"It should be visceral and exciting. It should be a dramatic experience. It should be thrilling."*

The Chap #61

Posted: Februar 29th, 2012 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Fashion, Style | 12 Comments »

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eat me #2

Posted: August 26th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Culture, Food & Drink, Style | 16 Comments »

RIP IT, READ IT, COOK IT, EAT IT…

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The Daily Pantry LTD
Eat Me Office
40 Holland Park
London, W11 3RP

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Eat Me is an independent food publication with the central aim of exploring the relationship between food, style and culture. The Eat Me team consists of a creative collective that includes writers, artists and designers from a diverse array of backgrounds.

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Men’s File #3

Posted: August 15th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Man, Style | 24 Comments »

IN ISSUE 03: Hotrod Jalopies // Vitage Bicycles // Tweed & Navy // Falcon Motorcycles // Old Skool Mountaineering // Miami Moderne Architecture // Rin Tanaka // Double RL // Merino Super Wool // Jamel Shabazz // San Onofre //.

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A modern magazine tracing the roots of style. ’Revival is not so much about looking backwards as attempting to create a new and different future from that offered by the market, consumerism and mainstream aesthetics. It seems to me [ and I must be forgiven if I am wrong ] that few of us in retro and revival culture would wish to go back to the moral and technological straight-jacket of the mid-twentieth century. If my interpretation is shared by any of our readers they will understand when I say there has been so much that is good discarded from the Post-war period and we simply desire to correct those mistakes. In other words there never was a need for all cars to become characterless air-conditioned boxes, hermetically sealed so that a perfectly good wrench [ that helped take man to the moon ] will no longer even remove the engine cover. Or for clothing to be made so that it falls to pieces after a few weeks or for that matter for grown men to style themselves as a cross between an urban surfer and a boy-band front man just to please their girlfriends [ there I go airing my pet hates again! ].

Quality is subjective and hearing a non re-mastered Gene Vincent of [ for our French readers ] Jacques Brel coming directly from vinyl, even through a Dansette, hits all the right notes and feels somehow, more real or [ dare I say ] authentic than coming through an i-Pod, as clever as they are. I can’t say why, it just feels more like being there – whatever that means. — Sydney Schaffer, Editor-in-Chief

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The Gentlewoman #1 Spring/Summer

Posted: April 6th, 2010 | Author: dk | Filed under: Fashion, Style | 15 Comments »

THE PREMIER ISSUE of The Gentlewoman features in-depth interviews with designer Phoebe Philo of Céline, architect Kazuyo Sejima of SANAA, artist Jenny Holzer, winemaker Sara Pérez and DJ Princess Julia, as well as fantastic fashion series by renowned photographers such as David Sims, Alasdair McLellan, Willy Vanderperre, Liz Collins, Daniel Riera, and Benjamin Alexander Huseby.

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The Gentlewoman
60 Great Eastern Street
Studio 1
London EC2A 3QR
United Kingdom

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The Gentlewoman is a new biannual style magazine for a new decade. Featuring inspirational, international women, it pairs ambitious journalism with a sartorial and intelligent perspective on fashion that is focused on personal style – the way women actually look, think and dress.

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Paradis #5

Posted: September 21st, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Beauty, Culture, People, Photography, Politics, Style, Technology | 8 Comments »

Jürgen Teller, Mario Sorrenti, Sarah Lucas und Julian Simmons, Terry Richardson, David Hockney, SANAA und Kenneth Anger. 

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Paradis
5, rue d’Aboukir
75002 Paris
France
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Paradis is a magazine for the contemporary man.
The contemporary man requires an international mix of thought, beauty, culture, sex, politics, style, technology and money. And in today’s world of throwaway gossip about throwaway celebrities, we’ re so often left wanting a little substance.
Paradis offers the contemporary man a wealth of information, entertainment, history and fantasy. Created by the world’s most astute writers and refined image-makers, Paradis is the magazine that’s designed to last more than the obligatory fifteen minutes.


The cheap, frivolous hit is, sadly, everywhere. Through its lengthy articles and elegant portfolios showcasing the best in erotica, art and photography. Paradis is about the value of timeless luxery.
In a world that’s lost ist mind, contemporary men opt for Paradis.
Paradis is a twice-yearly magazine published in seperate french and english editions.

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VISIONAIRE #56 SOLAR

Posted: Mai 4th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Design, Economy, Photography, Style | 12 Comments »

Watch this issue of VISIONAIRE transform before your eyes! Using the latest printing technology, under normal indoor light, you can enjoy an all white slip-case that houses a board-bound book featuring all-white embroidery on the cover and black & white photography inside. Now, walk outside and expose the issue to direct sunlight. Watch the case, and emboidery, and photographs transform into color. CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS include YOKO ONO, JOHN BALDESSARI, UGO RONDINONE, INEZ van LAMSWEERDE & VINOODH MATADIN, MARIO SORRENTI, ROE ETHRIDGE, M/M (Paris), ALEX KATZ, RICHARD PHILLIPS, OLAF BREUNING, PETER LINDBERGH, RYAN McGINLEY, RICHARD BURBRIDGE and GLEN LUCHFORD.

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VISIONAIRE
11 Mercer street
New York, NY 10013
USA
press@visionaireworld.com
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VISIONAIRE is a multi-format album of fashion and art produced in exclusive numbered limited editions. Since its inception in the spring of 1991, VISIONAIRE has offered a forum for works by both famous and emerging artists from around the world as well as personalities, fashion designers, art directors and image-makers. 

Published 3 times a year, VISIONAIRE features a different theme and format with each issue. Artists work in collaboration with VISIONAIRE to produce their personal interpretations on a theme and are given unparalleled freedom to push VISIONAIRE’s original formats.

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GEIL MAGAZINE #1 - Spring/Summer 2009

Posted: März 25th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Style | 14 Comments »

The New International Man’s Style Magazine. Alles, was Männer aus den Bereichen Mode, Musik, Autos und dergleichen interessiert. 

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Geil Publications UG
Danzigerstr. 153
10407 Berlin
Deutschland
Fon: +49 - (0)30 - 381 30 00

How to get it
Die erste Ausgabe ist seit dem 24.März im Handel erhältlich und erscheint von nun an halbjährlich.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Geil Magazine, ein Modemagazin für den Mann. Die Themen reichen von Grooming über Kunst, Shopping darf natürlich nicht fehlen, ebenso wenig interessante Spielereien für das Kind im Mann. Reise und Lifestyle-Themen runden das Heft ab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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10magazine #30 / spring 2009

Posted: Februar 24th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Beauty, Fashion, Style | 13 Comments »

SUN // FUN // 90s // FROX // PLASTIC // CLAW

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10 Magazine
ZAC Publishing Limited
3 Lower John Street
London W1F 9DX

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Since the inception of 10 Magazine in 2001, I have strived to create an unashamedly inspirational, luxury fashion and beauty magazine. 10 Magazine offers an unrivalled environment for the fashion industry’s most creative and respected photographers and stylists to exist and provides them with a platform in which they can truly indulge and evolve their ideas. The writers contributing to 10 Magazine are a veritable “who’s who” from within the fashion press, and range from global broadsheet newspaper writers to bestselling authors.10 Magazine is now also a globally successful magazine, following the launch of 10 Russia. The clamour for all things luxurious and beautiful is at its height in Russia, and so the magazine was an instant success.
My aim from the outset was to create a quarterly magazine that showcased the spring, summer, autumn and winter trends within an unparalleled environment, always striving to be unique. And now, the summer and winter issues also capture the key trends in the evergrowing cruise and pre-collection fashions.
In a market oversaturated with celebrity obsession, I have always maintained a focus on fashion that is shot beautifully and supplemented with exclusive interviews, groundbreaking editorial features and powerful, opinionated journalism. This has resulted in 10 Magazine becoming the most renowned voice in the world of fashion and luxury.10 Magazine is an independent, free-thinking and credible luxury fashion magazine among a plethora of formulaic, celebrity-obsessed publications. It has therefore become the most revered title in the directional market-place today and will remain at the forefront of the fashion world for many years to come. - Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou (Editor-In-Chief)

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AD Architectural Digest (D) #3/09

Posted: Februar 23rd, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Architecture, Design, Style | 23 Comments »

STYLE DIGEST: 33 Gründe, die USA auch ästhetisch neu zu sehen: von gestickter Landeskunde bis zum Lincoln Center // ARCHITEKTUR: Das andere Camp David: An der Chesapeake Bay hat David Jameson ein Ferienhaus aus Pavillons gebaut // KULTHAUS:  T. C. Boyle wohnt in einer Architekturikone von Frank Lloyd Wright. Eine Liebeserklärung // STIL IKONE: Stanford White war der Stararchitekt des Gilded Age // KUNST: Der Malerdenker Mark Tansey. Im Digest: Sol LeWitt // AD TECHNIK:  25 Jahre Mac: die Erfolgsformel des Apple-Designs // STERLING COOPER: Die US-Serie „Mad Men“ lässt in einer Werbeagentur  die Sixties absolut authentisch wiederauferstehen. 

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AD Architectural Digest
Beatrice Bergner
Unter den Linden 10
10117 Berlin

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1920 The Architectural Digest is founded as a Southern California annual. 1975 Paige Rense named editor-in-chief and sets out to remake the magazine in the tradition of European art books with a focus on decorating, decorators and their clients. Circulation: 50,000.

1976 Inception of Architectural Digest Visits, featuring stories on celebrities and their homes. The first of such articles includes Gore Vidal in Italy, Truman Capote in Bridgehampton, Julia Child in Cambridge, Joan Crawford in New York, Ingrid Bergman in France and Robert Redford in New York. Circulation: 200,000.

Dec. 1981 An 18-page cover story on President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan at the White House is published. AD Italy, Architectural Digest’s first international issue, is published. Other foreign editions follow, including AD France, AD Germany, AD Russia, AD Japan and AD Mexico. 1990 The AD 100, Architectural Digest’s international directory of top designers and architects, is published for the first time.
1991 The AD 100: Architects, Architectural Digest’s international directory of top architects, is published for the first time. Circulation: 653,000.
1993 Architectural Digest, along with Bon Appetit (of which Paige Rense was founding editor) bought by Condé Nast from Knapp Publishing.

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Acne Paper #7 Autumn 08

Posted: Februar 9th, 2009 | Author: dk | Filed under: Art, Culture, Fashion, Style | 11 Comments »

CONTRIBUTORS: Johanna Agerman, Christian Barbe, Kay Barron, Jacob Brown, Richard Burbridge, Xerxes Cook, Roxane Danset, Philippe Farcy, Haidee, Finlay-Levin, Nan Goldin, Finn Graff, Geir Haraldseth, Ralf Häuser, Daniel Jackson, Katerina Jebb, Vincent Juillerat, Serge Leblon, Christoffer Lundman, Monica Stucky-Schürer, Peter McNeil, Lisa Naftolin, Jonas Raam, Anna Rapp Buri, Anna Sjödahl, Nicho Söderling, Karin Ström, Vivian Sheihing.

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39 rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie
75004 Paris
France
Telephone +33 1 44 78 67 00
Fax +33 1 44 78 67 01
contact@acnepaper.com

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Each issue of Acne Paper is created around one key idea - a timeless theme that in various ways touches all those working in the creative fiels regardless of age, cultural background or social status. In an eclectic yet coherent mix of portrait, fashion and art photography as well as interviews, memoirs and prose the editorial narrative aims to unite artistic minds of all generations. It pays tribute to past luminaries whilst still keeping a firm grip on the present, evoking something timeless, something nostalgic yet refreshingly modern. By moving effortlessly between high and popular culture Acne Paper is a glamorous and intelligent magazine celebrating personality, authenticity and style.

Acne Paper is published twice a year by ACNE and is a collaboration between Acne Jeans, Acne Film, Acne Digital and Acne Creative.

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