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: Cooling-Off Periods 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 Issue 20 Abdul Abasi New York-based fashion designer Abdul Abasi shares how his military background guides his brand’s futuristic approach to menswear. Design Issue 23 Bright Idea Three lamps putting brass back in the proverbial spotlight. Arts & Culture Fashion Issue 23 Day In The Life: Adia Trischler Adia Trischler speaks about life on set and the difference between having it all and doing it all. 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 22 Charlie Casely-Hayford Fashion designer Charlie Casely-Hayford muses on the double-edged sword that is ambition. Fashion All Blues Ellipse From Swedish jewelry maker All Blues, a new collection named Ellipse. Fashion On Gender: Frida Bard Designer Frida Bard on the role of gender fluidity in fashion. Interiors Issue 24 At Home With: Roberto Baciocchi Restrained in his work as an architect, Roberto Baciocchi likes to let loose at home. Fashion Issue 19 Catch Me If You Can Now you see them, now you don’t. Life eludes us in many ways, much like the split-second sighting of a mysterious stranger. Design Issue 22 Bernard Dubois A self-described introvert, rising architect Bernard Dubois is like his work—not as serious as he first appears. Arts & Culture Music Issue 24 How to Listen to Jazz An award-winning music writer on learning to appreciate a sudden skronk as much as a beautiful trill. Design Issue 18 The Nature of Desirability The head of Harvard’s Desirability Lab examines what consumers like and why so designers can create products that hit the sweet spot.