HERO magazine is men's fashion and culture magazine published biannually out of the United Kingdom.
Issue highlights: Continued from The Impresario Part 1: Loewe, which appears in HEROINE 15, this issue of HERO features The Impresario Part 2: Jonathan Anderson. For some in the fashion world, Jonathan Anderson is frighteningly ambitious. They might well be right – and Anderson might well agree... In this issue he reflects on the decade that defined him, and the next phase for JW Anderson.
Also in this issue: a conversation with Asa Butterfield; photographer Ian Macdonald shares an extended, alternate edit of his seminal book Eton, where he lived and worked between 2006–2007 as artist-in-residence; Writer Simon Chilvers unravels the nuanced context of Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada’s first joint collection for Prada; Josh O’Connor speaks to young menswear designer Steven Stokey-Daley about launching a fashion brand today; Alfredo Muñoz, founder of architecture studio ABIBOO, speaks to HERO editor Alex James Taylor about his plans to build Mars' first planned settlement – set for 2054 – as part of HERO's recurring Notes on Time feature; Chris Colls and Paul Sinclaire preview the baroque dreamers of Anthony Vaccarello’s SS22 collection for Saint Laurent; Jeff Bark and John Vertin craft a cinematic, collegiate love story in Connecticut; Leonardo Veloce and Davey Sutton create modern idols in New Price; Tom Sloan and Ben Schofield get mystical on ancient British land for Lost Boy; Gro Curtis and Fabien Kruszelnicki explore clothing as armour in Cadet; Fabien Montique shoots the defining looks of SS22, and more.
9 x 12", 304 pages