EX.TREME EX.STREAM

Don't follow the stream little boy. Fashion editorial based on our SWARM MAG manifest.
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. be brave . stand for sustainability . avoid automatism . be respectful . dodge mainstream . don’t waste . live in symbiosis . be open-minded . quality over quantity . slow down . take care . recycle . express yourself . think first . mind nature and people .

. be an ally . find your spirit and tribe . be yourself . lose your fear . riot against fake .
. love yourself . expect the unexpected .  make your own rules . never obey the oppressor .
. make people believe in you and your qualities . 
. follow your inner voice .

. encourage yourself . be strong . do not move obstacles . support culture .
. maintenance relationships . keep moving . limit past to build your future .
. don´t suppress opinions of another . resist bigotry .
. culture is our nature – nature is our culture .
. our imagination and mindset create our future .

Credits
Creative Director & PH Edit / Markéta Kosinová
Photography / Ladislav Kyllar
Styling / Kateřina Hynková
MUA & Hair / Michael Remo Birrer
Produced / SWARM MAG

Models
Iky / Ely Management 
Karin P. / Pure Model Management 
Anna Praibišová
Stan Gomov

Designers
Kateřina Hynková
Adéla Wiesenbergová
Mariana Berec
Black Jesus Clothing 
Kateřina Reich
Jakub Patka
Jan Grabowski
Marie Nováková 
Adam Kost
Martina Staňková

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