The Room #14 Preview

Posted by stephan | October 14th, 2011

The Room #14 cover: Tilda Swinton | Photo: Peter Hapak | Makeup: Yasuo Yoshikawa | Hair: Adam Szabo
The Room never fails to send us into a frenzy with their bi-annual issues filled with a uniquely Hungarian perspective on all things fashion and culture. The inventive gem dazzled us with their 13th issue and now they’re back and better than ever. With style icon Tilda Swinton gracing the cover of no. 14 the magazine takes things to the next level – the focus is still on avant-garde style and arresting imagery, but the talents featured are truly top notch. Inside you’ll find thought provoking interviews with legendary photographer Nan Goldin, a look at compelling Australian designer Dion Lee‘s deceptively simple separates, a talk with pioneering fashion theoretician, Valerie Steele and a host of editorials that merge creativity and chic into a seamless package. Enter The Room and enjoy this taste of all the issue has to offer.

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Model: Egle at Elite | Photo: Nick Dorey | Stylist: Jack Borkett | Makeup: Lucy Bridge | Hair: Mari Osahi | Clothes: Dion Lee

Nan Goldin, self-portrait

“I made a decision when I was a kid. I knew that the wrong things were kept private – in other words, the things that matter were not allowed to be talked about. In American society the gossip principle is ‘Don’t let the neighbors know.’ And I wanted to know what was going on in the neighbors’ house. And I wanted to talk about what was going on in my life.”

– From The Room #14 interview with Nan Goldin

Model: Czukor Balazs | Photographer: Suranyi Miklos | Stylist: Ali Toth & Aniko Virag | Makeup: Bernadett Titkos | Hair: Kenyeres Attila

Models: Victor Nylander & Taylor Gannon | Photo: Charlie Engman | Stylist: Christian Stroble | Grooming: Kumi Craig

Photo: Peter Hapak | Makeup: Yasuo Yoshikawa | Hair: Adam Szabo

“I think one man’s comfort is another man’s discomfort. For me, it’s so unexotic, this idea of accepting the difficulties of whatever – being a mother and just finding it difficult. I think I’m quite good at finding things difficult.”

– From The Room #14 interview with Tilda Swinton on playing a mother who hates and resents her pregnancy and motherhood

Model: Nimue Smit | Photo: Peter Hapak & Marton Perlaki | Stylists: Ali Toth & Aniko Virag | Makeup: Yasuo Yoshikawa | Hair: Tamas Tuzes at Hairclub using Bumble and Bumble

Model: Anna Pichler | Photography: Labady Istvan | Stylists: Ali Toth & Aniko Virag | Makeup: Bernadett Titkos | Hair: Tuzes Tamas

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8 Comments

  1. miguel says:

    TILDA SWINTON,finally a interesting woman and intelligent.

  2. anna says:

    Aspiring Model Veranika Butakova looks JUST like Tilda! The resemblance is crazy, really!

    http://www.rtvgames.com/showthread.php?t=37899

  3. Barrio Dimitri says:
  4. kme says:

    love the wood

  5. Natxo Sobrado says:

    Wonderful work. Tilda Swinton is the best.

  6. MoNaMoUr says:

    Wonderland

  7. David says:

    Amazing. Simply amazing.

  8. Iconiclook.com says:

    Tilda Swinton is not beautiful but she is strange and sublime at the same time. I love her

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