Ana Finel Honigman
Ana Finel Honigman is a Berlin-based critic, curator and a PhD candidate at Oxford. She writes on contemporary art for fashion and art magazines including British Vogue, Art in America, Artnet.com, Art Journal, ArtReview, Time Out, Dazed & Confused, AnOther Mag and the Guardian Unlimited Art & Architecture blog. She is the Art correspondent for Style.com, Senior London Correspondent for Saatchi Online and Art editor at Alef (http://alefmag.com/)
Poise and grace in Chopin's practice space in a film by David Shama
Tonight Matthew, I'm going to be... Jean Paul Gaultier gets stars in his eyes
The Japanese designer creates clothes capable of melting away in a moment
A gap-year fantasy brought to Paris
The designer showed her art-inspired SS13 collection within the impressive Deco surroundings of the Savoy
Laminated leather and boyish insouciance
In an exclusive film, Lawrence considers the transformational power of reflective yarn
In a film by Alexandros Pissourios, Gray punks up Barbie, her latest muse
Sensuous sweet-wrapper metallics
Jerry Bouthier on the importance of a cohesive message...
Screw this: a new take on fasteners and construction by London's golden boy
Let me work it...
60s Scandinavian furniture and the cerebral
Ten things every model should know in a talk by Coco Rocha and The Model Alliance
Designers like Ronaldo Fraga, Colcii and Samuel Cirnansck impressed at the increasingly high-profile South American centre of fashion.
Ana Finel Honigman concentrates on the exceptions that stray from the Danish pragmatic style.
Ole Schell talks exclusively with Dazed Digital about documenting the ugly side of the modeling industry.
The organisation of Berlin Fashion Week has tried to find a schedule that reflects the identity of the city.
The London-born, Manhattan-based photographer has shot a series of portraits of mesmerized fans at music festivals for an exhibition at the Soho Grand.
The Berlin-based artists discuss the politics of beauty on the eve of their new exhibition.
Hollow bullets, patterns inspired by raw flesh and a seemingly innocent army coat all contributed to Ha SangBeg's latest collection shown at Seoul Fashion Week.
A tug of war between commercial viability and creative output hampers Seoul's fashion week but fresh and interesting talent was still showcased through platforms like Generation Next.
31 Artists Talk Dirty to Larissa Goldston at her Gallery in New York.
New York performer, musician and artist Sahra Motalebi brings a unique shamanistic quality to her work.
William Lemon III thankfully demonstrates that expensive art is not as precious as art that reminds us of creativity's real scope and value.
Berlin Fashion Week might be failing to impress the big guns, but it's the city's hidden arts spaces that we should look to for inspiration.
Marlies Dekkers creates scintillating intrigue with her avant garde approach to underwear.
'Lynchmob' exhibition curator Emilie Trice talks to Dazed Digital about the dark absurdity of David Lynch.
Dazed Digital picks the best shows from Berlin Fashion Week's sparkly affair.
Manhattan-based artist Genger goes from hand knitting nylon ropes for her large-scale installations to pairing up with Mayer for a delicate jewellery range.
Nina Stotler breaks down the inner mechanics of her industrial aeasthetic of her jewellery collections.
Sociologist Sarah Thornton spent five years investigating the different facets of the art world to compile profiles of the core elements.
"We aim to have Seoul become one of the five top fashion cities,"
An angel trapped in telephone wires.
Fashion doubling as art.
With Gavin Turk, James Jessop and Stella Vine alongside emerging talents.
Six young British artists mix morbidity and sensuality at the Natalia Goldin Gallery.
William Notman, Richard Harrington, Terence Koh and more at the Stephen Bulger Gallery.
The FRED gallery collaborates on tote bags for the Bond Street flagship store.
Seventies icons in "We were strangers for too long" at the Elizabeth Dee gallery.
Fading beauty, death coming near.
The edgier side of the booming city's booming art scene.
Art about the art world.
Jazz-Minh Moore's charity exhibition.
Painting and rarely-seen sculputure from Manhattan's master of urbane chic art.