Vivienne Westwood talks to the young and defiant characters of Britain for Dazed

Dazed Magazine‘s summer 2018 issue hits stands proclaiming “Youth is Revolting” and leading the revolt is none other than rebeller, punk activist, fashion icon, Vivienne Westwood. There are actually multiple covers, all Westwood ones–this here, featuring loads of London’s activists, creatives and defiant minds, is by Hanna Moon (Read her interview here). Westwood declares, “I’m a punk because I’m a fighter. I can’t help it”. That’s from the accompanying Q&A by editorial attendees like knitwear designer and abortion rights activist, Anna Veglio-White; Dublin-born, London-based photographer and filmmaker, Joshua Gordon; south London musician, Greentea Peng; activist with Justice4Grenfell, Tasha B; model and artist, Jess Maybury; artist, writer and model, Wilson Oryema and York-based, London-trained designer, Matty Bovan. See the preview below.

Read the full article here

Images courtesy of Dazed by Hanna Moon | Stylist Agata Belcen | Hair Kiyoko Odo | Makeup Nami Yoshida

Plus don’t miss Harley Weir‘s cover and editorial!

Hercules Magazine Tours the Mediterranean

Sun, sea, and sand are on the menu this season in the latest issue of Hercules Magazine, which bounces from Benidorm to Athens to Marrakech in celebration of the long, warm days ahead. Marlon Pendlebury hits the Spanish coast on two of three covers captured by David Luraschi and styled by Pau Avia in the sharp glare of summer and some of the season’s brightest pieces, while Jack Pierson and Paul Sinclaire head into the artist’s studio for a portrait session with cover boy Marco Yura, Gideon Yendell, Conor Fay, Jarod Peatt, and Jaleen Oliver. Adrian Catalan and Ana Murillas capture a clutch of young athletes in action for a energetic sportswear story with Antonio Mingot and Ben Schofield hitting the ice for a high-fashion take on competitive figure skating. If these pages are anything to go by, the summer ahead will be full of energy and plenty of pleasure.

Take an exclusive look at the new issue below.


Marlon Pendlebury | Photographer – David Luraschi | Stylist – Pau Avia


Marlon Pendlebury | Photographer – David Luraschi | Stylist – Pau Avia


Marco Yura at CLICK (New York) | Photographer – Jack Pierson | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Kaya Holl | Photographer – Markus Rico | Stylist – Jon Morales


Kaya Holl | Photographer – Markus Rico | Stylist – Jon Morales


Nick Flohr at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne) | Photographer – Carlotta Manaigo | Stylist – Ahnna Lee


Nick Flohr at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne) | Photographer – Carlotta Manaigo | Stylist – Ahnna Lee


Myles Dominique | Photographer – Daniel Riera | Stylist – Francesco Sourigues


Aaron Shandel | Photographer – Daniel Riera


Photographer – Adrian Catalan | Stylist – Ana Murillas


Photographer – Adrian Catalan | Stylist – Ana Murillas


Photographer – Adrian Catalan | Stylist – Ana Murillas


Photographer – Adrian Catalan | Stylist – Ana Murillas


Marlon Pendlebury | Photographer – David Luraschi | Stylist – Pau Avia


Marlon Pendlebury | Photographer – David Luraschi | Stylist – Pau Avia


Marlon Pendlebury | Photographer – David Luraschi | Stylist – Pau Avia


Marco Yura at CLICK (New York) | Photographer – Jack Pierson | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Jaleen Oliver at Next New York () | Photographer – Jack Pierson | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Lucas Cotty at IMG London () | Photographer – Antonio Mingot | Stylist – Ben Schofield


Photographer – Harry Carr | Stylist – Pau Avia


Photographer – Harry Carr | Stylist – Pau Avia


Cyrus Amini at MP Paris () | Photographer – James Giles | Stylist – David Vivirido


Cyrus Amini at MP Paris () | Photographer – James Giles | Stylist – David Vivirido

10 Things We Love About Adut

For hot new face Adut Akech, a lot can happen in a year. The striking beauty from down under has had a high-soaring trajectory since her 2016 debut at YSL and has left nothing but a pile of covers, editorials, and billboards in her wake. With her vivid charisma and stunning good looks, Models.com chalked up 10 reasons why she’s one to know.

This cover for Vogue Italia made her look otherwordly (ditto for Amandine and Birgit!)…


Photo by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

..or this one from May’s British Vogue travelling to new frontiers…


Photo by Craig McDean

…even Vogue Korea got a piece of her too, this month…


Photo by Peter Ash Lee

…and Document Journal made miracles come true…


Photo by Mario Sorrenti

…while WSJ grouded her in reality.


Photo by Josh Olins

We thought she was something special when we first spotted her at Yves Saint Laurent


Photo by Collier Schorr

…or maybe it was when we saw her brilliant smile captured by MDC finest, Melodie Jeng


Photo by Melodie Jeng

…and when Meisel came calling like he did for Zara


Photo by Steven Meisel

…and Moschino


Photo by Steven Meisel

… it was only a matter of time until i-D Magazine would follow suit.


Photo by Mario Sorrenti

Allure Redefines Beauty with an All-Asian Cast


Photographer – Sølve Sundsbø | Fashion Editor – Beat Bolliger | Hair – Malcolm Edwards | Makeup – Hiromi Ueda | Manicurist – Chisato Yamamoto

Allure Magazine makes movement towards a more inclusive perspective with its newest issue for June. Photographer Sølve Sundsbø captures animated cover portraits of Fei Fei Sun, Fernanda Ly, and Soo Joo Park all enticing major hair envy. The top models reflected on their experiences in the industry – both good and bad – and how more steps need to be taken to diversify fashion. In her editor’s letter and a series of tweets, editor-in-chief Michelle Lee explained her personal motivations to include an all Asian cast for this month’s cover and shared a staggering statistic. “After we decided to do it, it got me thinking about when the last time was that Allure had an Asian woman on the cover. In 327 issues and over 28 years, there had only been two Asian women on the cover: Lucy Liu in 2000 and Olivia Munn, who’s part Chinese, in 2014. Not. Good.”

Made in Brazil Heads to Rio Grande do Norte

Continuing its exploration of the vast country of Brazil, Made in Brazil Magazine takes its latest issue to the North Atlantic coast, devoting an entire issue to a single feature shot by Philippe Vogelenzang and styled by David Vandewal amongst the white sand beaches and translucent waters of the state of Rio Grande do Norte, an area never before seen in fashion publications. Loosely inspired by both The Lord of the Flies and Mad Max, the issue is, in the words of founder Juliano Corbetta, “a story of love, brotherhood, and survival above all, which I think was appropriate for the current political climate.”

One of the two covers, featuring Jhonattan Burjack and newcomer Lucca Schlenker in an embrace, makes a powerful statement all its own, connecting to a new collaboration with Casa 1, a Sao Paulo charity that provides housing for homeless LGBTQ youth. Limited-edition archival t-shirts and caps, bundled together with the new issue, sold out quickly upon prerelease, with all the proceeds going to Casa 1. Corbetta calls the new edition his favorite yet, both for the experience of creating it and the reception its received since.

Take an exclusive first look below.


THROUGHOUT: Jhonattan Burjack, Lucca Schlenker, Diego Rocha, and Raul Barbosa | Photographer – Philippe Vogelenzang | Stylist – David Vandewal