Middle Plane Magazine 9 - 1

Middle Plane #9

£18.00

 

Middle Plane issue 9. COVER SENT AT RANDOM.

Things we are loving this summer: hosiery, rose hues, the Hollywood sign, caviar blinis, frolicking, funky eyewear. Middle Plane’s tenth instalment is here, and it’s a bumper fashion special, with plentiful style inspiration. Alessandro Furchino Capria does executive city chic in... ​​Read More

 

Middle Plane issue 9. COVER SENT AT RANDOM.

Things we are loving this summer: hosiery, rose hues, the Hollywood sign, caviar blinis, frolicking, funky eyewear. Middle Plane’s tenth instalment is here, and it’s a bumper fashion special, with plentiful style inspiration. Alessandro Furchino Capria does executive city chic in Prada, Bruce Weber takes Saint Laurent to the (sweet) East coast with our IT GIRL Talia Ryder, and Alezzio Bolzoni gets creative with a JW ANDERSON poinsettia: unseasonal yet perfectly formed.

The mood is ‘Chantilly cream, fresh strawberries and pink almond paste.’

Acclaimed sound director Michel Gaubert shares the tunes he finds unbelievably annoying, the perennially fashionable Lotta Volkova welcomes Middle Plane regular contributor Fumiko Imano to her LA home, and Judy Chicago tells Nathalie Olah her plans to change the world, in a cover story with portraits of the artist shot by the inimitable Sharna Osborne.

Inside the magazine Paul McCarthy and Seb Emina discuss the advantages of talking like a pirate, and outside the magazine Paul has created an exclusive insert featuring images from one of his *unconventional* performances.

And lastly, it is our honour and privilege to have hosted friends and admirers of the legendary Peter Saville, to participate in a collective interview and posit questions on his extraordinary career as the nation’s most influential designer.

Other contributors include Takashi Homma, Alasdair McLellan, Theo Sion, Julien Martinez Leclerc, Raf Simons, Dimitri (the world’s most stylish poodle), Bernard Sumner, Sadie Coles, Wolfgang Tillmans, Max Pearmain, Colin Dodgson, Oliver Hadlee-Pearch and many more.

24 x 31.5 cm
Softcover
368 pages
Summer/Autumn 2024
English
In Stock