170 x 240 mm, 218 pages
Editor-in-chief: Anja Aronowsky Cronberg
Art directors: Sara Tamagnini and Valerio Tamagnini
Design: Studio Blanco
The original fashion critical reader is back! From the magazine’s manifesto, point one of ten: ‘All articles must relate to sartorial issues. We are interested in people’s relationship to their clothes, and fashion’s relationship to identity’.
This issue: ‘On Doubt’ includes interviews with Virgil Abloh, Tavi Gevinson and Alessandro Michele (Gucci); photography by Jack Latham and Michael Swann; essays by Mary Wang and Philippa Snow; and art by Orfeo Tagiuri.
On the Journal:
At work with Anja Aronowsky Cronberg:
‘Fashion magazines inspire me a lot, because they give me something to work against. Because the main role of fashion magazines—and this would include all from your most mainstream titles to the ones that call themselves ‘independent’—is to bolster consumption in general and the fashion industry in particular, most of what we’re served is thinly disguised propaganda.’