Now here is a new ‘fashion’ magazine that we’re looking forward to diving into = Cherry Bombe Magazine. Created by Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu, who previously worked together at Harper’s Bazaar. They went their separate ways Kerry embarking on a restaurant career (as well as keeping a foot in the fashion and beauty industry) and Claudia opening up her own graphic design company and indie publication Me Magazine. Now they have joint forces again and Cherry Bombe has just been published.
“Cherry Bombe is a beautifully designed, biannual indie magazine that celebrates women and food—those who grow it, make it, serve it, study it, enjoy it and everything in between. It is about sustenance and style and the things that nourish the mind, the eye and, of course, the stomach.
Cherry Bombe features a variety of cultures, cuisines and voices—chefs and servers, food stylists and scientists, culinary icons and up-and-coming entrepreneurs—as documented by some of the most interesting food and fashion writers and photographers around.
Almost all of the subjects and contributors are women.”
From French Vogue’s “Utopies” story from March 2013 shot by Mert & Marcus.
Mémoire Universelle. Created by Belgian Benoît Béthume (stylist & creative consultant for Carven, Veronique Leroy amongst others) First issue is about LOVE. Read about him and the ‘bookazine’ here. Buy it here.
Want that hair and that Bally coat.
Melissa Stasiuk for Glass Magazine #12 Winter 2012 by Billy Nava
For the love of food and cooking. Read more here.
This is one of the most beautiful editorials we’ve seen for a while. So luscious and so gorgeous. WOW!
From Cover magazine #December 2012. Photography by Andreas Öhlund / LundLund, Styling Emilie Johansson / LinkDetails, Model Melissa Stasiuk
“Sad Girls is a zine featuring work by girls who make things and have lots of feelings. First issue is out now, more to come.” Buy it here.
Such a classic and timeless beauty. Plus; we want all the winter coats too. Give it.
Malgosia from the latest edition of Gentlewoman, photographed by Karin Sadli. Via models.com
Gorgeous cover of an old Interview magazine featuring Diane Keaton – and an Aurélie Bidermann bracelet.
Via The Coveteur / Aurélie Biedermann