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Photography by Magnus Magnusson and fashion by Robert Rydberg.
What’s in the box? The new print issue of Contributor is here! Instead of a conventional format, we continue to package the magazine in a box. Inside you’ll find a selection of large prints. The theme that runs through this collection of photography, interviews and essays is “escape”. Because fashion has always provided space for fantasy.
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
Photography by Jouke Bos and fashion by Alex Van Der Steen.
Photography by Paolo Azarraga fashion by Monika Tatalovic.
Together with Absolut we created a new kind of event, where local artists interpret the idea of “orobouros” and how that can transform into art, design and music. The local artists are artist Pella Kågerman, the designer Collective Klaun and the band Tussilago.
Cory Kennedy Photographed by Aysha Banos and fashion by Philip Gomez. Click for details.
Nothing disturbs us more than our own bodies. Their tendency to break down, their weird smells and shapes, the inevitability that they will decline and eventually decompose and disappear. Nietzsche described it as the root of ugliness. “What does man hate?” he asked, ready with a catalog of the body’s potential failures: heaviness, exhaustion, convulsions, paralysis – the smell, color and form of decomposition. “There is no doubt about this: man hates the twilight of his own type.” By Julie Cirelli
“We were called the Antwerp Six because the English press didn’t know how to pronounce our names. We showed our work together in London in the 1980s and it had an impact on how we were perceived. It would be impossible to reproduce this now.” Interview by Philippe Pourhashemi and photography by Julien Claessens.