Not to be confused with Oprah's glossy offering, O Magazine describes itself as ‘a provocative yet playful, sensual yet sophisticated, erotic yet tasteful, intelligent and witty magazine’.
We can tell you that all of this is true – this a very impressive debut. Especially when the above self-description sounds like something you've often heard before. It is not, thankfully, empty high-sheen at one end of the spectrum as is common for this subject, or cultish/alternative at the other. Published in the form of the attractive, generic modern independent, O Magazine provides a sleek, thoughtful and illuminating tour of modern erotica, threaded around subtle and clever photography that again is not quite what one might expect.