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It’s not easy to be yourself or else everyone would be doing it.
Timpa’s persona goes against toxic hyper masculinity, especially in the black community. He doesn’t conform to any social constructions – he’s extremely fluid and this allows him to be any character he wants.
I think it is important to expose the general population to individuals who are comfortable with themselves— I find those people to be a great reference point of how the future will look.
I often play with juxtaposition, I feel Timpa naturally contrasts environments he enters, he is never fazed by strangers watching eyes.
Timpa is a local enigma, his essence is free and expressive.
Parley for the Oceans, Parley for Fashion
By working directly with designers to reinvent the way in which products are designed and manufactured, Parley is working towards turning the global effects of fashion into an opportunity to protect our oceans—and we’re with them.
Learn more about Parley for the Oceans here.
September 04, 2018
In Brooklyn with Sarah Benjamin
NYC's coolest new casting director tells us her tricks.
May 16, 2018
BRUJAS In Conversation
BRUJAS spills on their latest event series and new collection.
Miles Richie at the Moxy NYC Downtown
After making his NYFW debut last year on the Philipp Plein Runway, the middle Richie sibling has been carving out his own place in the fashion canon, using his chiseled jawline and charming personality to cement an identity separate from that of his famous family.
As the party raged on below us, office sat down with Richie to get to know the man behind the model. But because we know he’s already been asked the typical questions about his career and star-studded childhood, we decided to pick his brain for info on pretty much everything else.
Read the interview, below.
Who are you?
My name is Miles Richie and I’m here at the Moxy Hotel.
Okay. What’s your favorite cheese?
My favorite cheese? I don’t know if this counts as a cheese, but feta. I just feel like sometimes it’s left out in the cold because it’s not considered a ‘nice’ cheese.
What do you think would be the rudest animal if it could speak English?
Oh, probably a sloth. I feel like they are just so bitter—that they’re always like, ‘Aww man.’ They’d be pretty bad. I like these questions—they’re keeping me thinking.
So, what have you been up to lately? What have you been working on?
I’ve been focusing a lot on fashion and stuff—I’ve also been getting into acting a bit lately, which has been fun, especially because I didn’t plan to go down that road. But it’s been a fun one so far. Also, a lot of traveling back and forth between LA and New York, and a lot of editorial work, as well.
What would be your ideal movie role?
An assassin would be so fun, right? Or, like… Brad Pitt in Snatch.
You haven’t seen Snatch? With Guy Ritchie? Oh my god, it’s so good! It’s an Irish Cockney fighter-type movie, it's just hysterical. You gotta watch it! It’s got Jason Statham, Brad Pitt—all the OGs.
Do you have a favorite boxing move? Or a favorite professional boxer? I know you box a bit IRL.
I do Muay Thai and boxing—elbow is my favorite move. My favorite boxer would be Anthony Joshua; my favorite personality would be Conor McGregor; my favorite up-and-comer is The Style Bender—I think he’ll be the next champion of the UFC.
His name is actually The Style Bender?
Well, his real name is Israel Adesanya, but he officially goes by The Style Bender. He’s so dynamic and fluid—he will definitely be the next champion.
You definitely seem to know your stuff. Who would be the funniest person to punch in the face?
No one. I box at Rumble Boxing in LA and that's how I get my energy out.
If you had to choose one song that epitomizes your life, what would it be?
Epitome of my life? Any Ed Sheeran song—you can play one at any time and I’ll love it. Sometimes, though, I just need to “Mo Bamba.” It’s a very big difference. Tonight, I’m starting off Sheeran but might end up “Mo Bomba.” You never know—you just need both at all times!
Cats or dogs? Which do you pick?
What’s the weirdest thing that’s happened to you in New York City?
God, a lot of weird things. One time, I [showed] up at a luxury hotel for a gig, and the hotel never even [had] my reservation. The same day, [I had] to fly to Paris for the Balmain show, only to have the flight canceled. I was stranded in NYC with nowhere to go and no flight. NYC always gets the best of me!
What, for you, is the sexiest part of the body?
What’s the ugliest vegetable?
How would you describe your fashion identity in three words?
I would say grungy, Peaky Blinders rockstar dude. Those aren’t three words, but maybe we could put a hyphen in between all of them.
The Moxy NYC Downtown is open now at 26 Ann Street in Manhattan.
June 24, 2017
Last Night In Paris...
The most official Office business, our Men's Fashion Week party.
Not Just A Party: Club Glam
Once inside, however, you can sip drinks served by the restaurant's staff—all of whom who have undoubtedly seen more shit in one night than most of us have in our entire lifetime—chill in a booth, or dance in the space’s trippy ballroom area to a cuts by some of the city’s best DJs, including Venus X, MISTERVACATION and Just Dosha.
“Glam is a powerful movement,” says Fiffany.
DeSe adds: “We want our message and outlook on life to take over the world.”
Peep Hampton’s photos from Club Glam, below. And don’t worry—the party continues tonight with a ‘Glam Centipede’ theme. Doors open at 10PM.
Join the party tonight at 47 Broadway in Manhattan. Doors open at 10PM.
April 01, 2018
An Office Easter by Nadia Lee
The prosthetic bunny breaking into strangers' yards.
November 07, 2018
The Family Awards & Lesbian Ball
Gavin Brown's Enterprise and filmmaker Leilah Weinraub get all of our favorite New Yorkers together to celebrate the city's queer community.