Despite today’s streamlined aesthetic, grunge fashion has definitely not lost its edge. Having influenced design since the ’90s, the style is making a comeback. For this shoot, we take a look at how the subgenre is both sexy and sophisticated by fusing it with futuristic shapes.
Andy Warhol's Interview was chosen as a hypothetical platform as the publication is known for pushing the boundaries of art and culture through an inventively risqué manner. The purity of the layouts compliments the images and elevates the theme of grunge futurism.
Photographer/Director: Mark Baker-Sanchez
Stylist: Tauri Partin
Model: Tauri Partin
Interview is an American magazine founded in late 1969 by artist Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock. Nicknamed "The Crystal Ball of Pop," each issue features intimate conversations between the world's most creative people. All elements used throughout these spreads including the Interview signature are copyrighted by Interview. The layouts are influenced by Fabien Baron during his time as editorial director at the magazine. The Saint Laurent lettermark is copyrighted by Saint Laurent. The typefaces used are Seingalt by David Massara and Old Standard TT by Alexey Kryukov.