This young year's hopes in 13 words, by the 20 people who 2013 belongs to
Looking ahead to the futuristic 2013, we asked 20 of our favourite people across the worlds of fashion, music, art, literature and photography to tell us in 13 simple words what they want from the exciting year ahead from office massage therapists for artist duo Pinar&Viola to a post-Facebook world via LuckyPDF's Yuri Pattison...
One of our favourite 2012 coverstars and unexpected pop star, Grimes:
I want to make sick beats and traverse the earth while on fire.
The young rapper with a meteoric rise last year, Angel Haze:
I want more peace and satisfaction via music. That is probably all, honestly.
The multi-faceted NY drag rap icon, Mykki Blanco:
I'm touring the world, continuing to spread my vision. Young, Punk, Black & Glamorous.
Last year saw everyone wanting a piece of the electronic pop duo debuting on Tri Angle, AlunaGeorge:
We want our music to take us to places we've never been before
The radical contemporary art duo, Pinar&Viola:
Vaporfood. Pinar&Viola mobile worldwide office. Personal transformations. Electronic cigarettes. Trompe-l'œils. Salvation. Female rappers.
The innovative womenswear designer who shot to cult status, Simone Rocha:
Peace, love, joy, new Reebok classics, patience, printer ink, mechanical pencils, a fella :)
Brooklyn's bass-centric, vibey house producer, Brenmar:
Living loving learning partying playing smoking joking traveling faded growing recording sleeping family
London-born, Paris-based novelist of Boxer, Beetle and The Teleportation Accident, Ned Beauman:
Another attempt to claw my way into the consciousness of the American people.
The NY design duo have stunned with their first three shows so far, Creatures of the Wind:
In 2013 we want to go to Japan, and sleep a bit more!
Everyone's favourite London knitwear crew, Sibling:
We would like peace, health and lots and lots of happiness for 2013 (we realise it's a bit Miss Congeniality)
The London-based designer layering unusual silhouettes is set for his fifth season, Adam Andrascik:
My work to reach a wider audience, and my own indoor swimming pool.
Artist and member of south London art collective LuckyPDF, Yuri Pattison:
Pyongyang. Samsung. Utilities. Snapchat. post-Facebook. China on the Moon. India on Mars.
The young prize-winning author, Evie Wyld:
I'd be happy if I managed to get my attention span back.
London-based menswear designer, Kit Neale:
I'd like to perfect the art of cooking the perfect boiled egg in 2013
Photographer and curator of Girls on Film zine, Igor Termenon:
Getting involved in more independent publishing projects and discovering more new emerging photographers
Experimental electronic musician pushes new boundaries, Fatima Al Qadiri:
I want lots more clubs to open in NYC. There's nowhere near enough
American author, Blake Butler:
Wolves, prism babies, exploding treehouses, silence, first woman to birth a helicopter, horses
Releasing his moody soundscapes via his debut EP on Left Blank, WIFE:
Happiness, health, voyage, interaction, evasion, challenge, nonconformity, confrontation, trial, threat, fire, ritual... andalemonbeagle.
Curator and founder of NO-WAY, Charlotte Jansen:
A potbellied rich collector buys all the works at our Toshio Saeki show - in addition to peace love and everything else, of course.
Photographer and long-time Dazed collaborator, Fumi Nagasaka:
I am going to be a strong, independent, sophisticated and sexy japanese lady!