Yo! Sissy: a festival blurring the lines between audience and performer, the personal and political, art and gender. Here is a review of all that happened at this year’s juiciest international queer festival, including an exclusive photo report by Dánae Cuesta.
Come mid-August, drop those beachy vibes with sun reflecting in your eyes and descend into the world of darkness and noise set in a vast block of concrete. Let Berlin Atonal swallow your heart and soul because what awaits behind the gates is well worth the price.
Upon the release of XVII’s solo debut EP NODRUMS, k(y)nk presents an exclusive premiere of a video for “Like Almond” featuring the rapper Lamb Kebab. Get a taste of the almond milk below.
Drag, butt plugs and furry animals. Not your regular fashion week. We sent Melisa Minca to capture the best of this year’s first BAFW.
Going beyond the conventional notions about fashion, the Berlin-based brand UY makes a bold stroke with black almost synonymous with their identity to wipe out all rules and start with a clear canvas for creating genderless, timeless, and all culture embracing garments. Get a taste of their darkness in our interview below.
German designer Tabitha Swanson finds harmony in peach-colored gradients.
Dive into the stream of your own consciousness as you close your eyes and listen to the fuzzy sonic piece by Iku. Her longform work ‘Fugue’ debuts on Kink.
Enter the world where darkness reigns through our photo report from one of the finest Berlin-based label’s birthday party.
The new collection of the Berlin clothing brand URAN subverts the game rules of fashion industry. Shiny coins kill the creativity. But sometimes creativity arises from the struggle.
Wear your heart on your sleeve and your cunt on the chest.
With or without feelings, (consensual) sex is fun. Win three packages of Einhorn condoms to keep it risk-free too!
This weekend, a feminist art collective Curated by Girls had its first IRL exhibition in Berlin. We chatted to the founder and curator Laetitia Duveau about intersectionality, representation, and sexism.