Lampoon, Issue 28
Lampoon, Issue 28

Lampoon, Issue 28

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Fashion and contemporary Culture. Biannual. Italy.

Issue features and contributors include: A conversation between Lampoon Editor-in-Chief and British actor James Norton in an exchange between individuals with diabetes; New Zealand dancer and choreographer Parris Goebel enters Sean Knight's lens with her sassy spirit; a narrative of Tosh Basco's artistic odyssey and the concept of metamorphosis; the fears of a surfer like Mason Hyce Barnes on the crest of the oceans' highest waves; Courrèges creative director Nicolas Di Felice: from stand by to avant-garde; Sir Paul Smith in a dialogue with the owners of Milan's Altai carpet gallery; Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec talk about technological advances, hybridization, while Humberto Campana recounts his botanic garden project as a sanctuary for preserving biodiversity; violinist Charlie Siem and architect Anne Holtrop confront each other about the sense of duty; Damien Chazelle and Justin Hurwitz chronicle their personal and professional collaboration; Silvia Venturini Fendi, Delfina Delettrez Fendi, and Leonetta Luciano Fendi gathers to speak about simplicity and legacy; visual rollercoaster Maxime Ballesteros stages Vimala Pons in a chronicle that subverts the constraints of working; Winter Vandenbrink's algid gaze lands on the architecture of Paris; a section on music workers in three chapters with respective interviews with Kim Ann Foxman photographed by Spyros Rennt, Michel Gaubert, and Pandora's Jukebox and so much more!

9.5 x 12.75", 432 pages