No. 17 showcases the true hybrid character of ZOO Magazine, featuring an eclectic mix of today’s cutting-edge talent in the worlds of fashion, cinema, art, design and music. The highlights of ZOO Magazine no. 17 include four exclusive shoots and interviews with Europe’s finest cinematic talents. Philip Gay profiles French actor Pascal Greggory the way he is: a man of many faces. Multi-talented Lou Doillon, who features on this month’s cover, talks about acting, modeling, designing and what it’s like having famous parents. There is an interview with British actress Tilda Swinton, photographed by Bryan Adams. And ZOO also spotlights the talented Jack Huston, an actor with a formidable pedigree who’s on a clear path to stardom.
And there’s more… ZOO goes Dutch with the stars of the Mercedes-Benz Dutch Fashion Awards; Tokyo-based designer Akira Onozuka talks about his passion for fashion; and we come face to face with the artistic duo Pierre and Gilles. Pennsylvania-born photographer Luke Smalley tells us more about his new book Exercise at Home (with a preview of some of the best images from the book) and French cowboy Philippe Cohen-Solal discusses his new album created in the company of Bucky Baxter’s trusted friends and musicians.