Violet, Issue 5

$20.00 CAD

Uniting internationally established women in the fashion and creative communities, Violet invites the most talented and highly sought-after female photographers, stylists, editors, artists and writers in the world to collaborate and make each issue of Violet a landmark. The Violet book is published biannually out of the United Kingdom. 

Issue highlights: The Beginners; I'm All the Fishes in the Sea: the inner stillness of Gaby Hoffman; The Peace of Wild Things: since the 80s, Katherine Hamnett's bold aesthetic has championed a moral consciousness; Party of Special Things To Do; What I Am Is What I Am: director Sarah Kernochan's career is woven from many strands; Other Girls: an ode to female friendship; All This Panic: Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton's first film is an intimate portrait of teenage girls growing up in New York City; My Mother: Flo Morrissey asks her mum about feminism, family and finding your inner compass; All We Ever Look For: Melanie Lynskey - funny, heartbreaking, vulnerable and brave; Memories: from Moscow to the Black Sea; Through the Veil; Modern Girl: warm, thoughtful, brave and clever, Sarah Silverman is all soul, no stereotype; The Artist; Deep in their Roots, All Flowers Keep the Light; I'd Like to Tell My Story, Before I Turn Into Gold; The Last Living Rose; She Steps on the Moon; Preface to Tropic of Cancer; Our Steps Will Always Rhyme: there is no determined model for making a family, and much more!

8.5 x 11.25", 261 pages

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