Tuesday March 24, 2015 – 214 Lafayette Street
Unemployed’s founders Cecile Winckler and Sophie Tabet celebrated the debut of the new magazine established to promote the work of young creatives last night with guests including Lily Donaldson, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Jac Jagaciak, Eniko Mihalik, Ruby Aldridge, Heidi Mount, Laura Love, Amirah Kassem, Tali Lennox, Mila de Wit, Jamie Burke, Ophelie Guillermand, Keegan Singh, India Menuez, Cleo Wade, Charlotte Kidd, Daniel Urzedo, Ada Kokosar, Alexis Dahan, Noot Seear, Naty Chabanenko, Camilla Deterre, Pietro Quaglia, Sigrid Agren, Stacey Bendet, Hans Longo, Hari Nef, Phoebe and Annette Stephens, Jenne Lombardo, Jamie Biden, Jeanann Williams, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, Ekaterina Boki, Flynn Roddam, Fiona Byrne, Gigi Burris, Happy Masse, Lissy Trullie, Magnus Berger, Tenzin Wild, Pamela Bernier, Morgan Collett, Juliette Seydoux, Fares Fares, Dan Ragone, Dean Dempsey, Henry Hargreaves, Ric Pipino, Shirley Muland, Kesewa Aboah, Kyle Hotchkiss-Carone, Steve Clark, Christian Brylle, Felix Winckler, and more…
The magazine, which is designed as an unbound single document in a poster format, is comprised exclusively of visual imagery and regarded as a collectable object of art. Guests toasted the first issue of Unemployed as it hit newsstands in NYC last night and enjoyed a screening of “Lily Trotters,” a film by Hans Longo for Unemployed, which will premiere on the publication’s website (www.unemployedmag.com) this week. The site also features exclusive articles, editorial content, and short films. Last night marked the first Unemployed event in an ongoing series offline art exhibitions and film screenings.
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