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The New Order, Vol.31 – Escapism

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Release date: July 19, 2024

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Founded in 2009 by James Oliver, best known for his involvement in launching and developing SLAMXHYPE, a groundbreaking online resource for street culture – At the helm of  The New Order the aim and vision is to progress the evolution and commentary on subculture by drawing on a mantra formulated around a dedication to advancement and originality = True modernism. Within his role as publisher and editorial director for the magazine, James has brought together a host of renowned contributors from all over the globe, while himself being based in Tokyo and working with an established and committed creative team in the Tokyo metropolis.

In this issue:

We are delighted to announce the release of THE NEW ORDER issue 31 (summer 2024), further celebrating the 15th anniversary of the publication. The identity and vision of the quarterly publication is represented by more fascinating musicians, artists, designers featured with the 256 pages.

THE NEW ORDER ISSUE 31 features three covers: In no particular order, the first is NAMEDARUMA, the Japanese rap trio changing the game and the culture n their own backyard. Having established themselves as the elite in Japan in recent years, their unique approach and sound have made them stand out. Taro Mizutani shot them in Tokyo for a very encompassing piece.

Next we have BROOKE CANDY, with the LA based artist on the verge of releasing a new album we thought it was no better time than now to ask ur good friend and renowned photographer Magnus Unnar to shoot this unique individual.

Then we have ESPO, I think if anyone has paid any attention to the graffiti work over the year you will know Steve Powers aka ESPO. Not only taking a look at his latest show in Tokyo and his archive Takeshi Matsumi also stopped by his studio in New York to give us an insightful look into his day to day.

Featured content in this issue:

Some stand out content from the issue includes Ino’s Hour, with Ino Hideumi invited the talented Cornelius to take part in the series for his second feature in THE NEW ORDER. In addition we have an emphatic editorial with Goat Girl, we all spent a day with machìna in Tokyo while we invite 15 friends of Native Sons to take a part of an editorial celebrating the eyewear brands 15th anniversary. We also stopped by Grillz Jewelz in downtown Tokyo, have a contribution by artist SHINKNOWNSUKE and up and coming photographer Kohei Kawatani. Then there is a comprehensive fashion editorial shot in London, and we go to Mexico get an insight not how ceramic brand Apapacho is crafted and constructed while editorial director has started a new series entitled OBJEKT.


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