Dazed features fashion, art, culture and music, with exclusive interviews, photo stories and innovative projects involving today's most exciting musicians, designers, writers, thinkers and artists, with contributors from all over the globe. United Kingdom.
In the issue: Glue Skateboards – Drop In: the collective that's queering NYC's straight-heavy skateparks; Hyperpop – The young stars of the internet's most infuriating music genre come alone, together; You Got Your Memes In My Dystopia! – Twenty years on from Takashi Murakami's influential show, is the world finally super flat?; Out of This World – artwork by Mitrilo; Garrett Bradley – Lensed by her partner, the Time director and Sundance winner reflects on the power of film to prise truth from myth; No Signal – Out of lockdown came one of 2020's biggest success stories: a post-pirate radio station riffing off virality; Confused News – More news from nowhere; Habibi Collective – A guest-edit for navigating the future of film by the radical curatorial platform for global women's filmmaking; Thuso Mbedu – History in the unmaking: the South African star hits the small screen in Barry Jenkins' adaptation of The Underground Railroad; Lancey Foux – The London rapper and Skepta collaborator explains his mutant creative manifesto and new sci-fi alter ego; Gossip Girl – Meet the crew radically reframing a quintessentially 2010s show. Plus, a fantasy fiction set ten years in the future; Indya Moore – Sativa or indica? Friends and collaborators ask the Pose star for their views on anything - from the future of the justice system to the most appealing super powers; and so much more!