Director: Josh Sondock
Cinematographer/Editor: Wyatt Winborne
Colorist: Ben Federman
Producers: Caroline D’Arcy Gorman, Satchel Lee, and Joseph Gregory
Assistant Producer: Jason Sondock

DRØME presents REVOLUTIONERE: an exciting take on NYFW, highlighting the designers that outfit the who’s who of the young artistic community in New York City.

REVOLUTIONERE also doubles as the Volume II launch, featuring Gabrielle Richardson (a.k.a Frida Cashflow) on the cover shot by Lumia Nocito. Other features include Kate Nash, Madame Gandhi, Emma Sulkowicz, Lizzy Plapinger, OSHUN and many others. Volume II is all about self-starters who move, shape, form, and reform culture.

Join us in the lobby at Ace Hotel New York from 8-8:45pm for the release of DRØME Volume II and to find the perfect spot to watch a NYFW show unlike any other. Runway commences at 8:45pm.

Looks by:


Archie Robertson


Elle Barbeito



Brian Swift

Jahise LeBouef

Noah Pica

Helena Eisenhart

Official Rebrand

Leila Jinnah


Sounds by:

Amber Valentine

Blu Detiger

Son of Lee

Sophia MA


Coven King

and more...


After the show, join us for an afterparty from 9pm-1am in the basement at Ace's Liberty Hall (21+), hosted by Misc_Allaneous DomTop and Tessa Gourin.

RSVP here. The event is open to the public so invite your friends. RSVP is not necessary but is strongly suggested.

Dress to impress.

See you there!

In the making of DRØME we hope to showcase a community of doers and nourish an attitude of empathy in a world that teaches us to pass judgment rather than practice kindness. The stories, images, and people shared in this magazine are an amalgamation of perspectives often overlooked or explicitly excluded from art and media worlds. The dearth of diverse identities and viewpoints within the arts is harrowing, especially for a young generation that is fighting its hardest to overcome conservative notions of order ultimately practiced as acts of discrimination against the very people and things we find most inspiring. In DRØME, the featured creators and creations encourage us to never shy away from who we are and what we want. Each artist, in sharing their story, embodies their own definition of agency. Against a mainstream ideology that indoctrinates patriarchal, capitalist, and hateful theories turned into policy, the artists in our first issue represent the ways in which art can take power back from society's denigrating control.