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Katherine Waterston has become a reliable source for a variety of directors looking to infuse their characters with a visceral complexity, a nuanced humanity, that’s difficult to find elsewhere. It’s the reason why an astounding list of filmmakers have chosen her for their projects — cinematic powerhouses like Ridley Scott, Paul Thomas Anderson, Steven Soderbergh, and Danny Boyle. Interview by Max Berlinger, photography by Magnus Magnusson and styling by Martina Nilsson.
She’s garnered a reputation playing characters who are free spirited and sensual, her résumé stocked with pleasure-seekers and rebels. In her new film Wonder Wheel, Juno Temple gives one of the year’s most captivating performances, proving why the actress’ star is continually on the rise. Interview by Max Berlinger. Juno Temple is photographed by Magnus Magnusson. Fashion by Tiffani Chynel
It was a frosty day. John took his dog Max for a walk in the woods behind his house. After a rainy week with thunderstorms, the temperature had dropped below zero, leaving a silver coating of ice crystals on the leaves. It was 1988 and John had retired from his job as a police officer in northern Sweden. This morning, the cold sharpened his edges. The dog was obsessively sticking his nose into what looked like a stack of hay. He called out for Max. But when the dog refused to listen, John walked over.
Mercedes-Benz Stockholm Fashion Week took place last week. It's a growing event that showcases the handful of mostly independent designers that characterize Stockholm. A majority of the brands in the line-up started out in the 21th century and that's sort of the magic of Swedish fashion. You could expect these young designers to make their own rules and be experimental, but generally they don't want to challenge the fashion world, they want to blend in. Fashion up north is straightforward and based on an indestructible pillar: simplicity.
Antony, Royston and Christian. Three brothers sharing an immense attraction for music, a disconcerting and genetic sense of humor, and mostly, a beautiful face as it can be rare to find in Leeds, Nothern England. Antony and Royston, the oldest ones, are the creators of the illustrious band Spacehog and the 3 of them leads Arckid. It is only when they are reunited that you can see their great differences through the resemblance. Editor Sophie Caby asked 3 ingenious questions where the lads answered with an endearing sensitivity and consistent humor.