The sixth issue of THE GREATEST features a collection of interviews with people who have wondered “what if?” – and think about how the next generation could change everything by wondering the same thing. This latest episode celebrates growth and reminds us that sometimes the journey is more important than the destination.
A selection of visual stories accompany these profiles and interviews. Capturing the style and artistry of iconic cities, Hood Century’s jerald cooper and photographer, Nicholas Alan Copeunderline the unrecognized importance of modernism in South Central Los Angeles, while the founder of FRUITS Magazine, Shoichi Aoki, returns to the streets of Harajuku to capture style in a post-pandemic world. Other collaborators include Mugler’s creative director, Casey Cadwalladerand experimental musician Eartheater featured in form-fitting Mugler bodysuits.
“We are proud to present to you the latest issue of THE GREATEST to our global community,” said Sen Sugano, Chief Mark Officer of the GOAT group. “This issue spotlights the creatives who continue to push boundaries and drive innovation within their industries. We hope the final issue not only shines a light on the importance of each story, but also continues to inspire the next generation of creatives around the world.”
THE GREATEST Issue 06 includes additional interviews with Jesse Jo Stark, Benjamin Edgar, works by HR Giger and more. The magazine will soon be available in print in select locations, while content can be found at GOAT.com/editorial and Instagram at @GREATEST.
GOAT is the global platform for the past, present and future. Since its inception in 2015, GOAT has become the world’s leading and most trusted sneaker marketplace, and has grown to offer apparel and accessories from select emerging, contemporary and iconic brands. Thanks to its unique positioning between the primary market and the resale market, the company offers styles in different periods on its digital platforms and in its points of sale, while delivering products to more than 40 million members in 170 countries. .
SOURCE CHÈVRE Group