Page after page, we preview some Document Journal picks from its well attended 14th issue

For S/S 2019 Document did what Document does, that is to get the most decorated contributors to fill their 560 pages––making it practically the most ambitious of biannuals, a true must-be for the most in-demand-types. That’s a lot of pressure at the press, where does one start? “In an age in which the internet can simultaneously give marginalized voices a platform and disproportionately amplify those who just want to make noise, thoughtful creation and consumption of media has never been more essential. Of course, ways of seeing and the politics of visibility extend far beyond media to the world around us,” writes editor-in-chief Nick Vogelson of issue 14. Channeling that thought into printed action: six covers (below) give a glimpse of the publication’s latest with welcomed visuals from Mario Sorrenti to David Sims to Ryan McGinley from Sarah Richardson to Kim Jones (of course, there are others). Inside (below, too), it’s more of the same and in the best way possible: Brett Lloyd and Camille Bidault Waddington, Liz Johnson Artur and Jodie Barnes, Danielle Neu and Alice Goddard to name names shoot fashion for the magazine. It would be overwhelmingly visual if not for words exchanged by important minds such as critics Parul Sehgal and Teju Cole of the New York Times, the legendary John Waters and writer Edmund White, Kim Jones and Jony Ive of Apple, Alyx‘s Matthew Williams and Sita Abellan, and again, more. Exclusively preview some of the fashion bits below!

Images courtesy of Document Journal

Juliane Grüner by David Sims | Fashion by Karl Templer | Hair Guido Palau | Makeup Lucia Pieroni | Manicure Ama Quashie

Gigi Hadid, Sora Choi, Clement Chabernaud, Maoro Bultheel, Daan Duez by Willy Vanderperre | Fashion Olivier Rizzo | Hair Anthony Turner | Makeup Lynsey Alexander

Simona Kust and Hannah Motler by Mario Sorrenti | Fashion Sarah Richardson | Hair Akki Shirakawa | Makeup Frank B

Shamir, 070 Shake, Kevin Abstract, Austin Anderson and Ryan Beatty by Ryan McGinley | Fashion Kim Jones | Hair Marty Harper

Sethu Ncise, Nyarach Abouch Ayuel by Liz Johnson Artur | Fashion Jodie Barnes

Gisele Fox by Chris Rhodes | Fashion Shawn Lakin | Hair Joseph Pujalte | Makeup Anthony Preel

Laura Morgan by Thomas Lohr | Fashion Alice Lefons | Hair Mari Ohashi | Makeup Laura Dominique

Kiki Willems by Brett Lloyd | Fashion Camille Bidault Waddington | Hair Jonathan De Francesco | Makeup Karin Westerlund | Manicure Julie Villanova

Multiples by Alasdair McLellan | Fashion Mauricio Nardi | Hair Anthony Turner | Makeup Lynsey Alexander | Manicure Pebbles Aikens

Giselle Norman, Mark Gallagher, Aaron Lewins, Kaila Wyatt, Hannah Motler, Iris Dubois, Jolie Alien and Matt Clues by Richard Bush | Fashion Sarah Richardson | Hair Kei Takanano | Makeup Mathias van Hooff

Diane Guais and Arielle Nickerson by Theo Wenner | Fashion Sarah Richardson | Hair Akki Shirakawa | Makeup Frank B

Grace Hartzel by Danielle Neu | Fashion Alice Goddard | Hair Tamas Tuzes | Makeup Fara Homidi

Dazed Supports The Cult Classics

Photographer – Tyler Mitchell

Models on magazine covers are hardly a novelty anymore but a complete pickings of our Icons and New Supers lists sure is. That’s why the latest Dazed‘s issue is just so good – with nine covers it stands as an unabashed declaration for the “era-defining”, cult muses of today. Alek Wek, Debra Shaw, Guinevere Van Seenus, Jamie Bochert, Karen Elson, Lara Stone, Mariacarla Boscono, and Saskia de Brauw show us how it’s done, effortlessly posing for the current photographic vanguard. Who was lucky enough to be paired with these pillars of modelling history? First-time covers for Campbell Addy, Lea Colombo, Letty Schmiterlow, Tyler Mitchell, and Tom Johnson join regular contributors Angelo Pennetta, Brianna Capozzi, and Charlotte Wales. That not enough for you? There’s four digital covers of Sasha Pivovarova, Tasha Tilberg, Kirsten Owen, and Querelle Jansen to be devoted to.

See the rest of the newsstands covers plus a digital cover preview below and be sure to pick up the latest issue when it comes out tomorrow.

Photographer – Campbell Addy

Photographer – Tom Johnson

Photographer – Letty Schmiterlow

Photographer – Lea Colombo

Photographer – Brianna Capozzi

Photographer – Charlotte Wales

Photographer – Angelo Pennetta

Photographer – Ben Toms

Photographer – Julien Martinez Leclerc

Photographer – Casper Sejersen

Photographer – Suffo Moncloa

The gang over at Marfamily casually scripted a cover-to-cover whodunnit for their latest issue

“Film your murders like love scenes, and film your love scenes like murders,” Hitchcock famously said, and for Marfamily‘s latest issue, the team at the biannual magazine decided to film their murders like fashion shoots, and film their fashion shoots like murders. It’s a cover-to-cover whodunnit, entitled, “The Front Row Murders”––naturally! since they’re naturally-not-normal anyway. The masterminds behind such a dizzying (creative) direction should be named: editor-in-chief Alexandra Gordienko, fashion editors Omaima Salem, Linda Engelhardt, Danny Reed and for this narrative-laden issue, features editor Ross Astor became director and storyteller. Lately, horror seems to hold a special place in the heart of fashion evidenced by all the genre references like Prada and their Frankenstein-themed collection; murmurs of Jaws, The Shining, Carrie and more were part of Raf’s Calvin Klein motif; and the remake of Suspiria boasted a cast full of fashion darlings. Still, we haven’t seen a magazine that looks like this before. Gordienko tells us, “Taking the structure of a classic crime thriller, MARFAMILY #4 has become a novella under the name of The Front Row Murders, the narrative of which is drawn along by every piece of text and imagery contained within its pages.” On top of all that’s inside Béatrice Dalle, Anne Hathaway, Alek Wek, Lindsey Wixson, Mariam de Vinzelle, Eniko Mihalik and Lily McMenamy serve as the leading lady cover stars. We preview pieces of the puzzle that unravel all issue long below.

Anne Hathaway (as Barbara Streisand) in Marc Jacobs by Alexandra Gordienko | Stylist Danny Reed

Béatrice Dalle (on top of a once powerful politician) by Pierre-Ange Carlotti | Stylist Omaima Salem

Alek Wek (and her long legs) in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello by Pascal Gambarte | Stylist Omaima Salem

Eniko Mihalik (looking at some art at Tramps NY) in Miu Miu by Alexandra Gordienko | Stylist Linda Engelhardt

Lily McMenamy (& honourable guests of The MARFASHION show) by Pascal Gambarte | Stylist Omaima Salem & Alexandra Gordienko

Mariam de Vinzelle (being all Parisian) in Louis Vuitton by Pascal Gambarte | Stylist Linda Engelhardt

Lindsey Wixson(looking at some art at Gavin Brown’s enterprise) in Chanel by Alexandra Gordienko | Stylist Linda Engelhardt

Giovanni counts down his Vogue Italia departure with help from Karim Sadli and Rianne Van Rompaey

It’s T-minus 2 issues for Giovanni Bianco, as news broke late March that the June 2019 Vogue Italia issue would be the creative director’s last. How does one spend their last days? Well, Bianco handed the cover spot to Karim Sadli, a frequent contributor, but not-yet-until-now frontman for the elite glossy. Considering Rianne Van Rompaey and Sadli go way back (having shot together since 2014), as does the Dutch model with Vogue Italia covers (this adds a 5th to her collection), it was a cover a long time in the making. Excuse us––3 covers a long time in the making. For it, they take the team oceanside: a shock of red tresses, loads of Chanel and enough pearls to sink Rianne should she decide to take a dip. Adding, Van Rompaey is unsinkable, with four stellar single girl covers this year already.

Rianne Van Rompaey by Karim Sadli | Creative director Giovanni Bianco | Stylist Max Pearmain | Hair stylist Damien Boissinot | Makeup artist Christelle Cocquet | Casting director Samuel Ellis Scheinman

Team Re-Edition releases pages and pages from issue 11, we examine

With its latest, Re-Edition Magazine celebrates its 11th birthday––or 4 in human years as ink hit the page for the first time in 2015. That was then and this is now: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shoot for the publication for the first time; a Burberry portfolio where Riccardo Tisci gets the Juergen Teller treatment, in that Eva Herzigova needs not do much to be great; speaking of models that add to a multigenerational mix, Milla Jovovich faces a Talia Chetrit cover (got the team back together!). On the multi-covers, not one red head, but three––Sara Grace Wallerstedt, Edwina Preston and Rianne Van Rompaey. All that and a red-dressed, red-lipped cover by Chinese photorapher Feng Li who you are going to see more of soon. There’s camp, there’s cool, there’s Collier Schorr (of course) and there’s even fire! Here’s a sampling of the contributor-licious issue.