Celebrating 10 infamous issues of cult fashion mag Buffalo Zine
Fashion's biggest trolls – Buffalo founders David Uzquiza and Adrian Gonzalez-Cohen – get grilled by JW Anderson, Martine Rose and more.
this japanese magazine celebrates creative collaborators, rockstar couples and ex-yakuza love stories
meet the world’s most prolific magazine collector
With his new book ‘Issues’, Vince Aletti is looking back at six decades spent amassing all the magazines he can get his hands on.
carhartt wip launch a free magazine that explores the power of working (and not working too)
WIP's celebration of music, skateboarding, art and culture will inspire creativity and procrastination in equal measure.
discover the future of british DIY publishing
Paul Gorman talks us through Print, his new exhibition at Somerset House, dedicated to the independent British magazines changing the world.
stitch, bitch! magazine aims to make fashion better and fairer for young people
From unpaid work placements to abused models, the debut issue of this self-financed publication focuses on fashion industry exploitation.
this magazine explores a new generation’s nostalgic yearnings for all-things 70s
From Leigh Bowery's love of trashy disco to David Bowie’s best looks, the re-emergence of Fiorucci and ABBA to a celebration of modern men with retro moustaches, 20-year-old Maisey Brown’s Hunky Dory casts a millennial eye over the 70s.
end of an era for london’s most celebrated magazine shop
The chapter of Wardour News comes to a close for Raj Patel & Co.
peek inside the fifth issue of buffalo zine, featuring pamela anderson and hunky cowboys
Your second favourite fashion magazine (after i-D) has a brand new issue out, and you should take a look inside right now. Get the inside scoop on Lennon Gallagher in a Blur T-Shirt, Pamela Anderson’s Diet Coke moment, and shooting the whole issue in...
beauty papers magazine is a punk antidote to today’s beauty industry
Make-up artist Maxine Leonard and creative director Valerie Wickes have established a DIY refuge for originality, self-expression, and cartoons of Grace Coddington’s cats.
1 granary issue four asks, “does anyone still have fun?”
Expanding its borders to incorporate three more major art schools, 1 Granary’s latest issue sets its sights on unifying international creativity and supporting the next generation of artists and designers.
sedition, the new anti-establishment magazine you need to know
Following the punk paper’s first issue launch party in New York, we speak to its founders Lana Lackey and Tyler Kohlhoff about their riot in paradise.