215 x 275 mm, 120 pages
Founders and creative direction: Stuart Brumfitt, Julian Cirrone and Arnaud Milliquet
Editor: Stuart Brumfitt
Art director: Arnaud Milliquet/ATMA World
From editor Stuart Brumfitt (formally of Fantastic Man, i-D and The Face no less) comes Bagel, the latest tennis title to grace the magCulture shelves, focusing on the sport's 'increasing diversity, influence on fashion and participation in popular culture.' The name, as you keen fans out there will know, refers to a set ending in a 6-0 scoreline.
After a successful launch of issue zero, Bagel celebrates issue one with three different covers: rising star of British tennis Jack Draper, the moody tennis shoe scuff marks from the Paris Masters, and a sun-drenched court close-up in Echo Park, California.
Features include the fabulous personalities of women's tennis, community, tennis, and karaoke in LA's ‘least exclusive club in the world,’ and night-life royalty Mzz Kimberley playing on Buckinham Palace's royal courts and finding them lacking.