The Rorschach test rests on one basic premise: seeing is an act not just of the eye, but of the mind; and not just of the visual cortex or some other isolated part of the brain, but of the whole person. What we see is made up of who we are
Some moods dictate actions, some are just slight changes in disposition. Some come in short bursts, others last for months. The times have been heavy, so we take your black dressing mood to a lighter place
California-based artist Favianna Rodriguez holds many roles and titles. What they all have in common is the aim to empower fellow creatives disrupt the status quo of social and cultural justice
In this powerful series dubbed “Stolen”, Adrian Brandon features Black individuals whose lives have been cut short by police brutality. He uses time as a medium to define how long each portrait is coloured, with one year of life equating to one minute of colour
Oscillating between the invincible and the invisible, with the power to reveal or conceal, to surprise or disguise, there’s a transcendent quality to this amorphous accessory that appears to offer us a portal to another persona
Drawing from her experience as a clinical psychologist, award-winning artist Donna Bassin explains how she came to capture the portraits of people who feel “invisible and un-entitled to their place in this American moment.”
Safwat Saleem has known many home countries across his lifetime. Inspired by a sense of belonging, his “Concerned But Powerless” series combines many different mediums to create satirical work that explores the social issues foregrounded by the election of Donald Trump
Experts on what happens to us when we quite literally lose touch
Why limit yourself to dressing for your mood when the colour of your clothes can change your life?
From Rome to Istanbul, and decorated by Bulgari’s most exquisite collections, we tempt the senses and savour the flavour
Culture and cuisine are inextricably linked. We desire one as insatiably as the other. So, if this intoxicating duo is innately ingrained, is it possible our most luxurious tastes are simply part of human nature?
For the London-based artist, her ongoing series “Seeing Ourselves” is as much about an exploration of under-representation than it is about celebrating her own “Blackness”. Here, she discusses creating hand-assembled collages to empower fellow Black women
If proprioception has been the sense that has kept us upright when we’ve closed our eyes and dreamt of the future, then Ferragamo is the sartorial way forward
Blouson jackets and jewel-encrusted tunics make up Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter 2021 collection, one teeming with life and ready for us all to live out the fantasy of the flâneur once more. From the still, tranquil moments of the early morning to the return of the loud, bustling working hours, GRAZIA shoots a sonic, sartorial journey across 24 hours in Venice
Australian born Peter Drew rose to prominence thanks to his art that depicted victims of the “White Australian Policy”. Speaking to GRAZIA, he reflects on how his work has evolved into street art and his hope to connect different identities
The strength of effort employed in movement is one of our greatest senses – and best served when elegantly armoured
She’s been dubbed the “Chanel of our generation” – so what can we expect from the long-awaited return of Phoebe Philo? And why, even after a four-year hiatus, is she still the most deified figure in fashion?
How much of our childhood conditioning helps develop our sense of location, movement and actions? How do we navigate when we step foot inside the fairytale?
Camo print, velour, butterfly motifs, and bejewelled accessories… 2021 has ushered in an unexpected fashion trend: the return of bad taste. But don’t worry, it’s nothing to fear. In fact, it may be the best thing to happen to your wardrobe in years
By using digital tools, Daniel Arzola has discovered how to share his work on gender and LGBTQI+ rights from his home in Venezuela, without the work ever being destroyed. “That is ‘Artivism’ for me,” he tells GRAZIA
German poet Bertolt Brecht once said, “Art is not a mirror held up to reality but a hammer with which to shape it.” In GRAZIA’s latest cultural series, New Ways Of Seeing, we explore the work of seven creatives who, through art, attempt to decode the changing world we find ourselves in
“Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn’t mean he lacks vision” – Stevie Wonder
As GRAZIA's 10th biannual edition "7 SENSES" releases, international director Marne Schwartz looks at the duality of sensory overload and sensory deprivation
GRAZIA's 10th biannual print edition is dedicated to the reignition of seven of our senses as we return to socialising. But how will our quarantined-conditioned receptors cope? And is reality more complicated than we recall?
Explore Cartier's iconic collections, as lensed by Paul Morel and featured in GRAZIA’s 10th international print edition
It’s the impossibility of engineering the avant-garde into the perpetually classic. For the Cartier Maison it’s a practice that starts and ends with flawless, intuitive design – because when trends fade and times change, the articulate nature of iconic hardware is evermore
Charming and eccentric styles are the prelude to the new season of fashion. Press play to enter an operatic and dreamlike world
A look back at four decades of Emporio Armani, and how the early beacon of democratised luxury came to be
As Armani celebrates the 40th anniversary of their iconic Emporio Armani brand, GRAZIA celebrates its history and travels to the Cava Michelangelo – the marble quarry where the Italian artist acquired the stone to create the iconic statue of David
As a banquet of sounds returns to our lives, making your own music will still have its place
A living room matinée of over the top styling worthy of an OnlyFans subscription
Structured tailoring and vibrant colour meet at the heady lavender plateau in Provence