Portraits of Taya

An intimate fashion story by Julian Mährlein and Lisa Dymph Megens.

 

Meet the ‘Children of Graceland’

Ace & Tate presents a photography project by Hayley Louisa Brown.

Glamcult announces the new Glamcult

You can now pre-order our new magazine.

Peek into Martan’s colourful ritual

A ceremonial day and night with the rising Dutch designers.

“The characters I depict are all parts of me”

In conversation with spellbinding filmmaker Emma Westenberg.

Meet raw visual poet Martijn Mendel

“In a world where everything has already been done, the only thing we can do is tell our story.”

Mount Kimbie on evolution, experiment and working with Jay-Z

“It takes longer than a year to get rid of the British influence.”

A Friday night with Glamcult and Dr. Martens

We teamed up for an Amsterdam shopping party.

Introducing new face Chandra

A visual essay by Lobke Leijser.

“Cock, cock.. who’s there?”

Samira Elagoz confronts the trauma of #metoo.

Coming of age with Daniel W. Fletcher

The rising designer talks clothes, politics and protest.

Deciphering design with Amy Suo Wu

“My practice mirrors my diasporic identity.”

 

Twin singers Ibeyi punch and hug through music

“Creating harmonies has become second nature to us.”

Ace & Tate makes its Dutch Design Week debut

Zoom in and discover a fresh perspective on design.

“Dalston daze”

Michelle Helena Janssen presents another Glamcult love story.

Glamcult’s guide to ADE

Five events to shake up your week.

This design exhibition shows no finished work

Explore the ways of 32 emerging talents at Dutch Design Week.

When clothes dance…

How intimate are you and your clothes?

In conversation with Jamie Hawkesworth

“It’s nice to reflect on the diversity of people.”

Gents make guilty pleasures a thing of the past

“Decadent, emotional, romantic and nostalgic.”

The opposites of Oscar and the Wolf

Max Colombie talks fear and peace of mind.

Curating club culture

Meet the creative mind behind De School Amsterdam.

“Dress me up. Wind me up.”

Romance and chaos collide in a visual essay by Mies Janssen.

Can technology replicate intimacy?

Nicole Pérez explores the future meaning of affection.

See the highlights of our ‘Masculinities’ launch party

Glamcult and Barrie Hullegie got together at Unseen Amsterdam.

“Fashion is a powerful messaging tool”

Weekday re-launches some of its most popular prints.

“Mels”

A tribute to the streets of Amsterdam’s Kolenkit District.

Your Glamcult guide to Unseen Amsterdam

The photo festival is back. This is what you should see.

Exclusive: behind the scenes at Hardeman S/S18

The Dutch designer let us in on the wildness of her show at New York Fashion Week.

A glimpse of Maison the Faux at NYFW

Irreverence and beauty in the faux world, captured by Franco Schicke.

“Miss Universe”

What is your aspiration in life?

Let rising singer Poppy Ajudha soothe your soul

“You have to be a bit of an emotional wreck to be a songwriter…”

Explore the meaning of ‘Masculinities’ at Unseen Amsterdam

Glamcult and Barrie Hullegie present a photography exhibition.

“Hips or lips?”

We found love with Milan’s freshest faces.

“How do you love?”

Our big autumn issue is here.

The countless colours of Thomas Azier

“I’m trying to make sense of the chaos of our times.”

“Ellis Lauren Siadis”

Maxime Cardol and Lisa Dymph Megens take fashion to the streets of Rotterdam.

Backstage at Appelsap 2017

We snuck behind the festival scenes with Diesel.

Get to know Instagram’s best cult collector

“My feed still surprises me when I scroll through it…”

“Fish or Fight” with Botter

Piet Oosterbeek captures Botter’s colourful collection—charged with a serious message.

Meet the superhuman cast of Reconstruct

We shot the collective’s fiercest faces at Amsterdam Fashion Week.

The feminist tapestries of Erin M Riley

Turning your intimate moments into art.

“Nothing more than human”

Sevdaliza reveals the vulnerable power of her shape-shifting soul.

“It’s only arrogance if you’re wrong”

Jasper Rens van Es takes to the streets of London for a red-hot Glamcult story.

 

 

 

 

“We dance to the beat of a new, better, faster breed”

Antoine Harinthe and Thomas Davis team up for our ‘Body Politics’ issue.

“Get into the Photomaton”

A whirling take on the passport photo edicts. Zero fucks given.

“The warmest light is your body”

Daisy Walker and Theophile Hermand showcase fashion’s underrepresented.

Embody: Herrensauna

The ideals, necessity and symbolism of a sweat-soaked night.

Goldfrapp turns back to synths

We met the—forever cool—Alison.

“You know this hair is my shit”

Campbell Addy and PC Williams shoot a soft and unfeigned visual essay.

Jordan Wolfson unveils TRUTH/LOVE

“I am a totally narcissistic victim of my own brain.”

What went down at our office party

Glamcult’s contributors dropped in for a drink and a brand new scarf.

Here’s what happens when De School and Glamcult team up

Browse the performance highlights of Tijdgenoten #2.

“But I’m on the guest list too!”

Indulge in our Retro Rave cover story by Ronan Mckenzie and PC Williams.

Gaïa by Julia et Vincent

Embrace the winter sun with a visual essay by the talented French duo.

“Tiny particles of light”

Sophie Mayanne and Leendert Sonnevelt document the sunlit afterparty.

“The sun machine is coming down”

A (retro) rave story by Fernando Uceda and Xander Ang.

Sies Marjan is the ultimate case of come-and-conquer

Meet the mastermind behind the rising label.

Embody: Koché

Glamcult and Ari Versluis meet the young Parisian designer spearheading change.

“I disagree with everything I used to say”

Mattias Björklund shoots (y)our autumn/winter 2016 fashion bible.

Wolfgang Tillmans and the “soulful beat of techno”

The iconic artist talks Trump, art and activism.

“Billion dollar bay, trillion dollar baby”

A visual essay breaching the system of gender stereotypes.

“Denim dollhouse”

Masha Mel and Tess Yopp capture the skillful work of Faustine Steinmetz.

Empress Of a new pop empire

The powerhouse producer talks about her queendom.

“My blood is a flood of rubies”

The full cover story by Sofie Middernacht and Maarten Alexander.

Meet the master of vagina art

Stephanie Sarley doodles for a greater cause.

Embody: Jacquemus

The French fashion star and his dearest model, shot by Ari Versluis.

 

“Art versus fashion”

A visual essay by Julia et Vincent in collaboration with the artist Antoine Grulier.

What would Whitney do?

“No recording is ever good because it’s perfect.”

Dua Lipa dreams of being like Nelly Furtado

In conversation with pop’s inescapable new star.

“Telepathic on the paranoid level”

A Glamcult story by Alexandra Leese and Charlotte Roberts.

Hinds are just getting started

What it means to be “rock and roll soldiers”.

In conversation with Beach House

A plea for love, diligence and not giving a fuck.

This was Glamcult’s warehouse party

All the right friends in all the right places.

“Your body must be heard”

Daisy Walker and Tess Yopp play out Nature versus Nurture.

Embody: Ed Marler

Ari Versluis gets intimate with power duo Ed Marler and Matthew Josephs.

Lion Babe is a sign of our times

As well as an expression of the soul.

Glamcult meets Grimes

“My generation is a bit apathetic sometimes, and that scares me.”

Embody: Gosha Rubchinskiy

Ari Versluis meets the Russian boys who take the streets to high-end fashion realms.

Charles Jeffrey turns “freak soup” into fashion

An introduction to the lauded CSM graduate.

Who is Shura?

Hint: her only rider request is a glass of water.

“We’re in a magic place, y’all”

See the “dolls on drugs” cover story.

Embody: Vetements

Ari Versluis shoots the golden duo that captures the zeitgeist like no other.

“Your jaw at the disco is all I see”

A visual essay by Filip Custic and Kito Muñoz.

Cakes Da Killa runs every fucking club

His sound is both whimsical and heartfelt.

“Will me, thrill me, you can never kill me”

The lush combination of Yaël, Leendert, Patrick—and superstar Charlie.

Ed Atkins on the digital era, CGI and magic

“Mine is a responsive, discursive position…”

In conversation with Vetements

We got you the nuts and bolts of the ruling collective.

In conversation with Peter De Potter

From white thugs and newspaper clippings to dogs and dicks.

Meadham Kirchoff reveal their reactionary world

Enter a state of “aborted happiness”.