Ubikwist is a New York-based independent magazine that celebrates diversity at all levels.
Among its pages it presents emerging and established talents in all sectors of pop culture: Fashion, Beauty, Music, Art, Cinema, Design, Illustration and Reportage.
With particular attention to black culture, Ubikwist is one of those magazines halfway between the niche and the mainstream, but able to overcome the boundaries and expectations of what a magazine can offer with audacity and consistency. With a multicultural spirit, its goal is in fact to foster creativity and originality, with a keen eye on cultural sustainability.
ISSUE 12 - The Recovery Issue
With collaborators from Costa Rica, Great Britain, France, Japan, USA, Tobago and Zimbabwe, this issue of Ubikwist, through interviews and stunning images, features a diverse array of activists, experts in fashion and beauty, art, music and film talent from Worldwide.
In an exclusive interview, legendary photographer and historian Anthony Barboza is a candidate to tell stories of the past and present through his art.
Actor Aaron Pierre takes us behind the scenes of his starring role in Amazon's hit miniseries The Underground Railroad, an alternate timeline in which a network of abolitionists help slave African Americans flee to freedom in the early mid-mid-1990s. 1800.
Nigerian designer Kenneth Ize talks to us about his collaboration with the Karl Lagerfeld brand.
After designing jewelry for the biggest names in entertainment and pop culture, Wilfredo Rosado opens up to a career highlight: designing the pearl necklace that Vice President Kamala Harris wore for her historic inauguration.
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