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Futurism

For “FUTURISM” as an issue, we’ve endeavored to take a story we think we know and make it into a story that teaches us something new. For many, “futurism” is utopian yet, as we deliver this issue out of the pandemic, urgent questions arise about consciousness and who we will become: Will we tolerate the structural and economic inequalities thrown into sharp relief that plague us currently?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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For “FUTURISM” as an issue, we’ve endeavored to take a story we think we know and make it into a story that teaches us something new. For many, “futurism” is utopian yet, as we deliver this issue out of the pandemic, urgent questions arise about consciousness and who we will become: Will we tolerate the structural and economic inequalities thrown into sharp relief that plague us currently?

MARTHA HUNT

Muses on a post pandemic future

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ALOK

ALOK.
writer. performer. speaker.
fashionista@! gender fluid (they): discusses #degendering fashion

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NADINE IJEWERE

Vision of Black Beauty

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LOUS AND THE YAKUZA

Award-winning director WENDY MORGAN met the 24 year old Congolese-Belgian artist LOUSITA CASH on “Dilemme,” her debut music video.
“To work with Lous is to receive an eternal impression of her intensity, her multiplicity, her beautiful character.  Nothing about her music, her poetic lyrics,
or her approach to fashion feels recycled or nostalgic.
She is the future,” says Wendy

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EXTINCTION REBELLION

Spreading the truth about the climate emergency
a photographic reportage by TRISH WARD

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Tokata Iron Eyes
My Name Means Future 

The climate justice and indiginous rights activist discusses trusting the earth;
the value of speaking one’s truth;
and the fight to preserve an inhabitable world for the next generation.

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KATHARINE HAMNETT

The designer speaks to TSI’s Shiv Lyons
about politics, ethical business,
and sustainability in the fashion industry.

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