Dazed, Summer 2021
Dazed, Summer 2021
Dazed, Summer 2021
Dazed, Summer 2021
Dazed, Summer 2021
Dazed, Summer 2021
Dazed, Summer 2021

Dazed, Summer 2021

Regular price $22.50 CAD

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.

This issue sees newly appointed editor-in-chief Ibrahim Kamara at its helm, alongside executive editorial director Lynette Nylander, marking a fresh era for Dazed.

Issue highlights: Harlem, Early 90s –– up close and personal in NYC: photographer Katsu Naito offers a keyhole in to the city he fell in love with in seconds; Inspiration in Isolation –– Ibrahim Kamara and Lynette Nylander go back and forth on the issue's Global vs Local manifesto, the future of Dazed, and the vaccine cover story that crystallizes our collective moment; Heritage Wear –– Bulgaria, China the Cayman Islands, Argentina, Sudan: a new wave of local designers are bringing their influences to the global stage; Meet Outdoors: photographs by Luna Conte and fashion by Imruh Asha; Digital Euphoria –– From Minecraft DJ sets to digital drugs, we found fun in new dimensions over lockdown; Hands On –– Meet the New York creatives chasing human touch, and taking their sweet, sweet time to master a craft; In Orbit –– In Guatemala City, Cape Town and Saigon, we spotlight the new youth collectives fighting stigmas, feeling the noise and bringing the joy; From Ghana With Love –– Accra's Alex Kofi Donkor on the fight for the future of LGBTQ+ space, and the battle for queer rights across Africa; Future Proof –– Selected for the all new Dazed 100, these creative risk-takers are bringing vital ideas to a brave new world; Outta Sight: photographs by Nicole Heiniger and fashion by George Krakowiak; The Revolution Will Be Digitized –– VPNs, Zoombombs and video game marches: when IRL activism slowed down last year, protestors found new ways to raise revolutionary hell online; Virtually Yours: photography by Will Scarborough, fashion by Claudia Sinclair and illustrations by Jake Bisley; Move It: photography by Rafael Pavarotti and fashion by Ibrahim Kamara; Marcus Rashford, In His Own Words –– The England football star and political firebrand writes an ode to the world-changing potential of community action; Cue The Future: photography by Paolo Roversi and fashion by Ibrahim Kamara; Street Life: photography by Ethan James Green and fashion by Akeem Smith; Zola –– A tweet, a strip club, and all-American odyssey: Zola co-stars Taylour Paige and Riley Keogh on the viral thread that became the trip of the summer; Touch It: photography by Hugo Comte and fashion by Patti Wilson; Sonic Youth –– Meet the noisemakers meshing genres and breaking new ground, all around the world; Hello World: photography by Carlijn Jacobs and fashion by Imruh Asha; Anglophilia: photography by Esther Theaker and fashion by Claudia Sinclair; Guangzhou Boys: photography by Leslie Zhang, fashion by Ibrahim Kamara and Austin Feng; Nigeria Now –– The protestors, organizers and earth-shakers behind End Sars, Nigeria's biggest youth uprising in a decade, on what's next for African activism; Bound To: photography by Thue Nørgaard and fashion by Jacob K; Global Local: photography by Rafael Pavarotti and fashion by Ibrahim Kamara; Martine Syms: "Slip" –– The first of a new section called Dazed Gallery, the multi-disciplinarian offers fresh glimpses from her dedicated dystopia, "SLIP"; Six Degrees of Separation –– Cosmically connected via the six degrees of separation, Black Curriculum founder Lavinya Stennett selects revolutionary voices from Black British history, and so much more!

9 x 12", 264 pages


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