The Greatest Offers Hope in the Idealist Issue

In tumultuous times, The Greatest Magazine offers a moment of hope with a new issue dedicated to Idealists. There is a dreamy and uplifting spirit to the latest edition of the Italian menswear magazine, devoted to bringing the energy of the new season to life. Yaniv Edry and Mariaelena Morelli devote their feature to young bohemian artists and their paint-speckled attire, while Roman Goebel and Ingo Nahrwold capture swirling movement in their story, playing with patterns and proportions. Jordy Gerritsma takes one of the three covers and gets lost in the woods with Dham Srifuengfung and Paul Maximilian Schlosser, while Markus Pritzi and Klaus Stockhausen take a dreamy and mystical look at youth.

Take a look at the new issue below.


Dylan Roques | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco


Jordy Gerritsma | Photographer – Dham Srifuengfung | Stylist – Paul Maximilian Schlosser


Tidiane and Idriss Sakho | Photographer – Cecile Bortoletti | Stylist – Gaelle Bon


Dylan Roques | Photographer – Alessandro Dal Buoni | Stylist – Matteo Greco


Emmanuel | Photographer – Cecile Bortoletti | Stylist – Gaelle Bon


Ellis Kennedy | Photographer – Daisy Walker | Stylist – Matteo Greco


Jordy Gerritsma and Jake M at IMG London () | Photographer – Dham Srifuengfung | Stylist – Paul Maximilian Schlosser


Laurens Pouchele, Daan Duez, and Christophe ‘t Kint | Photographer – Frederic Bastin | Stylist – Gaelle Bon


Montell Martin and Basti Robert | Photographer – Joost Vandebrug | Stylist – Gary Armstrong


Malik Jalloh and Callum Stoddart | Photographer – Markus Pritzi | Stylist – Klaus Stockhausen


Alton Mason | Photographer – Roman Goebel | Stylist – Ingo Nahrwold


Simon Porte Jacquemus


Konstantin at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne) and Zacharie Villot | Photographer – Virginia Arcaro | Stylist – Erik Raynal

Iris Covet Book and Araki See if Restraint Can Be A Good Thing

With the end of the year coming swiftly, Iris Covet Book ties things up with the distinctive style of famed fine art photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. Shot in Tokyo, Issa Lish lands the ninth issue’s cover story while indulging in the art of bondage and dressed in lacy underpinning. The print edition also features an exclusive preview of Araki’s signature flower and doll still life imagery from his upcoming exhibition, I, Photography at the Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art in Kagawa, Japan. Inside features of the quarterly mag include exclusive interviews with Taraji P Henson, artist Mickalene Thomas, couturier Iris van Herpen and many others.

Take a look at our exclusive preview below and be sure to pick up the latest issue when it hits newsstands here.

Photography – Nobuyoshi Araki
Fashion Stylist – Shun Watanabe | Art Director – Louis Liu

Hair – Koji Ichikawa | Makeup – Ken Nakano
Model – Issa Lish | Editor – Marc Sifuentes

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!