Interview
Geza Schön

For him, less is more. Where others may mix hundreds of essences, Geza Schön restricts himself to a small selection of top-quality raw materials. The decision is founded on experience, for just a few components frequently produce the most stirring creations. Away from the mainstream, Geza Schön has established an exclusive niche for himself in the perfumer’s art. We talked to Geza Schön about his youth and his new perfume gs03. What olfactive memory is the most powerful for you? Probably being at my grandparents house. you didn't even notice really all the smells you were surrounded by and yet i can still today think of a corner in their house and I can still vividly imagine those smells around, fabulous! What is your favorite scent? My girlfriend sophie. How is it to work for Parfumkunstwerke Biehl, compared to other companies? It is the most pleasurable company to work with, no limits, no restrictions, only the best ingredients. For your new scent gs03 you reworked the classic 'eau de cologne' - where did the idea come from and was it difficult to work on a scent so well known? As a perfumer you always look back as well, into older ideas, classics and whatever there has been to then modernize those ideas or bring them up to speed of nowadays. Same here: the oldest of all perfumes, the eau de cologne theme with the orange blossom, modernized. What are your 5 favorite songs at the moment? 5??? i give you one, a very good one : Daughter - Get Lucky (Daft Punk Cover) Buy the new gz03 here

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Interview with
Marcus Paul

After the renowned stylist Marcus Paul released the collobaration at Storm, we took the oppritunity to ask the designer a couple of questions. 1. One thing that most people don’t know about you? I collect men's brooches and other antiquities from my travels. 2. What were your main inspirations when creating the XXBC Garments? My main inspiration was derived from the people involved in the collaboration. XXBC a fresh, up and coming streetwear line and Storm, a fashion institution in Copenhagen. Together we transformed a staple piece of clothing that can be found in everyone's closet into innovative garment. And to commemorate Storms 20th anniversary I created a special box, upolstered in vintage fabric and embroidered. The theme to this project was to create something fresh, beautiful and timeless. 3. Where do you believe streetwear is heading? Street wear culture has definitely become a great influence in the fashion world and everyday it's becoming more accepted in the industry. High profile celebrities have aligned themselves with certain streetwear brands like Kate Moss with Supreme and fashion houses have aligned themselves with "tastemakers" to tap into a new demographic. I see more of these collaborations coming to fruition in the future giving independent street wear designers a global, high fashion, runway platform to display and market their creations. What direction would you like to see it go? I'm actually torn...on one hand I appreciate the fact that street wear is becoming accepted in the high fashion world; on the other hand I would hate for the culture to get diluted by corporate dollars. The great thing about streetwear is that is it unfiltered, unapologetic and the visual voice of the urban culture. I would hate for it to loose it's identity by conforming. 4. Favorite hip-hop album of all time? I don't want to sound cliche because I feel like whenever people are asked this question one always responds with the same answers; Biggie's"Ready to Die", Jay-Z's "Reasonable Doubt" or Nas' "Illmatic". Although the aforementioned are definitely in my top 5, my favorite album of all time is Public Enemy's "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back". It's message was so socially conscience, profound and powerful. I can remember when I first heard "Show Em Whatcha Got" and how much emotion it evoked in me. I hope to one day to have the same affect on people with my craft. On that note, I'm just getting started and I'm gonna show you what I got! Stay tuned. See the exclusive XXBC garments here.

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