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Dazed Autumn 2018

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Spotlighting four of 2018’s most essential new films, the autumn issue of Dazed celebrates the new stars of outsider cinema – the misfits you can’t take your eyes off, whose path is proudly their own.

Heading up two of our five covers,

Leave No Trace’s Isaiah Stone is captured by... ​​Read More

Spotlighting four of 2018’s most essential new films, the autumn issue of Dazed celebrates the new stars of outsider cinema – the misfits you can’t take your eyes off, whose path is proudly their own.

Heading up two of our five covers,

Leave No Trace’s Isaiah Stone is captured by Ben Toms in a shoot reflecting his rise as a star of the new Hollywood realism.

Also fronting the issue, Jaden Smith trips out in front of Roe Ethridge’s lens alongside the all-female cast of Skate Kitchen;

Jack Kilmer channels his Lords of Chaos role as a doomed metal-head in a dark shoot by Casper Sejersen; and Helena Howard reveals the strange magic that made her the beguiling lead in Madeline’s Madeline in a shoot by Brianna Capozzi.

The Covers:

Jaden Smith in Skate Kitchen: The Hollywood wunderkind is an honorary member of the Skate Kitchen, Crystal Moselle’s gripping coming-of-age fable about the real-life all-female skate crew

Isaiah Stone in Leave No Trace: Fresh from his part in Debra Granik’s latest, the midwesterner reveals how he became the only actor to cross the Cannes croisette who knows how to skin a squirrel

Helena Howard in Madeline’s Madeline: Ahead of her starring role in Josephine Decker’s dark psychodrama, the young screen prodigy talks tears, trauma and literal spirit animals

Jack Kilmer in Lords of Chaos: The American actor uncovers a trail of blood and burnt churches in Jonas Åkerlund’s darkly comic new film about 90s Norway’s black metal scene – co-starring Sky Ferreira and Rory Culkin

The Features:

Tommy Cash: Following up his appearance on the runway, the Estonian hip-hop heretic gets his freak on in a Rick Owens SS19 special

Dapper Dan: From a life on the hustle in Harlem to his debut collection with Gucci, the gangster style icon reveals why he’ll always have an ear to the streets

Comme des Garçons: Paolo Roversi shoots for the moon in an AW18 tribute to the stellar ambition of Rei Kawakubo

SOAIF: Meet Ezra Miller, Lilah Larson and Josh Aubin – the politically powered trio using the power of music to amplify all voices

South Central: Steeped in magic and ritual, a new group of Latinx artists from LA looks over the border for inspiration Dolores Haze: Serving killer pop hooks with flawless looks,

Dolores Haze are the Stockholm punks gunning for global fame – and lame guys with guitars

School of Art: Recalling tales of Blair, Britpop and battered Ford Fiestas, photographer Matthew Finn shares tender stills from the golden age of the British art school

Love: Author Dizz Tate’s dizzy-making tale of teenage romance in the shopping aisles continues our literary section


Dazed is a 100% independent British fashion and culture magazine, with a reputation for ground-breaking photography and agenda setting editorial. Founded in 1992, it has since grown to be one of the most well-renowned alternative fashion magazine titles in the world.

Softcover
176 pages
Autumn 2018
English
Dazed is a 100% independent British fashion and culture magazine, with a reputation for ground-breaking photography and agenda setting editorial. Founded in 1992, it has since grown to be one of the most well-renowned alternative fashion magazine titles in the world.