Dazed’s “Kindred Spirits” Won’t Fit in the Box

Dazed keeps it in the family with their Winter 2019 issue linking the kindred spirits that refuse to conform. Saoirse Ronan and Nathan Westling star on their respective covers for the indie mag not to mention four-time Special Olympics champion gymnast and promising model Chelsea Werner, who swaps out TV cameras for the more traditional kind. Breaking ground isn’t new to the model rookie as she describes, “I’ve been performing with cameras on me most of my life and because of that, I’m very comfortable in front of any camera. Gymnastics has taught me to focus for many hours.” As anticipated she’s a natural in high-fashion sports regalia with visuals captured by Ben Toms and a stellar creative crew.

Check out a preview of the issue below and be sure to pick up a copy when it hits newsstands on

Images courtesy of Dazed Magazine

There’s not much else like Marfamily, is there?


Olympia Campbell by Esther Theaker | Stylist Linda Engelhardt

With issue #5, Marfamily fully graduates itself from humble magazine to the one your mother warned you about: freethinking design, self-referential witticisms and a possibly unhinged sense of fashion. This all wrapped in cover sirens Lara Stone, Olympia Campbell, Helena Severin and Lily McMenamy who hint at what might be inside. Supposedly “conversations with actress Stacy Martin, artists Peter Halley and Lois Dodd, the female Imam Seyran Ates, and many others,” taunts the press release. Really though, there’s not much else like it, is there? See for yourself in our preview below.

Images courtesy of Marfamily


Lara Stone by Johnny Dufort | Stylist Akeem Smith


Stacy Martin by Alexandra Gordienko | Stylist Linda Engelhardt


Lily McMenamy and Alexandra Gordienko by Alexandra Gordienko


Lily McMenamy by Alexandra Gordienko

Helena Severin by Angela Hill | Stylist Alexandra Gordienko

Re-Edition contributors make their own fun, here’s pages of it

By now we know Re-Edition Magazine is not just going through “a rebellious phase.” No, by issue 12, the British publication is out of its teenage years and accountable for the actions of its contributors. That said, with names like Harley Weir, Alasdair McLellan, Max Pearmain, Collier Schorr, Lotta Volkova and the issue’s star collaboration Vivienne Westwood and Juergen Teller, all holding court––any behavior (bad or behaved) is worth watching. Say a psychedelic 50-pages from Weir and Volkova, or a visual soup of Brit counterculture cooked up by Dan Giuliani and Jo Barker or, of course, Westwood and Teller’s all caps-worthy story that screams, “STOP CLIMATE CHANGE! TELL KIDS THE TRUTH”. See our preview below:

All images courtesy of Re-Edition


Hannah Motler by Alasdair McLellan | Styled by Max Pearmain


Lorraine Kuss by Collier Schorr | Stylist Vanessa Reid


Tata by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Tata by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Lys vy Ola Rindal | Stylist Marie Chaix


The Band Kap Bambino by BFRND | Stylist: Laetittia Gimenez


Vivienne Westwood by Juergen Teller


Tata by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Tata by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


Hannah Motler by Alasdair McLellan | Styled by Max Pearmain


Lorraine Kuss by Collier Schorr | Stylist Vanessa Reid


Tata by Harley Weir | Stylist Lotta Volkova


By Dan Giuliani and Jo Barker


The Band Kap Bambino by BFRND | Stylist: Laetittia Gimenez


Sylvie by Larissa Hofmann | Stylist Francesca Burns


Maeve Whalen and Lily McMenamy by Talia Chetrit | Stylist Alice Goddard

LOVE loves Adut in the their latest, we had a look


Adut wears shirt, faux fur scarf (worn as bandeau) and rinted silk pants, all by Sies Marjan

If all this wasn’t enough, Adut adds additional editorial assets to flex her super girl status between the pages of Love Magazine‘s latest. So much fodder equals fire when it comes to year-round bookings like these, but that we knew about the Top 50, South Sudanese-Australian model. Naturally, when Love comes calling one loves to call back! See an exclusive online preview of the editorial that’s out on paper just now.

See the full shoot in LOVE Magazine Issue 22 Autumn/Winter 2019, which comes out today | thelovemagazine.co.uk

Adut Akech by Angelo Pennetta, Styling: Danny Reed for Love Magazine


Adut wears V-necked draped lace dress by Sies Marjan; denim jacket and T-shirt both stylist’s own


Adut wears ruched lace top, draped skirt and leather and crystal heel shoes, all by Sies Marjan (white leggings stylists own)


Tracee Ellis by Willy Vanderperre, Styling: Katie Grand
Tracee Ellis Ross wears tiered dress and short boots both by Marc Jacobs, beanie with feather by Stephen Jones for Marc Jacobs

Thankfully Dazed made Adut a cowgirl cover star for its autumn issue

There’s a lot to unpack in the Western “cowboy” motif, and who better to wear all those clothes than cover girl Adut Akech (you can’t throw a stone without hitting one of her ads). With their autumn 2019 issue, Dazed seeks to explore “cowboy in youth culture” and the magazine frames its pages around happenings like Lil Nas X (also with a cover), cowgirls of color and the fashion frontier. Frankly, we’re very here for it.

Adut Akech for Dazed autumn 2019, shot by Viviane Sassen and styled by Robbie Spencer, courtesy of Dazed