The 90s are clearly an inspiration all over the globe when it comes to fashion, lifestyle and general nostalgia. This editorial shot by David Mushegain for the May issue of Vogue Russia is everything that I still love about this resurgence revolution. The styling, by Olga Dunina is pretty much on point.
Photographer: David Mushegain
Stylist: Olga Dunina
Model: Tanya Katysheva
Last Fall we finished a project that has been under wraps for a while now. We are finally so excited to bring it to you. It’s that time of year where we’ve gotten our rhythm back and we’re just flooded with new ideas. “Secret Vision”, our latest editorial is included in Reykjavik Boulevard – Creative Guide, a great book showcasing artists from all around the world. Grab a copy to see more of our editorial and a interview with us.
all clothing by SECOND/LAYER
cashmere blanket by SECOND/LAYER
shirt by Field Scout, pants by Martyrs Yve
Jacket and pants by SECOND/LAYER; stylists own hat
Photography: Lauren Melanie Brown
Stylist: Cody J McCook
Model: Andrew Adams
Production: Jacob Valentin
Special thanks to Ant from SECOND/LAYER, Ally from Field Scout, and Andru from Martyrs Yve
There are so many things happening here for the end of the year. 2014 is all about moving into print for us.
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From the creators of No Thoughts Zine comes a new photo zine in collaboration with publisher, Nighted all centered around portraits of pets and their owners. What originally drew me to this zine is the Porno For Pyros song reference “Make Great Pets”. Great correlation there. People often forget that pets truly are an extension of ourselves. You might call it an alternate personality.
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This glowing new editorial for P Magazine is a hazy trip through the days when you would play hooky from school and hide away in your room when your parents went to work. P Magazine is a new publication in the form of an annual limited edition book based in Mexico. Shot by Scott Laytart and modeled by Avery Tharp, this is definitely not one to be missed.
Photography: Scott Laytart
Wardrobe Stylist: Zoe Flood
Mua/Hair: Julie Figueroa @Celestine
Model: Avery Tharp @Photogenics
Just this week Australian based magazine Monster Children, released their ten year anniversary book. Monster Children is a perfect mix of surf and skate culture, fashion, photography, illustrations, and culture. The hardback edition is a testament of it’s influence throughout the publishing world in the last ten years. This definitely ranks as a “must have” in the collections of any self respected publishing addict like yours truly. I can’t wait to get a copy of this one!
Available at monsterchildren.com
images via monsterchildren facebook
As some of you may know we started a zine called Spark about a year and a half ago. It was really just a chance to get all of our friends to come together and create this art-based zine that combined all of our creative outlets.
We’ve published 3 issues so far and we are getting ready to produce our fourth and final issue of this capsule printing project. We are in the process of creating another journey into print that will be introduced to the world in due time. For now we want YOUR work to help make this issue one of the best.
Theme: “Glow” ; this is completely up for interpretation. There are no rules!
Formats: photography (not limited to fashion), illustrations, graphic art, short stories, prose, poetry, mixed media
Deadline: November 1, 2013
Please send all work to: email@example.com
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Previous Issues available HERE!
images via pinterest
Growing up SPIN Magazine was just as, if not more important than Rolling Stone in my world. I remember vividly going to the store and getting the latest in alternative news. Last December they announced the end of their print run after 27 years to focus more on their digital properties. It makes me sad to see another piece of my childhood fall victim to the digital takeover. At least I can spend another Thursday tracking down some of my favorite cover memories.
images via google
The Quarterly, a new publication from the minds behind The Creative Book is the perfect fuel to my publishing addiction. Censorship is the theme of their inaugural issue. Exploring the idea of censorship through literature, fashion editorials, and photo sets from all over the world. It’s always interesting to see how we are censored or the perception of the idea through different mediums.
Get their first issue in PRINT and support the independent publishing scene! Use the code “GettingGrungey” for 50% off the digital edition and 1.50 off the print version!
Yes as high up as the Vogue publication itself grunge is still on the cusp of everyone’s radar. It’s almost like that period of fashion that just won’t die. Which in my case makes it pretty exciting. While yes I know that the high brow luxurious version of grunge has just about fuck all to do with the original movement, but you have to admit, it really does intrigue me to see the other side.
One of the worlds most renowned fashion photographers, Patrick Demarchelier lensed Daria Werbowy,a notorious tomboy to pull off this look for the Sept 2013 issue. What makes it even better is that fashion editor Kate Phelan combined with pieces of her own wardrobe.
Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier
Fashion Editor: Kate Phelan
Model: Daria Werbowy
Hair: Sam McKnight
Makeup: Hannah Murray
photos via visualoptimism