The New Order is an established magazine from Japan exploring art, fashion and photography nominally through the lense of 'men's lifestyle', but it is much more than that.
Like Hypebeast and System, this is a magazine that likes to get behind the surface of the things, to find out what drives contemporary street culture, rather than merely reporting or fleshing out press releases. Interviews with well-chosen personalities are extensive and the analysis of brands, labels and trends is as forensic as you might expect from Japanese publishing of this calibre.
About Volume 29, 'World in Motion', from the publisher:
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We are delighted to announce the release of THE NEW ORDER issue 29 (autumn/winter 2023), further extending the scope of the magazines global influence. The identity and vision of the bi-annual publication is represented by the diversity of the content curated and insight into talent far and wide.
THE NEW ORDER ISSUE 29 features five covers:
Highly regarded and respected rapper Freddie Gibbs is the first, photographed by Tokyo based photographer RLSWYZE. The Indiana native provides us with an in-depth interview while we spent the day running around Tokyo shooting this story.
The second cover features UFC fighter Khalil Rountree JR, photographed by renowned Kenneth Cappello. We are able to get a deeper look into the daily life of Rountree JR with Cappello shooting him at home, training and other walks of life.
Next up is a joint project between famed actor Masami Nagasawa and renown artist Kosuke Kawamura. With the amazing talent Nagasawa initially photographed by James Oliver, Kawamura reworked this imagery with his signature collage style and what he came up with was nothing short of spectacular.
Then we have singer - songwriter Omah Lay, a huge talent making all the right moves at the moment and creating a lot of noise with his own unique sound. Photographed by Adam Titchener while on tour in Europe, the outcome is something you can really appreciate.
Last but not least we have Hajime Sorayama, shot by James Oliver at his studio in Tokyo. Renowned for his silver robotic erotica, this time we pay attention to his career path as well as his latest project with sportswear giants Puma.
Featured content in this issue:
Paris Texas are making a lot of noise and make for a fascinating story shot by Richard Brooks in Los Angeles. High-end outdoor brand ROA was shot in Japan by James Oliver; Dickies is the subject of a bold editorial with bike cultural pivotal to this story. We look at the latest instalment from Liberaiders as the Japanese brand takes to Mexico for its Autumn/Winter 2023 collection. With Suicoke, Vibram and Midorikawa coming out with a bold collaboration this season we worked on an exclusive editorial. Artist Ed Davis and photographer RLSWYZE both contribute with strong submissions to the latest issue. ADED make for insightful viewing and reading with an editorial providing a look at its very unique approach to creating. We spent a day with Cali Dewitt walking around Tokyo and talking about his world.
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