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Issue 70

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Isabel Marant’s SS24 menswear collection prepares the modern man for his maturation. Freya Yeldham reports…

Meatopia, the festival of fire-cooking, returns to the Tobacco Dock of East London from 31 August - 3 September. Founded with a manifesto championing a more adventurous way of cooking, Meatopia is constantly evolving and pushing the boundaries of cuisine.

Richard Kelly has made a name for himself in the sprawling British music scene photographing the best of British talent over the past twenty five years. From being the official photographer for the Arctic Monkeys and the first person to

Our 'Meet the Maker' features so far have all explored the world of physical objects; items created by artisans that you can hold, own, wear, touch and treasure. This time, we've gone digital. But graphic designer, Matt Needle's work still

After rocketing to the final of The Great British Bake Off last year, Sandro Farmhouse has established himself as one of the most exciting and entertaining bakers of our time. Now, he’s using his skills and his love for others

I first became aware of Red White & Royal Blue as a book, written by Casey McQuinston, and it blew me away. A love story between a gay prince of England, and the first son of the American president? It

With BBC’s new hit police drama on the horizon, we thought it was only right to spend the morning with leading man Ukweli Roach. We caught up with him at London’s Saatchi Gallery and found out all about the juicy

“An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory.” Friedrich Engels THE EDITOR'S NOTE The creation of this issue has felt, in some ways, an indignant display of dedication whilst also being, on a personal front, an endless and exhausting feat. With