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CURRENT VIEWING: GAKONA: PALAIS DE TOKYO:PARIS

The Palais mag is a must buy on every visit to ParisThe Palais mag is a must buy on every visit to Paris

Listen, does this not sound like the best Hollywood conspiracy thriller never filmed?

TI CASTING CALL: Tattooed Street Beauty

Ralphie at CdP is very the idealRalphie at CdP is very the ideal

TI IS MAD FOR: DITTE HAMMERSTROEM'S SIDE TABLES

Ditte Hammerstroem's sexy side-tables are a THING!Ditte Hammerstroem's sexy side-tables are a THING!

TI IS MAD FOR: ROCHAMBEAU'S NEW PROMO

Imagine how this will feel in the handsImagine how this will feel in the hands

CURRENT READING: Counterpoint: Photographs by Robert and Shana Parkeharrison

A simple way of describing the effects of industrial pollutionA simple way of describing the effects of industrial pollution

HEDI's LENS ON LINDSAY

Lindsay is not afraid in her images by Hedi SlimaneLindsay is not afraid in her images by Hedi Slimane

CURRENT VIEWING: Tim Knowles, Pe Lang + Zimoun : BITFORMS

Tim Knowles walked about London with this on his head. Very Michel Gondry film waiting to happenTim Knowles walked about London with this on his head. Very Michel Gondry film waiting to happen

TI IS MAD FOR: RAPHAEL YOUNG'S SCULPTURAL SHOES

TI is obsessed with the mechanics and dynamics of how this Raphael Young shoe was createdTI is obsessed with the mechanics and dynamics of how this Raphael Young shoe was created

I first saw a look book of Raphael Young's shoes while visiting Bruno Jamage and Frederico Denti at the WM offices in Paris last season. When I heard that this mysterious young designer was in New York for Fashion Week, I made sure to have a sit down with him and his rep, Paul Viguier . Apart from crafting insanely beautiful shoes, Raphael Young walked in with the chic, chic style that TI is tempted to copy. AND this gentleman displayed the most elegant manners, haircut and fingers I've seen in eons. Tune into our exclusive conversation with Mr Young.

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