The Irish designer using fashion as a platform to explore and challenge body perceptions
Digital ethics : who’s watching ?
The London-based figurative painter putting sincerity back into art
Where did it all go wrong ?
The [dis]empowering of the “like”
Via Instagram art stunts and Brexit think tanks, academic Annet Dekker peels back social media’s gloss to reveal its use by governments and companies to manipulate public opinion
Stop the algorithm
"The world screams at me and I scream back"
Glamour and fashion
In Soviet Berlin
The Mortal Pickle
Rottingdean Bazaar, AKA designers James Theseus Buck and Luke Brook from Sussex, UK, reveal their collaboration with British photographer, Annie Collinge, in this SLEEK exclusive
In seven decades
Touring Berlin with entrepreneur Friedemann Seith and CUPRA Ateca
Beauty questions reversed
Beauty and taking pride in your appearance are genderless and ageless, but these topics are usually explored more with women than men. So, we spoke to actor Robert Seeliger, 52, about personal grooming and the passing down of wisdom from fathers to sons
Through her lens
As the German capital gets dressed up for the 69th Berlinale, SLEEK speaks to two of the city’s actresses to get their take on the film industry and their chosen home, while they test drive the Audi e-tron, the first electric SUV on the festival’s red carpet
Bags of Berlin
The German capital is not monolithic. It has neither an uptown, nor downtown, no Rive Gauche or Droite, not even a West and East anymore, instead it has its neighbourhoods with their distinct personalities, preferences and definitions for what constitutes a good time. We canvased the city and identified the things they can’t live without
Coast to coast
For Spring 2019, Tommy Hilfiger is teaming up with five-time FIA Formula One champion and global men’s ambassador, Lewis Hamilton. This marks the second time the American designer will collaborate with the international sportstar following the successful launch of their capsule collection, TommyxLewis, last Autumn
Woman wearing an Oskar Schlemmer mask sitting on Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair
Dr. Nina Wiedemeyer, curator of the Original Bauhaus exhibition by the Bauhaus Archive and Berlinische Galerie, explains one of the movement’s most well-known photographs, Woman wearing an Oskar Schlemmer mask sitting on Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair (1926) by Erich Consemüller.