This week's magazines: AnOther, Brand, Selvedge, The Plan, Vogue, Wallpaper*, Wire
For fashion lovers the Autumn/Winter edition of AnOther Magazine features a cover of Dakota Johnson photographed by Collier Schorr while Sienna Miller covers the latest issue of fashion bible Vogue which also features pieces on Kate Moss and our own Nicola Sturgeon.
For design fans Brand magazine look at the development of graphic design in relation to the decline in boundaries between the masculine and feminine and how this is becoming a driving force in the development of modern graphic design.
The latest issue of Selvedge magazine was published to coincide with the V&A’s India Festival is filled with stunning textiles. Curator of the V&A’s Fabric of India exhibition, Rosemary Crill, offers a whistlestop guided tour of the treasures on show this autumn. While Co-curator Divia Patel dives into the opulent world of Indian couture and Deidi von Schaewen’s documents India’s sacred trees in divine photography. The spirit of the country is captured in Rajasthan’s splendid colour-filled streets. And in light of the recent challenge to the special status of handlooms in India the magazine explores the arguments for and against championing traditional textile techniques.
Highlights of this issue of The Plan magazine include the corning museum of glass extension by Thomas Phifer and Partners along with a piece about urban strategy in China and much more. While Wallpaper* magazine looks at a rural Massachusetts retreat, a glass house in urban Tokyo a pair of minimalist villas near Zurich and Jonathan Tuckey's tucked-away courtyard house in south London.
Finally the latest issue of the Wire Magazine features: The Ankh of Sun Ra: Hieroglyphic Being: Opening a special feature on the stellar legacy of jazz visionary Sun Ra, Jamal Moss explains how the cosmic philosophy of the master has informed his approach to house and techno, locating new pathways out of grim reality; Marshall Allen meets David Keenan; Omniverse Sun Ra the semi-legendary book on Sun Ra republished, and more. Plus: DIY musique concrète pioneer Ernest Berk, composer and video artist Christina Vantzou, tape-damaged DIY veterans Storm Bugs, Unsound’s Mat Schulz on festivals in a curatorial age. Hundreds of albums reviewed, and much more
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Born under the same family as Dazed & Confused magazine, AnOther is a bi-annual publication aimed at delivering the latest in high fashion and premium photography with appearances from high class glitteratti including Rihanna, Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, Jodie Foster, Natalie Portman and countless other elites.
Brand magazine is a bi-monthly British based publication catering for well known brand design artists as well as emerging talents.
Selvedge Magazine is a design magazine focusing on textile for those who share a passion and love for fabric in fashion, art and interiors. Selvedge magazine is a celebration of the beautiful and the beautifully made.
Plan magazine is based in Dublin and focuses on architecture and design released twice a month.
Vogue has been at the forefront of fashion for over 100 years providing and informing readers all around the globe with 23 different international variants. From up and coming talent to the most glamorous super models, Vogue has featured the worlds most famous photographers, models, editors and contributors and brought them all to the general public once a month.
Wallpaper* is a monthly publication showcasing design, fashion, entertainment and other fields of modern culture. First launched in 1996, the magazine has worked with big names including Jeremy Langmead, Marcus Von Ackermann and Alasdhair Willis to name a few.
Wire magazine is a monthly British publication focusing on contemporary avant garde music from around the world.