ZOO Magazine 57 – Aida Blue (1)
The intelligent, cutting-edge approach of ZOO sets the magazine apart from the mainstream, highlighting avant-gardist personalities and themes in an extraordinary, eccentric way.
ZOO Magazine 57 – Aida Blue photographed by Nagi Sakai.
ZOO Magazine 57 – Aida Blue features in-depth interviews with Romanian and Berlin-based artist Adrian Ghenie, who talks about his art, luck and art history, while fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto reveals his love for guitar playing and why he doesn’t call himself a designer. The British actor Matt Smith speaks about his iconic roles, his non-existent life plan and LCD Soundsystem and Alicia von Rittberg tells us why she prefers to play drama and what her personal beauty ideals are. Furthermore we shot actor Edward Holcroft in London, talked to fashion designer Veronique Leroy in her studio in Paris and catched up with fashion designer Federico Curradi talking about his wolves and plans ahead while visiting factories in Italy. And last but not least we had a lovely chat with Annabelle Belmondo, who shares the same building in Paris with her grandfather Jean-Paul Belmondo.
ZOO Magazine sets itself apart from the mainstream with an intellectual, cutting-edge approach to artistic disciplines. A cross-over print publication that inspires creative minds with a unique point of view. Next to the print magazine, the editorials and interviews as well as the latest news from the worlds of fashion, art, music and design can be found on the digital platform of ZOO.