Viscose is a new journal for fashion criticism. Launched between Copenhagen and New York in 2021, the periodical publishes critical writing and projects by a wide range of authors from the worlds of art, fashion, literature, and academia. Through specially edited thematic issues, Viscose gives space to projects that challenge and expand the possibilities of research, practice, and critique of fashion.
Issue features: Get Dressed Rapidly; Not There: On the Disappearance of The Garment in Photography; Fashion in the Desert of the Real; All Those Stuffed Shirts; Outfitting as Assemblage; On Clothes; This "Dress" is Not a Dress; On Maison Martin Margiela, Textiles, and Agriculture; You Can(not) Re-Dress; Prada Archive; A Mint-Coloured Milkmaid Top; Lady Di's Pregancy Dresses; and more!
Issue contributors include: Nina Beier, Anne-Sophie Berger, Paige K. Bradley, Laura Brown, Pia Camil, Dal Chodha, Victoria Colmegna, Exactitudes (Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek), Anna Franceschini, Laura Gardner, Rhonda Lieberman, Eric N. Mack, Kristian Vistrup Madsen, Christian Oldham, Kembra Pfahler, Carol Gustaf Von Platen, Mattia Ruffalo, Tenant of Culture, Torbjørn Rødland, Barbara Sánchez-Kane, Else Skålvoll Thorenfeldt, Jeppe Ugelvig, Femke de Vries, Issy Wood, Bruno Zhu.
6.75 x 8.5", 174 pages