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Vestoj

In 2014, founder and editor-in-chief Anja Aronowsky Cronberg asked Studio Blanco to help her revamp Vestoj, an annual publication and cross-disciplinary platform that deals with critical thinking on fashion through theory, interviews, literature and visual content. Together, we completely reviewed Vestoj's identity and editorial architecture, strengthening its content and visuals and creating a signature approach to fashion.
Typology: Journal
Year: 2014 – 2018
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Vestoj, On Authenticity, 2018
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On Authenticity
Is there such a thing as a ‘real me’ or a ‘genuine self’? How does one live an authentic life? And is it possible to do so in fashion, an environment so wedded to the mood of the moment, so seemingly dependent on masks and masquerade, adopted when convenient and shed when no longer useful? This issue explores what constitutes an individual achievement in the age of simulacrum, featuring interviews with Virgil Abloh, Miuccia Prada, Demna Gvasalia, Eckhaus Latta and an exclusive contribution by artist Torbjorn Rodland.
Torbjorn Rodland
Torbjorn Rodland
Torbjorn Rodland
Timm Rautert
On Masculinities
The social nature of masculinity is a pattern of practice, and one rife with complexity and contradiction. Today, it seems more apt to talk about ‘masculinities’ in the plural, to underscore the many ways in which one can be a man, or become one. The 7th issue of Vestoj, the annual journal of sartorial matters, focused on Masculinities and featured interviews with Wolfgang Tillmans, Jason Fulford, Karen Knorr, JeongMee Yoo, Titus Simoens and Pawel Jaszczuk.
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Wolfgang Tillmans
 
Jason Fulford
On Failure
In the fashion business, no venture is ever a failure: last season’s collection is always a success, so much better than the season before! And yet fashion fails all the time, both in small ways - dresses that split at the side and buttons that come off at inopportune moments – and and as a system. The 6th issue of Vestoj explores how fashion fails, with contributions by Christina Moon, Christopher Breward, Ann Rosalind Jones, Rinko Kawauchi, Erwin Wurm, Alex Prager, Ron Jude and Broomberg and Chanarin.
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Ron Jude
Erwin Wurm
Erwin Wurm
A collectable product
We turned Vestoj into a collectable printed product, exclusively produced in a limited edition and distributed in selected bookstores and museum shops in over twenty countries worldwide.
A leading voice within the industry
Since we joined, Vestoj’s circulation has doubled and the journal has grown further to become a leading voice within the industry. Every monographic issue features contributions by renowned writers, artists and professionals that through their reflections shape the discourse around contemporary fashion.
Result
Vestoj today is a NICHE PUBLICATION that has become ESSENTIAL READING for anyone working in and around the fashion industry