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December 14,2020

by Grace Banks

MIISTA ON READ

2020 was the year we were all left on read. From sudden isolation to lost loved ones, we’re in the middle of a period of change that most of us just didn’t expect. At a time of such readjustment, the only thing we feel OK asking is, where are you at with all this? 

In On Read we’re looking at what our belief in craft, community and humour means as life as we know it shifts and we start to rebuild in 2021. This year has taught us that nothing can be guaranteed. So as we approach the new year, we caught up with five people from our community to see where they’re at. The industries of art, fashion and literature have been hit worse than many others by the Covid-19 pandemic. And we want to talk about how we can use this time to change the very industry we work in, from the inside out. 

Tune in to view five short films launching daily on our Instagram from 14 December. In these films you’ll hear from some of our favourite people working within the creative industries to make real and tangible change, not just the fluff you read about on press releases. We’ve spoken to people who have the power to rewrite the rulebook on how we work in fashion and the arts. And we’re talking about everything, from why we shouldn’t blindly use Instagram and social media as a reference point, to how the Western capitalist fashion system is broken, and how we can fix it.

2020 has left people who don’t have huge followings on read too. So we’re asking the men and women at our production factory in Spain what this year has been like for them. You’ll see how comedy and the ability to say the unspoken is what Miista is about, from the factory floor to our studio in London. Check back on Journal this week and next for a series of personal essays by our collaborators on how this year has changed them.

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December 14,2020

by Grace Banks

MIISTA ON READ

2020 was the year we were all left on read. From sudden isolation to lost loved ones, we’re in the middle of a period of change that most of us just didn’t expect. At a time of such readjustment, the only thing we feel OK asking is, where are you at with all this? 

In On Read we’re looking at what our belief in craft, community and humour means as life as we know it shifts and we start to rebuild in 2021. This year has taught us that nothing can be guaranteed. So as we approach the new year, we caught up with five people from our community to see where they’re at. The industries of art, fashion and literature have been hit worse than many others by the Covid-19 pandemic. And we want to talk about how we can use this time to change the very industry we work in, from the inside out. 

Tune in to view five short films launching daily on our Instagram from 14 December. In these films you’ll hear from some of our favourite people working within the creative industries to make real and tangible change, not just the fluff you read about on press releases. We’ve spoken to people who have the power to rewrite the rulebook on how we work in fashion and the arts. And we’re talking about everything, from why we shouldn’t blindly use Instagram and social media as a reference point, to how the Western capitalist fashion system is broken, and how we can fix it.

2020 has left people who don’t have huge followings on read too. So we’re asking the men and women at our production factory in Spain what this year has been like for them. You’ll see how comedy and the ability to say the unspoken is what Miista is about, from the factory floor to our studio in London. Check back on Journal this week and next for a series of personal essays by our collaborators on how this year has changed them.

Jess-chats-about2release-1release-2