exploring the lives of
those who live and
work in each area.
See.7 magazine distills
this concept into words
and images through the
eyes of photographers,
stylists, art directors,
artists and writers from
around the world.
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