While there’s much hype about the September issues for behemoths like American Vogue, there’s also a wave of indie magazines rolling off the presses proving that print is most certainly not dead. Check out Luke Worrall on Supplementaire,Vanessa Traina/Hanne Gaby Odiele for Intermission and Yuri Pleskun for The Vision. The striking simplicity of these are a refreshing contrast to the covers most prevalent now on the stands. We love ’em all!

Luke by Dimitris Theocharis

Hanne and Vanessa byJohn Scarisbrick

Yuri by Dennis Stenild

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  1. it’s pretty imposible to make a cover interesting, i think the above comments are a bit silly really.

  2. Luke looks so coptivating..!
    Shame about the ugly letters on him..for such an expensive coffee table book..
    Lulu xx

  3. Lulu i guess you meant captivating..:-P

    I agree with you, i like the simplicity of The Vision Magazine..
    Vanessa looks stunning..Yuri a bit bored..and Luke almost like waiting for someone to lick him!

  4. Yuri is such a beautiful boy-bored look or not i would buy that magazine just because he is on the cover.

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