This issue is about Revolution.
Petra Collins' protégé Lumia Nocito shot this cover story feature of the Art Hoe Collective founder. Featuring Michael Banks. Styled by Harper Slate. Make-up by Slater Stanley.
DRØME caught up with Thandiwe and Niambi Sala of OSHUN, the radical black female duo that created their own genre, Iya Sol: a cultural blend of neo-soul & hip-hop. Spreading a message of self-liberation and empowerment to people of color everywhere, OSHUN rejects traditional notions of capitalist gain in a white dominated industry.
Known for her role as the front woman for Pop band MS MR, Lizzy Plapinger also has her hands full running record label Neon Gold. Editor-in-Chief Caroline D'Arcy Gorman sat down with the woman carving out a new space in between the Indie and Pop music worlds.
After watching a contortionist perform when she was eight years old, Leilani Francoturned to her parents and said, “Yeah, I can do that.” And she could.
The drummer, producer, and singer behind hit Electro-Pop act, Madame Gandhi is known for her feminist ideals and activist's outlook. When she says that the future is female, she means it.
After her piece Mattress Performance went viral in efforts to called attention to on-campus sexual assault, Emma Sulkowicz was unsatisfied to let her work end there. The activist and artist channeled the positive momentum into an independent study program at the Whitney Museum of American Art. The young artist and activist spoke to DRØME about the result of her sting at the Whitney, a new performance entitled The Ship is Sinking.
Best friends Kate Nash and Dannielle Owens-Reid together to chat what's 'in' and what's 'out' on social media, sexuality, and fidget spinners.