We are delighted to announce the release of her. issue 13 (autumn/winter 2021). The identity and vision of the bi-annual publication is reflected by the diversity of both talent and content alike; this growing collective continues to extend the scope of the magazine’s global influence..
her. issue 13 features two covers:
Aina The End, one of the stars of Japanese group BiSH, is the first. Photographed by renowned Japanese photographer Shunya Arai and styled by equally talented stylist Masataka Hattori. Aina The End is a hugely exciting talent for the future, both as a solo artist and with BiSH and we were able to get an insight into her world.
The second cover features another famed Japanese talent in the shape and form of Rinko Kikuchi. Photographed by Xavier Tera and styled by Takafumi Kawasaki, at the renowned Hatoya Hotel in Atami making for a unique setting for the editorial. Rinko Kikuchi, renowned for her role in Babel makes for a compelling feature.
Featured content in this issue:
Maiko Takeda, renowned headpiece designer who is known for her work with Bjork and Issey Miyake amongst others was shot by Mali Wychodil. Tokyo label Rito takes centre stage in the issue with an editorial shot by James Oliver in the outskirts of Tokyo in Okutama. London based photographer Adam Titchener takes a closer look into the female body building community in London with his Iron Maiden editorial. We take a look at a fascinating project simply entitled Ballet: The New Classic, with fashion designer Chika Kisada extending herself by creating the costumes for a ballet that will take place in 2022. Photographer Sirui Ma showcases her work with photos taken during a trip to Cornwell earlier in the year. Artists, Sara Rabin, Maia Ruth Lee, Kim De Jesus, Lui Nemeth, Nicole Coson all provide us with a greater insight into their creative worlds. We also have two hugely fascinating fashion editorials, the first shot in Tokyo by and styled by Toshio Takeda while the later was created in London by photographer Adam Titchener and stylist Sophie Casha.
295 pgs, 30.5 × 23.5 cm, Softcover, 2021,