Issue 20 of 032c has started landing in newsstands (more likely boutiques). The issue is stuffed (264 pages!) with some good interviews; though the David Simon interview on “The Wire” seems untimely to those in the U.S.A. who just viewed his Treme series. “John Waters on Comme des Garçons, and everything else you never thought you wanted to know about designer REI KAWAKUBO in our 40-page dossier. Arc’teryx takes menswear to new heights of performance with its new line, Veilance; Claude Parent is rediscovered as Paris’ last supermodernist; Hedi Slimane does Sterling Ruby in downtown L.A.; Rem Koolhaas discusses Moscow’s new Strelka Institute, Francesco Vezzoli gives us a look into Milan’s infamous club, Plastic, and David Simon, creator of HBO’s The Wire, talks anger and the American city in our segment on today’s unexpected places of discourse; Johannesburg provides a case study in African modernity” (colette)
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