Deep Shadows Imade wears a dress and belt by Loewe and shoes by Missoni. Salvation from summer’s stark and sweltering skies. Production James Gear Hair and Makeup Caroline Gallyer Casting Sarah Bunter Model Imade at D1 Models Photography Assistant Ary van Giesen Photography:Marsý Hild Þórsdóttir Styling:Rose Forde She wears a dress and belt by Loewe and shoes by Missoni. Imade wears a dress by Joseph and a hat by Jacquemus. ￼Imade wears a dress by Marni and hat by Jacquemus. She wears a dress by JW Anderson. Imade wears a swimsuit by COS, top by Sunad and hat by Superduper from Luisaviaroma. She wears a swimsuit by Emma Pake and earrings by JW Anderson. Imade wears a dress by Joseph and a hat by Jacquemus. She wears a jumpsuit by Hermès. Imade wears a dress by Céline and swimwear by Stella McCartney. twitterfacebookpinterest Fashion Issue 24 This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Four, available here. The Wave: Beyond Hokusai previous story Issue Twenty-Four: Isabel & Reuben Toledo next story Related Stories Arts & Culture Design Issue 24 Isabel & Reuben Toledo To enter the loft of Isabel and Ruben Toledo is to ascend into a Borgesian sense of infinitude. Design Issue 24 Language of Flowers A wordless tongue, understood around the world. Design Issue 24 Michael Anastassiades Kinfolk’s contributing editor Michael Anastassiades is a leading light on the global design scene. Design Issue 24 Bottoms Up Selecting glassware is a small but significant task. Arts & Culture Fashion Issue 24 A Fine Line Earning (and wearing) one’s stripes has not always been black and white. Arts & Culture Issue 24 Total Recall Memory is selective, so why is minutiae so important? Fashion Estate of Play A photo essay from the latest issue of photographer Zoltan Tombor's magazine Supernation. Fashion Issue 20 The Navigators: Jade Lai Jade Lai has tied three locations together—Hong Kong, Los Angeles and New York—to form one concept of home. Arts & Culture Art in Motion: Alexander Calder The inventor of the mobile, American sculptor Alexander Calder, redefined sculpture by fusing movement and performance into his works. Design Issue 18 Natasha Jen Over the past 15 years, this New York-based designer has come a complete, digitally rendered circle from aspiring intern to inspiring leader. Design Issue 21 Super-Egg Designed as a “useless necessity” in 1965, the brass super-egg is a classic piece of industrial art beloved by design connoisseurs. Fashion Issue 15 The Language of Limbs Learning to control the way our limbs convey meaning gives us greater control of our messages. What language is your body speaking? Fashion Issue 20 On the Right Track There’s something transcendental about train travel: The speeding carriages not only take us from A to B, but also from era to era. Arts & Culture Design Getting Lost Neuroscientist Paul Dudchenko speaks on why we get lost, the distress and thrill of disorientation and how getting lost can improve your skills. Fashion Issue 14 Covering Our Commute The daily commute can be made more bearable with a good coat, a decent book and a patient traveling companion. Design Interiors Partnerships Past, Present, Future: Danish Design We speak to three leading brands about the past, present and future of Danish design. Fashion Issue 14 All Wound Up When the right scarf finds the right neck, it can add more to its owner’s character than warmth. Fashion Issue 21 In Praise of Shadows Japanese novelist Jun’ichiro Tanizaki illuminates how light and shade’s dependence on one another nuances everyday moments with repose and beauty.