ZOO Magazine 64 – Fall Issue
ZOO Magazine 64 approaches the zenith of contemporary culture. An outpouring of fashion, cinema, art and music from all over the world in 2019.
The Fall issue offers readers the rare chance to discover great artists (Belgium’s Rinus Van de Velde and America’s Joe Bradley) in conversation with one another, for a joint interview about life inside the studio, balancing family life outside the studio and Rinus’ debut film ‘The Villagers’.
‘The Crown’ actor Josh O’Connor is featured in an interview where he spoke on becoming a young Prince Charles. In addition to Josh, ‘Ku’Damm 56’ actress and rising star Sonja Gerhardt talks about her interest in psychology, practicing the vertical ballet that is pole dancing and discovering more about Berlin’s history through acting. Actress Valerie Pachner, star of Terrence Malik’s film “A Hidden Life”, muses in her interview how “we lose touch with these questions, who am I? What do I actually want?” as well as speaking on her role in Marie Kreutzer’s new film ‘The Ground Beneath My Feet’.
Professional Model and Star of Luc Besson’s new movie ‘Anna’, Sasha Luss, appears on the cover of issue 64 photographed by musician and star photographer Bryan Adams.
Musician IAMDDB voices proudly her belief that women can be strong and sexy in an interview where she passionately accounts for her continued rise in the music industry in a genre overcrowded by men.
Furthermore, the Fall issue displays an omniscient variety of Fashion, Exhibitions and Design. An interview with LA-based Midheaven Denim founder Kathryn Boyd Brolin tackles the subject of sustainability in fashion, saying, “I am not interested in being a fast fashion company, nor do I want to go against the curve of people moving towards sustainability”.
Danish fashion designer, Henry Vibskov also voices the prevalence and importance sustainability while talking more about his own art and his upcoming show in Germany. Swiss artist, Claudia Comte is interviewed about her bond with nature and evoking the importance of preserving the natural world, saying, “artists are here to speak about their time and I cannot see any other thing as important as that”.
Inside issue 64 are details on the design behind the flagship store of Juun.J and a never-before-seen in-store pleating machine at Issey Miyake’s flagship Homme Plissé store in Tokyo’s vibrant Aoyama district.
ZOO Magazine 64 is for art and fashion lovers that simply refuse to miss a beat.
(Note that the covers of this issue will be selected at random when ordered. At the end of the Checkout you can write in the NOTE which cover you prefer, so we can send the right one if possible.)