AnOther Magazine‘s launch in 2001 heralded a new chapter in magazine publishing. Its blend of high fashion and world-class photography with features on the arts, politics and literature continues to make each beautifully crafted edition a collectors item. Published twice a year, AnOther Magazine quickly established a reputation for highly original content brought together in its pages by an emerging set of photographers, stylists and writers bound by a search for creativity and authenticity. Counting Rihanna, Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, Jodie Foster, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams and Tilda Swinton amongst its impressive run of leading Hollywood cover stars, it is now the most recognised biannual fashion magazine in the world.
In This Issue:
This issue of AnOther Magazine is an exploration of the heroic: the valiant, noble, audacious, brave. However one chooses to de ne the word, the world has rarely needed heroes – people to look up to, be inspired by, and learn from – more than they do today.
Oscar-nominated actress Ruth Negga tells Ben Cobb of her breakthrough role as the inspiring female lead in Jeff Nichols’ new film Loving, with an accompanying shoot photographed by Collier Schorr and styled by Katie Shillingford.
Bright young star Mia Goth speaks to Kay Barron about her own heroes and her challenging choices of lm roles, with imagery by Paolo Roversi, styled by Katy England.
In a 30-page special including a portfolio photographed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Olivier Rizzo, Susannah Frankel speaks to Miuccia Prada and her pioneering collaborators about creating an alternative, intelligent and heroic world of fashion.
In celebration of the forthcoming Comme des Garçons exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the AnOther Magazine centrefold has returned, featuring a pull-out poster starring Raquel Zimmermann wearing Comme des Garçons, photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Katie Shillingford.
Mario Sorrenti and Robbie Spencer’s visionary story Scary Monsters imagines a living, breathing matryoshka doll for the modern world, which will appear on a limited-edition cover.
In an essay on Christian Lacroix, Alexander Furycelebrates his own hero, and tells the story of a man who wilfully eschewed the bottom line in favour of a dream. The words inspire a story by Roe Ethridge and Katie Shillingford.
Wolfgang Tillmans and friend Hans Ulrich Obrist look back on the events of 2016 and ask how art can speak up for society.
This issue’s Document has been guest-edited by Jonathan Anderson, who has compiled a selection of writing by the Irish greats, including James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, WB Yeats and Bram Stoker.
PLUS: Icons from Vivienne Westwood and Pamela Anderson to Gaia Repossi and Jonas Mekas reveal their own, personal heroes, with accompanying portraits by Jack Davison.