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.

Platon Declares “Women Strong” for Garage

Platon‘s portraiture has captured the most prolific names of pop and political culture throughout the world. Stemming from the current upheaval of Hollywood and fashion titans due to sexual abuse, the famed photographer has unveiled via Instagram his unique and powerful vision of contemporary women. “Repeatedly, I have seen young women portrayed as mere sexual objects and vacant clothes horses on the pages of glossy fashion magazines,” he laments via social media. “I want to see young women expressing power and strength in our western media. If fashion is an aspirational ideal, then that’s a good enough channel for me to work with.” Pairing up with Garage Magazine, the photographer and team of Phoebe Arnold, Ashley JavierPat McGrath present compelling portraiture of the modern model muses of the moment. Ansley Gulielmi, Chu Wong, Kaya Wilkins, Lexi Boling, Lex Herl, Mayowa Nicholas, and Ruth Bell star as the ‘femme forte’ making pieces from Jacquemus, Vetements, Gareth Pugh, Calvin Klein and Chanel take a life of their own.

"Let's talk about fashion, style, and sub culture. Let's talk about the way we express ourselves. Repeatedly, I have seen young women portrayed as mere sexual objects and vacant clothes horses on the pages of glossy fashion magazines. This 'corrupted ideal' troubles me deeply. It somehow perpetuates the flawed notion that women will never be leaders. It's time to correct history’s misguided path. I fundamentally believe that we need women in positions of leadership. We are supposed to live in a time of great enlightenment – yet, we still have a moral mountain to climb. Of all the world leaders I have photographed, only a mere handful were women. What's that about?? The women I photographed in the Democratic Republic of Congo had seen the darkest corners of humanity, yet they had the truest of hearts. They were courageous and inspiring, and they taught me so much about leadership. Each day they would whisper to me 'FEMME FORTE.' I want to see young women expressing power and strength in our western media. If fashion is an aspirational ideal, then thats a good enough channel for me to work with. I am proud to present my latest collaboration with Garage Magazine. It's a 20 page portfolio showcasing the world's most celebrated models and fashion collections. These inspirational young women are powerful influencers in today's society, and it was an honor to photograph each and every one. This was a POWER PARTY. Showcasing great talent, I was also thrilled to work with Phoebe Arnold, the new and super talented Garage fashion director, as well as the creative forces of Pat McGrath's makeup team and Ashley Javier, the hairstylist. We present young women of power. To the Harvey Weinstein's of the world – RUN AND HIDE…”

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Re-Edition shows us what it’s got

You’ve already seen some, but probably not all. So here’s some more, thank you very much, and it’s good (if not great, with contributors that have names that end with Schorr, Dufort, McDean–lots of McDean–Weir and others). Re-Edition Magazine has become the mag to beat for niche recesses of fashion that are still capital F. It’s never a bore! See our preview below and see models like Kiki Willems, Alek Wek, Elsa Sjokvist and others in action.

Images courtesy of Re-Edition.


Eliza Douglas by Collier Schorr | Stylist Jo Barker

By Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova

Elsa Sjokvist by Johnny Dufort | Stylist Lotta Volkova

Alek Wek by Talia Chetrit | Stylist Jodie Barnes

Natalie Westling by Craig McDean | Stylist Vanessa Reid

Natalie Westling by Craig McDean | Stylist Vanessa Reid

Kate Moss by Craig McDean

Amber Valletta by Craig McDean


Eliza Douglas by Collier Schorr | Stylist Jo Barker

Alek Wek by Talia Chetrit | Stylist Jodie Barnes


Elsa Sjokvist by Johnny Dufort | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Kiki Willems by Angelo Pennetta | Stylist Camille Bidault Waddington

Document’s impressive latest brings out the best, again

How much great content is too much? The answer is easy, there’s never enough. But not everyone can do it like Document Journal does. Many cool covers means many more pages. What’s that? Seven covers? All by names you already know (and probably love). So it gets even better on the inside. Extra leg room lets contributing names like Ghertner, Weir, Mert and Marcus, Sion, Sorrenti, Mckenna, Bush, Coddington, Ethridge, Spencer, Richardson, Vandeperre really stretch out and yield lots and lots. Below is just a bit.

Images courtesy of Document Journal.


Selena Forrest by Zoe Ghertner | Stylist Grace Coddington

Kris Grikaite by Harley Weir | Stylist Alice Goddard

Ansley Gulielmi by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Rianne van Rompaey by Theo Sion | Stylist Joe McKenna

Jolie Alien by Mario Sorrenti | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Mariam de Vinzelle by Richard Bush | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Daan Duez by Willy Vanderperre | Stylist Olivier Rizzo

By Nan Goldin | Stylist Clare Byrne

Léa Julian and Sarah Berger by Brianna Capozzi | Stylist Delphine Danhier

Eliza Kallmann by Zoe Ghertner | Stylist Grace Coddington

Faretta by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Lily McMenamy by Johnny Dufort | Stylist Robbie Spencer

Daan Duez by Willy Vanderperre | Stylist Olivier Rizzo

Kgothi Iman by Pieter Hugo | Stylist Anders Solvsten Thomsen

Kris Grikaite by Harley Weir | Stylist Alice Goddard

Tessa Bruinsma by Richard Bush | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Rose Daniels by Stef Mitchell | Stylist Ron Burton III

Léa Julian by Terry Richardson | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Rianne van Rompaey by Theo Sion | Stylist Joe McKenna

Jolie Alien by Mario Sorrenti | Stylist Sarah Richardson

Skylar Tartz by Roe Ethridge | Stylist Jodie Barnes