Hypebeast, Issue 32 – The Fever Issue
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Hypebeast, a lifestyle magazine that features the latest in men’s fashion, art, design and music.
Hypebeast was launched in January of 2005 as a media platform originally catering towards the world of sneakers and streetwear. Borne out of a frustration in finding aggregated information, the creation of Hypebeast has subsequently created a unified outlet for all the latest and relevant news in the world of mens fashion.
In this issue:
-The 256-pager highlights creatives who embrace the speed, chaos, and whirlwind of the present, as well as those who outright reject it and march to the beat of their own drum through boundary-pushing artistry. Cover by Jun Takahashi, founder of the trailblazing brand UNDERCOVER. In our exclusive interview, Takahashi discusses why now was the right time for him to share his canvases with the world, and how his approach to painting is a foil to his work at UNDERCOVER.
–The Fever Issue also includes features on emerging icons and established luminaries such as Thug Club and Mowalola, two clothing brands who are carving their on path while injecting fresh life into the global fashion industry, as well as nascent design talent like Small Talk Studio, Karu Research, and haute couture hat-maker Benny Andallo.
-Additional features on artists like Peter Sutherland, Emma Stern, Matthew Burgess, and the McGloughlin Brothers, plus an essay by Jon Rafman on AI. More interviews with golf brand Metalwood Studio, musicians Paris Texas and Destroy Lonely, food pop-up series Shy’s Burgers, and a high-speed hang with the daredevil behind the Citi Bike Boyz.
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