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Holiday wants to capture the essence, the aesthetic demands and the sense of journalistic adventure of its original american version from the 1950′s. A mixed magazine, blending fashion and reporting, Holiday remains demanding regarding both pictures and stories. Main stories are written by top names, journalists or writers.
In this issue:
From the ancient pathways of Jerusalem, Holiday Magazine sets off to scale the pristine heights of Bhutan in this new issue. A series of photographs and a film by Hill & Aubrey capture a magical moment featuring Anna Ewers under the Himalayan skies. Mario Sorrenti evokes the spirit of contemporary youth, while Jamie Hawkesworth, Robi Rodriguez, Karim Sadli and Harris Mizrahi all craft their personal take on the peaceful kingdom.
Young French author Oscar Coop-Phane shares his impressions of a voyage to this heavenly paradise, and Clément Bénech chats to Emmanuel Carrère about the art of fiction. Addison Nugent muses on the recipe for national happiness, while Jéromine Savignon spotlights the changing face of Bhutanese fashion. Marie Eugène and François Blet provide insights into two truly Bhutanese concepts, the yeti and phallic worship. Meanwhile, Edie Campbell, the magazine’s new roving editor, recounts a strange journey to Yucatán.
Fashion - Men's Fashion - Travel
Port, Issue 22
No other magazine mixes men’s tastes in style and culture as powerfully as PORT. Editor Dan Crowe and team have brought together an international group…..179 SEK
Architecture - Art - Culture & Lifestyle - Fashion
032c, Issue #34 – Summer 2018: “The Big Flat Now” (Travis Scott cover)
032c is a bi-annual contemporary culture magazine at the intersections of
fashion, art and politics. Finding the new in the old and the old in the new….199 SEK
Art - Fashion - Food & Drink
Luncheon, Issue 6
Worldly and welcoming, Luncheon is a style and culture magazine that invites old and new friends of all generations and cultural experiences to share their views, life and work over lunch. From simple jam sandwiches in the park to home-cooked feasts, to hours spent in chic restaurants, the conversation and visual content is inspired by this midday […]215 SEK
Art - Fashion - Home & Garden - Music
Pleasure Garden, Issue 3
Taking inspiration from the pleasure gardens of 18th century London this magazine engages its public with an array of attractions – ranging from the past to the present, the sedate to the salacious. Here we step away from the practicalities of the garden instead placing it within a wider cultural context. The pleasure garden was […]325 SEK