Numéro 239

Numéro 239 of June-July-August 2023  
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A conversation between Dior Men’s artistic director Kim Jones and Cyrill Putsch, designer and founder of the project Parley for the Oceans, on their beachwear collection made in upcycled plastic.

Also featured, pop star Kim Petras, first transgender woman to receive a Grammy Award ; South African singer Tyla, whose music intertwine amapiano and 2000’s R’n’B ; singer-songwriter and actress Rina Sawayama, who stars in John Wick - Chapter 4 ; French duo Ascendant Vierge’s flamboyant and mystical techno ; an exclusive interview with choreographer Benjamin Millepied, who will soon unveil his movie Carmen in theaters ; young comedian Fleur Geffrier, starring in series Les Gouttes de Dieu ; the Basquiat x Warhol big exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton ; and fashion editorials by Txema Yeste, Ben Hassett, Sofia et Mauro, Kenny Germé, Bruno+Nico Van Mossevelde and Julien Vallon.

Numéro has been a leading media in the world of fashion, contemporary art and culture. 

Numéro magazine creates a unique editorial and visual language blending fashion, beauty, art, and design. Numéro offers three editions: Numéro, Numéro Homme, Numéro Art.

Numéro 233

Number 233 of October 2022
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In this Numéro 233 : an exclusive interview with Christine and the Queen, who presents their new poetic and flamboyant musical project Redcar; an interview with the singer Lous and the Yakuza, who releases her second album Iota; a portrait of the 23-year-old artist Oete, the upcoming French pop icon; an interview with Casey Cadwallader, the talented designer who took the reins of the house of Mugler in 2018; a focus on the duo Gerard & Kelly, whose work mingling dance, art, and cinema, is exhibited at the Carré d’art in Nîmes, France.

 

Also, Jeremy Thomas, the producer who won the Jury Prize in Cannes for his film Hi-Han; One Fine Morning, Mia Hansen-Løve’s new film with Léa Seydoux; the sculptor Carol Bove, who will soon be exhibited at the David Zwirner Gallery; portraits made by the enigmatic Viennese artist Marina Faust; the contemporary mutant interpretated by photographer Jean-Baptiste Mondino and Babeth Djian; fashion series by Bastiann Woudt, Damien Krisl, Umit Savaci, Szilvester Mako, Yulia Gorbachenko and Noël Quintela.  

Yohji Yamamoto - ss25 men

Spring-Summer 2025 ready-to-wear fashion show in Paris by La Mode en Images. 

With offices in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Asia, La Mode en Images designs and produces fashion shows, brand exhibits and large scale events for brands, who deliver custom-made and immersive events worldwide.

Collaboration with other areas of expertise within the Group enriches these moments with virtual experiences and NFT programs.