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The Shape of Things to Come

Lucas Song's Passion for Form and Beauty

Pay close attention to Lucas Song. The young fashion designer from Chong Qing, China is creating buzz with his silhouetted women's wear that uniquely complements the female form. >>READ MORE

Assume Nothing!

by Jack Raplee

Visual Artist Rachel T. Harris challenges expectations of process, vision, concept... and herself>>READ MORE


"Bague...nothing is complete..."

by Aneta Kowalczyk & Kacper Lipinski

Together, This Polish couple shares their life and passion for photography creating fashion images with an artistic tone and deeper meaning. >>SEE MORE

TOMAAS: Go Your Own Way


It is something of a truism that there is never a right time to switch career. But it’s hard to imagine a worse time to move into photography than 2007, the very eve of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. >>READ MORE

LOVE Addiction by TOMAAS

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Anna Khachatryan's welcoming pop surreal

by Noah Berlatsky

Anna Khachatryan's work encapsulates a blend of fine art, pop culture, and fashion. Though she hails from Armenia, her photographs and videos are set mostly in globalized, iconic, commodified spaces, as if she's engaged in off-kilter, broken branding exercises. >>READ MORE


Urban Images through a Native Eye

by Jack Raplee

When one thinks of New York City photography, the mind typically envisions depictions of Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building etc.>>READ ON

Alec Monopoly, Art Provocateur, Tags TAG Heuer in Miami

Banksy is so "yesterday's news." Alec Monopoly brings street art to a new level as the recently-named, "Art Provocateur" for TAG Heuer. >>READ ON

Photographer Erik Almas


CAR CRASH by Eric Almas


Karim Rashid: Prolific and Versatile

by David Grasso

Typically, even a well-known artist is famous for a specific scope of work. That couldn’t be further from the truth for Karim Rashid, who’s been called the most famous industrial designer in America. >>READ ON

L’Atelier Ioana Calin: Marriage of Design

Photos by Tony von Thelen

by Cristina Slattery

Ioana Calin presented her collection of wedding dresses called “I Love Fairytales” at No.3 NYFW in New York on September 13th. The dresses were all hand-made and Calin, a Romanian designer who lives in Rome, customizes each dress for a particular client. >>READ ON


Mystery and Magic on the Tanzania Coast

by Jack Raplee

Sparsely populated and peppered with ancient ruins, cloves, and hidden lagoons, Pemba Island remains a largely undiscovered treasure, bathed in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. >>READ MORE

BLONDE CHIC by Henrik Adamsen


The Wearable Art of Betty James

Photos by Tony von Thelen

by Jack Raplee

The runways of New York Fashion Week boasted a broad array of Spring and Summer 2017 collections ranging from formalwear to casual attire, and No.3 NYFW was no exception. READ MORE>>

Modern Addiction

Photo by TOMAAS

Fine art and fashion photographer, TOMAAS explores our culture’s over-consumption of prescription drugs and our bodies’ dependency on these medications, with "Modern Addictions. SEE MORE>>

Tango: The Artist Who’s Introducing the West to Therapeutic Comics

by David Grasso

Already a star with a significant social following in China, the cartoonist known by the moniker Tango is now showcasing his talents all over the world. READ MORE>>

No.3 Magazine - Iceland

Roxet Style & Fashion: Weaving a Dream

An ethereal aesthetic, as if from straight out of a fairy tale, pervades through the work of Romanian fashion designer Roxana Pirvu. READ MORE>>

Industry City Distillery, A Brooklyn Innovation

With an emphasis on science and design, the latest business venture by The City Foundry group has created a one-of-a-kind vodka, Industry Standard, from their facility at the Industry City Distillery in Brooklyn. >>READ MORE

Artist David Kramer Laments The Optimism of a Bygone Era

by Simon Constable

New York-Based artist David Kramer says he's always felt like an outsider. "That's partly to do with being dyslexic, and not doing well at school," he says. It didn't stop him though. READ MORE>>

Popping up in New York

Photos by Tony von Thalen

by Ben Speaker

Fresh from Feeric Fashion Week, Bianca Popp came to New York CIty for the first time, and she was not alone. She was joined by fellow Romanian designers whom she has taken under her wing to varying degrees. READ ON>>

Spoff Brings Sport and Fluff to the New York Runway

Photos by Tony von Thelen

by Staley Sharples

Spoff seeks to blend sporty-chic shapes with girlish flourishes - a fitting style for the Romanian brand, whose name comes from a combination of the words “sport” and “fluff.” READ ON>>