Loom-est #3

Loom-est #3 Magazine

Loom – est is a trend magazine. Is it? As professional fashion researchers, we have always felt something was missing in the means we were provided to read and understand the streets. Those instruments are feeding a vicious cycle that claims to foresee the future by recycling instances of a close past, which per se stands a paradox. Our aim is to break this cycle and point straight towards the future. The themes Loom – est produces are assigned to carefully selected contributors, in order to develop them from scratch and explain them to the reader for what they are, without the incursion of pre- made contents. In this way we tell our stories by putting together the minds and visions of those who are shaping the future, as a machine that feeds itself with synergic innovation. Each issue will begin with a homage to a number of accomplished artists who are chosen upon the relationship between their production and the issue’s main theme. Our first issue’s godparents are Fre´de´rique Daubal and Charles Fre´ger. They both depict their idea of the mask, from the ancestral depths it sets its roots in, to the social implications it chaotically hides. The support of emerging artists is the other cornerstone of Loom – est. Their portrayal extends throughout the whole magazine culminating in our Young Talents section, which serves as a gallery showcasing our take on the future of arts and crafts. We wave the reader goodbye with the dream of a journey through today’s most representative wheres, told by our contributors and then translated into the language of fashion. Loom – est is not a trend magazine, and we hope not to ever find a better definition.

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