Life’s Work: Stan Smith

If there’s something like a bible for sneaker fans, then it’s this little book titled Stan Smith: Some People Think I’m a Shoe published by Rizzoli. On 336 pages, fans of the white Adidas tennis shoe pay their respects. Among them: photographer Jürgen Teller, Pharrell Williams and designer Raf Simons.

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A Bigger Splash

David Hockney painted it, directors like François Ozon dedicated entire films to it - and many of photographer Tony Kelly's motifs were also created at the swimming pool. But it's not only in pop culture that the artificial place to cool off is in demand - it's also on days like today. A small case study.