The enigmatic Shygirl, the new name on London’s underground music scene; the confessions of Gus Van Sant, who shot seven films for Gucci in Rome; a portrait of Riccardo Tisci, artistic director at Burberry, who constantly revisits the DNA of the house; Emir Taha, the young Turkish man delivering his melting-pot R’n’B; an interview with Tahar Rahim, starring in the film The Mauritanian, in the running at the Oscars; the gruesome paintings of Bulgarian artist Oda Jaune; the details of the incredible 1956 exhibition “This is Tomorrow;” the free film courses that the director Ladj Ly started offering at the Kourtrajmé school; the Ghanaian painter Amoako Boafo, the art world’s hottest arrival; an encounter with the great gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin and his new site in Paris; an extraordinary portfolio of photographs from NASA’s space missions; and fashion shoots by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Koto Bolofo, Tim Richardson, Mark Seliger, Lee Wei Swee, Boo George, and Colin Solal Cardo.
- Shygirl, a rising star in London’s underground music scene, is featured alongside Gus Van Sant’s confessions on shooting seven films for Gucci in Rome, showcasing the intersection of fashion and film.
- Riccardo Tisci, artistic director at Burberry, is highlighted for his continuous reinterpretation of the house’s DNA, reflecting his influential role in shaping the brand’s identity.
- The magazine covers a diverse range of artists, including Emir Taha, a young Turkish R’n’B artist, Tahar Rahim from the film “The Mauritanian,” and Amoako Boafo, the Ghanaian painter making waves in the art world.
- Additional content includes insights into the Kourtrajmé school’s free film courses, the fleshly paintings of Bulgarian artist Oda Jaune, the historical significance of the 1956 exhibition “This is Tomorrow,” and an exploration of NASA’s space missions through an extraordinary portfolio of photographs.