Dazed and Confused isn't the only place to get your Jefferson Hack fix anymore. The magazine founder, perennial cool hunter, and father of Lila Grace Moss just launched a new column for The London Telegraph about men's style. His first piece tackles Tom Ford, emerging designer Patrick Ervell, and the death of Isabella Blow. It also offers a lengthy shout out to The Sartorialist, which it calls "an invaluable source of ideas and inspiration for the style-conscious." Funny, that's usually how we describe Dazed... where we expect to see some shots by the Sartorialist in the very near future. Keep a lookout.
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The Business of Fashion's Jefferson Hack Interview
Tomorrow, at 2PM New York time, the Business of Fashion's Imran Amed will interview Jefferson Hack. The founder and publisher of Dazed, AnOther Magaz
Jefferson Hack Interviews Gareth Pugh About Fashion Films Intead Of Runway Shows and His Hong Kong Store
PARIS--Days after Brit expat Gareth Pugh's Mercury and Ebony S/S 2011 collection was presented on an 8 x 15 meter Imax screen to a warehouse full of buyers and press, the avant-garde designer sits for an informal Q&A at the Louvre's Apple Store. The avant-gardeist snapped up France's ANDAM award in 2008 and was rumored as next in line at McQueen and Dior Homme. The last in a series presented by Dazed and Confused called "Meet the Designer" the magazine's co-founder Jefferson Hack talks with the young designer about the tentative future of catwalk shows, his sold-out shop in Hong Kong and why Saint Martins does not a star make. Jefferson Hack: Gareth's first store opened in Hong Kong in July. It was designed by Iwan from from Daytrip Studio who is super young, like 25. What was it like working with him? Garreth Pugh: I've known him since he was 18 and we're very good friends, I think that helps. My two stipulations were that I wanted it to look like a black box inside and that one wall could control video.