HERO Gets Warm for Winter

As the temperature drops, HERO Magazine rolls out a new Winter Annual, full of long reads to dive into and rich photography to provide a cold-weather contrast to their high-energy Summer Zine. With small-screen heartthrobs KJ Apa of Riverdale and Brandon Flynn of 13 Reasons Why on the two covers, the Winter Annual mixes fashion features and interviews with short fiction and art stories, going deep to keep you busy on long winter nights. Bruce Weber shares snowbound shots from his archives, while Dominik Sadoch layers up in a story by Thomas Cooksey and Steve Morriss. Model couple Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg offer up a personal photo portfolio and elsewhere the Whitney’s curators sit down for a roundtable discussion about encouraging new artists, redefining the boundaries of what a fashion magazine can be.

Take an exclusive first look below.


KJ Apa | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Brandon Flynn | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Brandon Flynn | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis

Brandon Flynn | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Brandon Flynn | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Brandon Flynn | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Photographer – Bruce Weber


Photographer – Bruce Weber


Photographer – Bruce Weber


Tom Heyes | Photographer – Eber Figueira | Stylist – Laetitia Paul


Tom Heyes | Photographer – Eber Figueira | Stylist – Laetitia Paul


Tom Heyes | Photographer – Eber Figueira | Stylist – Laetitia Paul


Skylar Penn at Next New York () | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Skylar Penn at Next New York () | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Skylar Penn at Next New York () | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Paul Sinclaire


Karen Gillan | Photographer – Michael Avedon | Stylist – Courtney Kryston


KJ Apa | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


KJ Apa | Photographer – Fabien Kruszelnicki | Stylist – Gro Curtis


Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg | Photographers – Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg


Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg | Photographers – Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg


Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg | Photographers – Estella Brons and Lemmie van den Berg


Anton Jensen | Photographer – Marco van Rijt | Stylist – Oscar Lange


Anton Jensen | Photographer – Marco van Rijt | Stylist – Oscar Lange


Anton Jensen | Photographer – Marco van Rijt | Stylist – Oscar Lange


Photographer – Rory van Millingen | Collage – Fabien Kruszelnicki


Photographer – Rory van Millingen | Collage – Fabien Kruszelnicki


Photographer – Rory van Millingen | Collage – Fabien Kruszelnicki


Dominik Sadoch | Photographer – Thomas Cooksey | Stylist – Steve Morriss


Dominik Sadoch | Photographer – Thomas Cooksey | Stylist – Steve Morriss


Dominik Sadoch | Photographer – Thomas Cooksey | Stylist – Steve Morriss

Marfa Journal is Marfoffice is MARFAMILY is here

If you see it, open it up. That is–the latest (and greatest) Marfa Journal now actually Marfamily. Some things are awry and that’s a total compliment. It’s less a magazine and more a scrapbook of fashion fiction with only the realest people. Up for the antics is Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Natasha Poly amongst others. Also the many-paged, many-people gonzo nativity editorial is one the coolest things to be came up with and come out lately. Five covers, shown below is only one.

Images courtesy of Marfamily

British Vogue Starts Again

Releasing to great fanfare, the first December issue of British Vogue under the helm of editor-in-chief Edward Enninful has been unveiled with model of the moment, advocate, and proud Brit Adwoa Aboah landing the cover. Shot by Steven Meisel, his first cover for a British magazine in 25 years, and cloaked in Marc Jacobs, the opening visual oozes retro 60s vibes with Aboah thoroughly radiating holiday cheer for the upcoming season. The gang is all together again as Guido Palau and makeup master Pat McGrath (you know Pat McGrath Labs had to get a piece) join forces for a glamorous beauty partnership that blends past and present seamlessly.

Take a peek at some of the inside imagery below and be sure to pick the issue up on international newsstands stands November 10th!

DYKE_ON is the new fashion magazine dedicated to lesbians

Issue zero of the majorly worthwhile DYKE_ON is here and already it’s the best of its kind. Probably because there isn’t much like it. It’s exactly what it says it is. Frustrated at too little representation, Editor-in-chief of the mag, Rain Laurent, writes in her editor’s letter, “DYKE_ON aims to offer all women, straight and gay, a powerful, intellectual sense of style that celebrates the sensibilities and aesthetics of lesbian culture.” That said, the inside offerings should be enjoyed by just about anyone who likes fashion, art and literature. Photographer Rebekah Campbell directs her lens towards the queer community of Downtown New York, Monika Mogi portraits her friend Saki in Tokyo, works from Katerina Jebb and American figurative painter and advocate of queer politics Nicole Eisenman are explored, plus a lot more. Zero was assembled by friends and doers from all edges of fashion meaning this publishing is strictly personal. A lot of cool people. Preview the brand new magazine below!

Images courtesy of DYKE_ON via Sasha Melnychuk


Harmony Boucher by Rebekah Campbell

Sara Cummings by Rebekah Campbell

all models in editorial Harmony Boucher, Lily Olsen, Zoe Bullock, Sara Cummings, Sofia Fanego, Katerina Tannenbaum, Adele Taska, Lissy Trullie by Rebekah Campbell

Jaana-Kristiina Alakoski and Léa Escudie by Christina Abdeeva

Saki by Monika Mogi

By Katerina Jebb


Lily and Maud by Niklas Bergstrand | Stylist Laetitia Giminez

Céline Makes A Case for It Always Being Sunny

Do you feel that? That crispness in the air that heralds golden leaves, colder temps and a warm hearth?

Well if you’re totally over it, welcome to the S.A.D. club where we seek the balmy tropical destinations of equatorial far off lands perfect for the Spring collections. Fashion favorite Céline delves deep into the balmy mood with an outstanding campaign shot by Juergen Teller starring the stunning Binx Walton. Arm parties and rays of warm sunlight offset the print happy designs and structured leather tailoring perfectly in visuals that make you long for a tan.