magazines

New look Harper’s Bazaar



Harper's Bazaar relaunch edited by Samira Nasr

New look Harper’s Bazaar has just been revealed. It will be a while before it arrives in the UK but so far I’m loving the energy. Here’s cover girl Liya Kebede styled by Ludivine Poiblanc wearing AW20 Hermès for starters (above) and do checkout editor Samira Nasr’s wonderful behind the scenes film over on Insta. (more…)



The September issues have come to save us



Vogue Italia September issue 2020 featuring Bethann Hardison

September is going to be a memorable month. Furlough schemes ending, kids (and teachers) going back to school in the New Normal, and some businesses tentatively reopening their offices.

It will be challenging but one must remain optimistic. Stepping into the role of chief optimism officer for the month: print magazines. More specifically, the September issues. (more…)



R.I.P Milton Glaser



Milton Glaser New York Magazine

R.I.P Milton Glaser, the co-founder of New York Magazine and graphic design legend who created the I heart NY logo.

He published a book last December called The Mag Men: Fifty Years of Making Magazines* in which he and his design partner Walter Bernard recount their work for New York magazine as well as Time, Fortune, Paris Match and The Nation. Looks and sounds amazing.

Here’s an interview with them with Mag Culture’s Jeremy Leslie.

On a related note, I’ve not been sure where to post this, so I’ll add it here – a superb three-part IGTV with Candy magazine founder Luis Venegas. Very inspiring for any media students or graduates.

WORDS: Disneyrollergirl/Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGE: New York Magazine cover by Milton Glaser
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Anti-racism real talk



Jeanie Annan-Lewin

Some of the most honest conversations around racism in the fashion and beauty industries are happening on IGTV.

I recommend Susie Bubble’s three-part conversation with stylist Jeanie Annan-Lewin, which answers the question of why so many black fashion professionals are freelance. (more…)