Document S/S 2019 features six captivating covers by David Sims and Karl Templer, Willy Vanderperre and Olivier Rizzo, Mario Sorrenti and Sarah Richardson, Ryan McGinley and Kim Jones, Richard Bush and Hedi Slimane, and Alasdair McLellan and Mauricio Nardi
Conversations feature the preeminent voices in arts and culture including discussions between... Read More
Conversations feature the preeminent voices in arts and culture including discussions between Dior’s Kim Jones and Apple’s Jony Ive, New York Times critics Parul Sehgal and Teju Cole, rapper Noname and actor Lakeith Stanfield, camp icon John Waters and literary legend Edmund White, designer Hiroshi Fujiwara and artist Takashi Murakami, artists Ron Athey and Slava Mogutin, chefs José Andés and Samin Nosrat, and Matthew Williams of 1017 ALYX 9SM and model and DJ Sita Abellán. Articles reveal the hidden struggles of climate change in Louisiana and British Columbia, the issue continues with a 26-page photo series by Laurence Ellis, accompanied by a gripping essay by Nathaniel Rich. Articles also include a personal account emphasizing comedy’s importance to democracy in the age of outrage by Jena Friedman; Bob Morris enlists the voices of Hilton Als, Michael Musto and Vince Aletti in his guide through the untold history of New York’s iconic Village Voice; and the case for a much needed update on the law that governs space by Becky Ferreira. Artist portfolios include original works by Vivian Suter, Tschabalala Self, Carmen Winant, Ming Smith, and the late Garry Winogrand. Fashion portfolios showcase stories by David Sims and Karl Templer, Willy Vanderperre and Olivier Rizzo, Mario Sorrenti and Sarah Richardson, Alasdair McLellan and Mauricio Nard, Liz Johnson Artur and Jodie Barnes, Richard Bush and Hedi Slimane, Chris Rhodes and Shawn Lakin, Theo Wenner, Danielle Neu and Alice Goddard, Brett Lloyd and Camille Bidault-Waddington, Ryan McGinley and Kim Jones, and Thomas Lohr and Alice Lefons.