In 2016, model, activist, entrepreneur and Forbes 30 under 30 Art & Culture honouree Leomie Anderson founded LAPP — ‘Leomie Anderson the Project the Purpose’ — after a blog post she wrote about consent went viral. Providing a safe, accessible space online, the platform explores everything from fashion to politics with think pieces, interviews, cultural analysis and advice, as well as hosting the LAPP clothing line. From athleisure to logo pieces and slogan t-shirts — Rihanna famously wore an iconic baby pink LAPP hoody reading THIS P*SSY GRABS BACK to a NYC Women’s March in 2017 — the range is a visual representation of the brand, and just one of the elements of the company Anderson is expanding this year.
East London artist Lancey Foux has made his own disruptive imprint on the creative industries too, crafting an elusive, ever-evolving sound and eclectic visual universe to match. Pushing his music beyond the confines of genre, Foux is determined to continuously divert our attention and exceed our expectations, drawing inspiration from his world and the new directions life takes him.
For our Autumn issue, the London couple sit down for a game of 20 questions, reflecting on the experiences that have shaped them as individuals and the life they’re creating together.
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