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Mi Hermana: A Conversation with Photographer Alicia Vega

 “A lot of Latinos growing up in the states were encouraged to “be more American” by our immigrant parents and grandparents, out of fear of being targeted. As a result, so many of us grew up only speaking English, losing our native tongue and culture over generations”

 

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Studio Visit: A Conversation with Kristian Burford

 

A Q&A at the studio with Kristian Burford / @kristianburford

Photographer: Kimberly Marie / @bootsymarie

Location: Los Angeles, California

 

"There is an important link between terror and intimacy ... it has something to do with mirrors." 

 

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Armoire Mag Exclusive: Modern Love from Daniel Cavanaugh and Amy Van Doran

 

Model, Stylist: Amy Van Doran / @amyvandoran

Photographer: Daniel Cavanaugh / @dwcavanaugh

Backdrop Art, Hair and Makeup: Kirsten Bode / @koko_bode

Interview conducted by Kimberly Marie

 

"I think people are having the hardest time with love than ever before."

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Armoire Mag Exclusive: BQ-001

 

Photographer, Stylist and Acrylic Backdrops: Jeannot Quenson / @swoonyjean

Wardrobe and Styling: Ralph Barton & Todd Dickerson

Location: Portland, Oregon 

 

BQ-001 is about brutal mashups. Combining rich colors, mass manufactured apparel prints and hand painted acrylic patterns, this series evokes a modern mood of constant bombardment, a contradiction of information. 

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Armoire Mag Exclusive: Echoes by Cecilia Alejandra and Mallory Hublein

 

Photographer: Cecilia Alejandra / @cecilia.alejandra

Director and Stylist, Interviewee: Mallory Hublein / @therebelstylist

Medium: 120mm film, medium format

Model: Melissa Ann Taylor / @melissaanntaylor

Interview conducted by Kimberly Marie

 

"Being a part of a team that pushes boundaries, comes up with inspiring, innovative work, that is really important to me. Whatever path that takes me down is the path I want to be on."

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Armoire Mag Exclusive: Jean Meziere

 

Photographer: Jean Meziere 

Edits: Jeannot Quenson / @swoonyjean

Medium: Film 

 

We are honored to feature this unpublished series by renowned French Photographer Jean Meziere (1946-1986) 

These photographs were created in the American southwest in 1982. Using slow AFA film, mainly Kodachrome 25, Meziere was able to capture the intensity of light in a profound way. His work became characterized by strong color saturation, and a crisp level of detail due to the film's fine grain. Nearly thirty five years later, with restoration and edits from Meziere's son, Jeannot Quenson, this artist's unseen works are making their premiere appearance in Armoire Magazine. Read more from Jeannot Quenson on Meziere's life and art linked below.

 

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