Another Man Magazine 30 - 1

Another Man #30

HIGH ART POP CULTURE

£6.99

The Summer/Autumn 2020 Another Man Issue 30 is guest edited by Jo-Ann Furniss and features Jake Gyllenhaal photographed in New York, February 2020, by Alasdair McLellan.

Fronted by Jake Gyllenhaal, the Summer/Autumn 2020 ‘High Art Pop Culture’ issue is dedicated to Jo-Ann Furniss’ heroes – from Miuccia Prada and Don... ​​Read More

The Summer/Autumn 2020 Another Man Issue 30 is guest edited by Jo-Ann Furniss and features Jake Gyllenhaal photographed in New York, February 2020, by Alasdair McLellan.

Fronted by Jake Gyllenhaal, the Summer/Autumn 2020 ‘High Art Pop Culture’ issue is dedicated to Jo-Ann Furniss’ heroes – from Miuccia Prada and Don McCullin, to Sterling Ruby and Rick Owens. “[This issue] mainly features people I have worked with, interviewed and known over the years, many of whom are my friends and most of whom are my great heroes – they are the reason I work in magazines and the fashion industry in the first place,” she writes in her introduction to the issue. “All of them I think also say something about the here and now: the 20s. They are all icons of High Art Pop Culture.”

Also in this issue...

An interview with Miuccia Prada by Furniss, who describes the designer as her “supreme heroine”.

A spotlight on the legendary photographer Don McCullin, who shares the stories behind his most personally significant pictures

An interview with artist, Raf Simons collaborator and now designer-in-his-own-right, Sterling Ruby, by Furniss, who travels to his high-walled studio complex in Los Angeles to meet him.

A piece written – and illustrated – by the designer Rick Owens, who recounts a morning watching movies on TV in his grey, crumbling concrete bedroom in Paris; specifically, films starring and produced by the Russian actress Alla Nazimova, found in the basement of his childhood home in Porterville, California.

An interview with one of the defining cultural innovators of the 21st century, Bryan Ferry, by Tim Blanks, who is a notorious Roxy Music fan.

An audience with Peter Saville, without whom, Furniss says, many people in the creative industries would not exist.

A feature by legendary pop critic Paul Morley, who gives ten possible answers to the question: “What did I think of Fontaines D.C.?”

Another portrait by Alasdair McLellan, this time of Blondey McCoy, who is styled in the A/W20 Prada collection by Olivier Rizzo.

An excerpt from Douglas Coupland, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Shumon Basar’s new book, The Extreme Self, which the trio describe as “a new kind of graphic novel about what happened to you from 2016 to right now”.

A shoot by Willy Vanderperre and Olivier Rizzo

Photographs by the brilliant Mario Sorrenti, who captures Sterling Ruby’s world, with Ruby himself on styling duty and dressing his team in his designs.

A portfolio of rare and unseen images from The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive

A piece on Beaton by Mark Simpson, who charts the photographer’s journey from Bright Young Thing and documenter of London’s lost generation of the 20s to a documenter of a new generation who would lose their lives in the Second World War.

A spotlight on the A/W20 1017 Alyx 9SM collection, photographed by Marvin Leuvrey, styled by Lotta Volkova and with art direction from OK-RM – along with an interview with Matthew Williams by Furniss, who says he was always destined to be a significant designer.

23 x 30 cm
Softcover
320 pages
Spring/Summer 2020
English
ISSN 1746-7713
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