this photobook challenges how the fashion industry creates and consumes images
View, like, scroll, forget isn’t the experience New York-based stylist Alex Robertson-Dunlop has created with 'Seven'.
this new publication is dedicated to celebrating people of colour
POCC Magazine is made by PoC talents to celebrate PoC talents.
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what does it mean to be asian-australian?
Liminal magazine is giving Asian-Australians the freedom to self-define.
as interview magazine closes, the internet says goodbye
Everyone from Marc Jacobs to Linda Evangelista pay their respects to the crystal ball of pop.
long live 'print' — idea books's fastest selling ever independent magazine
After its debut issue sold out in record time, creative director Christopher Simmonds and superstar stylist Francesca Burns share an exclusive peek inside PRINT Issue Two.
this gorgeous magazine will school you in the beauty of diversity
Ahead of the release of its sophomore edition, we open the pages of Niijournal.
the rise, fall and hedonistic rule of 90s magazine pavement
Speaking to the publication’s founders about the cover stars, culture and clashes behind the magazine that introduced New Zealand style to the world.
kenzo are launching a zine
For the first edition of 'Kenzo Folio', they’re celebrating Nigerian beauty and art.
grab an exclusive sneak peek at the new issue of ‘ladies of leisure’
Head inside the LOL empire – a world built on good times, best mates and very little sleep.
art on your sleeve: the definitive history of the 12" record sleeve
Art Record Covers is a new book charting the story of the sleeve from its generic cardboard beginnings to the fertile exchange between sounds and shapes it became.
untold stories, unseen images — donatella has written a versace book
The Versace matriarch is celebrating her decades long career in a 300-plus page book.
as gal-dem launch their own magazine, take an exclusive look inside issue one
As the inaugural issue celebrating girlhood, female friendship and growing up hits shelves, we share Grace Barber-Plentie’s discussion of how early noughties music videos filled the blanks of her black girlhood...