One of our favorite festivals is taking place again this October – here’s what you can expect!
Afropunk, the platform embracing and empowering black folks, hosted a packed festival in Paris this July, and photographer Geneviève Dieng captured the cuties and beauties attending it!
It is no doubt Creepy Teepee stands out amongst all those huge, essentially commercial European summer festivals. This year’s edition was no exception, bringing delicate moments of pure happiness mixed with weirdness to everyone who was there. Read our report, accompanied by snaps capturing its raw energy by photographer Vaclav Mach.
We demand fair working hours! We demand proper wage and insurance! We demand respect, care, and empowerment! And, last but not least, we demand amazing upcycled work outfits from Berlin-based designer Melisa Minca.
Limited tie-dye collection, freshly customized clothes, inked skin, beer with tequila, DJs spinning fresh tunes, girl power, and lots of fun. Lena Luga captured what went down at the Kink x Recycle launch in Prague!
Our very exclusive upcycled fashion collection, made in collab with Recycle Vintage Store, is to be launched this Thursday June 23 in Prague. Take a first look at the empowering garments!
A festival whose lineup consists mostly of people of color and/or queer folks (OR queers of color) in the traditional, conservative Austrian capital? Yes, please!
We’ve joined forces with Prague-based Recycle Vintage Store to bring you an exclusive upcycled collection. The outcome of the fresh collab will be launched on June 21 at Kampus Hybernska in Prague – make sure to join us!
3D sounds, virtual reality, performances and robotics: Digital Arts Festival MIRA again introduced us to the world of electronic music and technologies. Here’s our review!
Berlin-based music and art platform Creamcake will provide the 24/7 online generation with all the info they need to know about gender as it relates to digital spaces and technologies through their new event series.
Sweat, spilled beer, stepped-on shoes, ringing in your ears. Project Bands on Film captures the electrifying energy of London’s alternative music scene.
CTM manages to be one of the most exciting events of the European music scene, and this year’s edition was no exception. Don’t cry you didn’t get the chance to be there and read our review instead. Or perhaps, cry a little, and already start saving money for tickets for next year.