Bere Wangge is Editorial Assistant for Globetrotter Magazine. Based in Jakarta, Bere has written and worked for bobobobo, Da Man Magazine, and many more. She's hopelessly in love with K-Pop, but we'll forgive her for it.
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The Filipina dancer Eisa Jocson takes pole position and tackles social issues with her sophisticated, male stripping-inspired performance.
Border&Fall's The Sari Series documents, archives and presents the sari in new and gorgeous ways, looking to preserve the storied couture with non-traditional draping and independent film.
Young South Africans find the spotlight in Daily Paper's Fall/Winter 2017 campaign.
Photographer Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee's photo book challenges all those stale stereotypes, head-on.
London-based CJ Calanday gives new meaning to "drawing inspiration."
Naomi Campbell, P.Diddy, Djimon Honsou, Lupita Nyong'o and more gather to upend the 2018 Pirelli calendar in a very wonderland kind of way.
Singapore's quiet social revolutionary, the graphic novelist Sonny Liew, wins big at the 2017 Eisner Awards.
Kenzo's SS 2018 show honored the brand's Asian heritage the right way: with in-the-flesh representation.
Photographers from South Korea, India and Nigeria are among the winners of the prestigious Magnum and LensCulture Photography Awards.
HBO and George R.R. Martin are set to produce a TV series based on Nnedi Okorafor's award-winning sci-fi novel.
Patta, Converse and Bonne Suits come together for a special project.
One of our favorite Amsterdam brands have women on the mind for Spring/Summer '18.
The 13-piece Nigerian musical collective celebrates Lagos with a long-awaited new album.
Filipino artist Leeroy New hunts monsters for a living, and captures them on camera.
The Thai artist throws destruction and hope against the walls.
Despite draconian rules, nearly 20,000 people turned up to Pink Dot - Singapore's rally for LGBTQ equality.