Dedicated to looking in-depth at the current issues of our time through documentary photography, contextual material, and the written word

As part of an ongoing collaboration between Pitti Immagine and nineteensixtyeight, experience Pitti Uomo 91 through the eyes of photojournalist Guy Martin, known for his powerful coverage of the uprisings in Egypt and Turkey, and his interest in digital communication and performativity.


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On behalf of Pitti Immagine and nineteensixtyeight, Charles-Henry Bédué finds new angles on and off the runway to capture the summer 2016 edition of top men’s fashion event Pitti Uomo.


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With the polls showing rising support for the Brexit campaign, photographer Holly Falconer captures young Brits wearing Wolfgang Tilman’s signature pro-Remain t-shirts for VICE.


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Following on the heels of our long form report about the contradictions of modern feminism, we examine current conversations surrounding workplace dress codes. Justin Bartel’s Impression series offers insights into the internalization of certain gender norms in its depiction of the physical marks left by female fashion constructs.


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Guia Besana Poison Poisoned

It is easy to forget how much has changed for women in just over half a century’s time, though fictionalized representations of the ‘50s and ‘60s in popular films and television series such as Mad Men and Masters of Sex serve as potent albeit melodramatically stylized reminders. In 1960, only 38 percent of American women were in the workforce, and of those, most were confined to ‘feminine’ positions like secretaries and nurses from which they could legally be fired for getting pregnant. . .


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Nick Ballon Sentinel Prime

Drawing upon his familial link to the Bolivian region and knowledge of the cultural landscape, Nick Ballon employs his camera in El Alto as the vehicle for an aesthetic and sociological study of the indigenous Andean people through the material objects of their aspirational self-expression.


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Commissioned by Libération, Charles-Henry Bédué captures Paris Fashion Week 2016 from unexpected angles in La Poudre aux Yeux (Smoke and Mirrors).


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