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Find the magic. Feel the heat! From the pop world’s number one crush to Ryan McGinley’s girls of New York, the new issue of Dazed brings together culture’s brightest and boldest agenda-setters set to make this summer look and sound like nothing you’ve ever seen. Reflecting on the world-wielding success of his debut album, Zayn Malik is lensed by Collier Schorr in his most revealing shoot and interview yet; genre-defying actress and artist India Menuez leads the charge of Ryan McGinley’s special portfolio of female creatives; and Dutch model of the moment Yasmin Wijnaldum is wide awake in Viviane Sassen’s dreamland.
On the covers Zayn Malik: The sexy slow-burn of his debut album Mind of Mine told the world who Zayn Malik really was. But when you’re this generation’s most closely watched, jealously obsessed-over 23-year- old, any sudden move goes stratospheric. Shot by Collier Schorr, the shoot features a limited edition poster. India Menuez: Leading a portfolio of creatives curated by New York’s visual dreamer Ryan McGinley, the artist, model and muse- turned-actress discusses how creative freedom is as much about making opportunities for your female peers as it is staking a claim for yourself. Yasmin Wijnaldum: Viviane Sassen lends her surrealist lens to the breakout girl of the season – captured here in a sea of summertime poppies in Holland.
Further features include Ryan McGinley Portfolio: From SZA to Frankie Cosmos, Petra Collins to Kelsey Lu, this generation’s leading chronicler of youth captures the female creatives who know they’re better together; Genesis P-Orridge: Captured by Charlie Engman in New York, our most radical artist reflects on decades as the high priest/ess of gender fluidity; Lil Yachty: The boy with the cherryade braids discusses his meteoric rise from ATLien crash-landing to sailing into the hearts and feeds of a generation; Oliver Sim: Music’s low-key lyricist is lensed by Blommers & Schumm in a surreal Dior Homme special by the sea; Bibi Bourelly: After beating the music world’s macho hired guns at their own game, pop’s most unapologetic new voice – and Rihanna’s songwriter of choice – comes out fighting; Byron Newman: In a special art project, the photographer reveals unseen images from his time spent with a defiant community of transgender sex workers in 1980s Paris; and American Hardcore: From Odwalla88 to Ho99o9, the creatives behind Los Angeles’ DIY resurgence are bringing a hurricane of energy to LA’s scene – they’re lensed by Michael Avedon in a rare moment of quiet.
A trailblazer for emerging talent and proudly independent, Dazed magazine aims to set the cultural agenda, both on and offline.
Founded by Jefferson Hack and Rankin in 1991, Dazed is celebrating its 20th year of publication by making the entire archive of back issues available for digital subscribers.
The independent British fashion, culture and arts magazine has a strong global reputation for its groundbreaking and trendsetting editorial and its support of new generations of fashion, art, literature, photography and music talent. DazedDigital.com, their online magazine, is updated daily, hosting interactive projects, extra editorial content, exclusive music and fashion film.
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