Confessions of the Yakuza and singer Lous in a particular fashion shoot; actress Stacy Martin, who stars in Nicole Garcia’s newest full-length feature film, Lovers; encounter with Daniel Roseberry, the young artistic director at Schiaparelli; American artist Judy Chicago revisiting the Lady Dior handbag; an interview between renowned British gallerist Sadie Coles and the great Polish painter Wilhelm Sasnal; a focus on female portraits by the world’s most prominent artists to commemorate the Gagosian Gallery’s tenth anniversary; the new partnership between La Prairie and the composer Max Richter and the artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi; the remarkable journey of light-loving American artist James Turrell; the Japanese park Mifuneyama Rakuen transformed into an enchanted garden thanks to 22 audio-visual works by the TeamLab collective; and fashion shoots by Colin Solal Cardo, Dominique Issermann, Kacper Kasprzyk, and Sebasti
- The December 2020 issue of Numéro 219 features a unique fashion shoot with singer Lous and insights into the Yakuza’s confessions.
- Stacy Martin, starring in Nicole Garcia’s film “Lovers,” is highlighted, along with an interview featuring Daniel Roseberry, the artistic director at Schiaparelli.
- The issue explores diverse artistic endeavors, including Judy Chicago revisiting the Lady Dior handbag, an interview between gallerist Sadie Coles and painter Wilhelm Sasnal, and a focus on female portraits for Gagosian Gallery’s tenth anniversary.
- Additional highlights include collaborations such as La Prairie and composer Max Richter with artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi, the artistic journey of light-loving James Turrell, and the transformation of Japan’s Mifuneyama Rakuen Park into an enchanted garden by the TeamLab collective, along with fashion shoots by notable photographers.