9 November 2022

Who. What. Where?

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one-stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

Kicking off this week’s Who. What. Where? is Dickies, who have launched a special collaboration with Opening Ceremony. The collection features authentic workwear silhouettes that meet made-in-Italy fabrics and premium trims to create timeless, unisex styles. The collection features four unisex styles: work pants and shirts in bouclé tweed fabrics and utility jeans and jackets in velvet denim. For the campaign, the two brands team up with Grammy-nominated writer-director Andrew Thomas Huang, who shoots a day in the life of “makers” – a selection of culturally impactful creatives that includes Poppy Liu, Mez Monty and Georgina Trevino.

London-based contemporary silk brand Ning Dynasty has just launched its first core collection in a campaign fronted by activist and model Kai Isiah Jamal — who celebrates non-gendered silk shirting. Ning Dynasty produces non-gendered shirts from 100% Mulberry silk, under a long-term partnership with Beijing-based Huangjin- the world’s only silk producer bearing the Forbidden Palace seal. The brand looks to cement itself as a link between the heritage of Chinese craftsmanship and a new generation of open-minded individuals no longer boxed in by boundaries or traditions.

Finally, one of UK rap’s most unique talents, FelixThe1st, has recently dropped his latest track, ‘Let Me Land.’ The single sees Felix further his impressive musical experimentation as he strings hard-hitting bars over unsettling and hypnotic production. The accompanying video takes inspiration from the cult-classic Groundhog Day, making for a wildly trippy visual directed by Dylan Friese-Greene. If you’re in need of a playlist refresher, this one is sure to do the trick.

  • Writer Chris Saunders

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