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Check out Carbon Copy #15 – instant download available at theZINEstand for just £3. Our favourite issue to date…
Misa Patinski at WAM Models (out-take) features in the new release ‘Boys From Budapest’, photographed by Sam Scott Schiavo. This special 60-page Fanzine is a project by Client Magazine and Yearbook Fanzine.
The Importance of Being with Michael Morgan at Models1, photographed by Ian Cole and styled by Marie-Claude Lamb with grooming by Sandra Bermingham. Shot on the streets of North London, Michael wears a series of looks from Lou Dalton, KTZ, James Long, Richard James, Baartmans & Siegel, John Varvatos, Satyenkumar plus pieces from Dolce & Gabbana and Asher Levine. You can order Client #7 in PRINT HERE or download instantly at THE ZINE STAND.
Enjoy many familiar faces in Angels from Client #7, photographed by Sebastian Troncoso and styled by Gerard Angulo. Featuring Alexander Beck, Jakob Wiechmann, Milo Spijkers, Nikola Jovanovic, O’Shea Robertson, Baptiste Radufe, Rafa Bodgar, Alexander Johanson, Jaco Van Den Hoven, Joan Pedrola, River Viiperi & Jacob Coupe. You can order Client #7 in PRINT HERE or download instantly at THE ZINE STAND.
Our other magazine counter-part, Carbon Copy has just released 2 cheeky new covers, with an issue release on 30th August (which you can pre-order HERE). The brand new issue is now printed in the UK and 242 pages every issue – that’s a double in size.
To celebrate our expansion and 15th edition of the popular Carbon Copy Magazine, we have Teen Wolf star Colton Haynes at LA Models on the first cover by Gomillion & Leupold, whilst model Nikola Jovanovik at Traffic Models, Barcelona was photographed by Sebastian Troncoso.
“We’re excited to double the size of Carbon Copy to 242 pages, adding new features. We have a number of our regular contributors as well as some new talent and as well as our cover stars, some of the models featured include Toby Leonard, Miles McMillan, Christian Von Pfeffer, Alex Cunha, Max Rendell, Jake Hold, John Todd and many more. Plus features on Calvin Klein, Nicole Farhi, Versace, William Richard Green plus more…”
Also includes casting, model features and interviews.
Colour and b/w
297mm x 210mm
We are pleased to bring a new eBook Bundle offer, allowing a download of Issues 1-6 of Client Magazine. That’s just 83p per issue! Click HERE to find out more and download
Sunspel is a brand synonymous with luxury basics, cementing its place as one of Britain’s last remaining heritage labels since its inception in 1860. Pioneering a refined simplicity, such pieces boast a deep-rooted English style that still proves relevant to the modern male. Just as Sunspel offers understated excellence, a collaboration with a brand possessing equal influence upon the British fashion consciousness has presented itself in the form of Dr. Martens – undoubtedly one of the most identifiable names of counter-culture street wear. Two brands with such extensive histories have become likely companions, crafting a luxury polo shirt under an emblem of ‘A Partnership of Craft’. Such statements have never proven more true.
The defining features of the Dr. Martens Ox Blood 1460 have been remoulded into a classic polo shirt that simultaneously references the preppy Oxbridge elite and the skinhead roamers of Rochdale. Channelling the power of the polo as a staple piece of British style, the red leather of the infamous 1460 provides the rich merlot colouring that utterly embodies Sunspel’s finesse for subtly opulent craftmanship. The choice of Egyptian cotton smashes the age old myth that practicality and fashion do not mix, and the piece is an ideal choice for welcome (yet thoroughly uncomfortable) summer afternoons. In the same vein as the ox blood colour, trademark yellow stitching of Dr. Martens successfully translates to golden collars and cuffs: a welcome accent that dilutes an otherwise overpowering colour. Overall, this collaborative piece is a product born of unadulterated luxury, and the end result is impeccably executed with the strengths of each brand being utilised to full advantage.
Whilst Sunspel and Dr. Martens may seem polar opposites, both have formed a partnership that is flawless in effectively combining the ethos of each brand. Such flair has produced a piece that is endlessly flexible, staunchly British, and most importantly, the ultimate in wearability. A collaboration well worth the investment.’
Written by Murray Clark, Contributor for Client Magazine
This is one of our favourite editorials in Carbon Copy 14 featuring runway star Mikkel Jensen at Scoop Models by Hordur Ingason. With Makeup, Hair and Fashion Styling by Barbara Gaya at Scoop Artist – this colourful and striking editorial features looks from Emporio Armani, Tiger of Sweden, Uncommon Creatures, Jean//Phillip, Surface to Air, Prim I Am and more. Order the issue in PRINT HERE orDOWNLOAD HERE. You can also view the full issue HERE
The full issue of Carbon Copy #14 has been released for download and on issuu.com. Featuring actor Trevor Donovan by Gomillion & Leupold on a double cover with Pavel Baranov at Select by Ian Cole.
Over 120 pages we see many familiar faces including Malthe Lund Madsen, Charlie Westerberg, Pedro Bertolini, Mikkel Jensen and many more.
You may recall in March this year, Hedi Slimane took over from Stefano Pilati as Creative Director of Yves Saint Laurent in Paris. Well as part of his ‘makeover’, he is dropping ‘Yves’ and renaming the fashion house to ‘Saint Laurent Paris’. According to WWD, a spokesman for the label said “Slimane will use the house’s “original branding” in order to restore “the house to its truth, purity and essence – and taking it into a new era”, while “respecting the original principles and ideals”. The brand’s logo will also remain the same.
Back in 1966, the label was called Saint Laurent River Gauche, so although we’re used to Yves Saint Laurent, this change isn’t as drastic as it sounds. A controversial move either way.
It is reported that Slimane’s first catwalk show for Saint Laurent Paris will be unveiled during Paris Fashion Week – from September 25th, 2012.
Model / Photographer Julian Schratter punks us out with this cover for the launch issue of Yearbook Fanzine. Photographed by Torian Lewin in NYC, the Soul Artist Management model gives us a taste of his attitude. Check back for more images from the issue. Order in PRINT HERE for just £12.50 +P&P, with the bonus download version available HERE for just £2.