Holiday #388, Berlin
275 x 345 mm, 240 pages
Paris, France (English-language)
Relaunched in 2014
Editor & publisher: Franck Durand
'It is written in English, but its heart French'
The international travel and style review lets us imagine the holidays of our dreams. Relaunched by Paris-based creative director Franck Durand in 2014 after a 37-year hiatus, Holiday is a modern classic built on its '50s heyday. This issue is devoted to the German city of Berlin. Das ist cool.
Inside: French novelist Aurélien Bellanger discovers Berlin in the footsteps of Walter Benjamin, Jérôme Soligny recalls the sojourn of David Bowie in its streets, Paul-Henry Bizon describes the final days of the Bauhaus, Alban Lefranc meets Rainer Werner Fassbinder nearly 40 years after his disappearance, Max Dax and Robert Defcon deliver a unique oral history of Berlin’s techno scene in the 1990s, and Blau International’s editor-in-chief Cornelius Tittel takes us through a perfect week in his stronghold.