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Now in its seventh issue, the latest edition of WIP magazine is available from select global retailers, Carhartt WIP stores, and our online shop. The 152-page publication uses the lens of crowd dynamics to interrogate underground scenes, from Cypriot football ultras to Copenhagen skaters, in a dossier titled Critical Mass. In addition: musician Kelman Duran demonstrates a scholarly approach to composing his outré soundscapes: Nico Walker, the army veteran turned bank robber turned bestselling author, discusses the process of storytelling and myth of agency and modern renaissance man Kunichi Nomura talks about the state of Tokyo nightlife in an interview with Sabukaru’s Adrian Bianco.
Elsewhere in the issue, critic Hua Hsu discusses passion projects and zine-making, the Milanese architecture firm Space Caviar elaborate on their ethos of non-extractive architecture, leftfield electronic duo Salamanda from Seoul tell us what the color pink sounds like, and essayist Philippa Snow pays tribute to the enduring legacy of artist Pippa Garner, ahead of her first major solo exhibition in Europe. The brand’s F/W22 collection is also showcased through editorials by the Paris-based Jan Philipzen and LA photographer Yudo Kurita.