LA-based The Unseasonal describes itself as 'a magazine about passion, the change in seasons both in fashion and the world the unusual, travel and the human condition'.
Big themes in that statement for sure, and a fair dose of the abstract, but ‘change’ is the key word. Over many decades of changing fashions, tastes and technologies the creative industries have generated large volumes of work, much of which is consequently forgotten, overlooked, misunderstood, out of time or place and even simply never seen. Fortunately, every so often an educated eye can glean material from surviving archives and reframe into something fully coherent, wholly relevant and even alluring for a new audience. The Unseasonal does this.
This is a sleek fashion, reportage and fine art photography magazine of impressive erudition and discernment in which lives, careers, events and developments central to creative culture in the (mainly) second half of the twentieth century get another look-over via interviews, memoirs, profiles and essays. It’s a mix of exoticism, cool, haute couture, pop, kitsch, the jet set, film photography, mid-century dream homes, super models, the cinematic and more. If even a couple of these elements sound appealing then we suggest The Unseasonal is most certainly for you.
Production-wise, The Unseasonal is superbly printed and packaged and is arguably one of the most impressive magazines in our range.
About Issue 4, 'Eternal', from the publisher:
'The Eternal issue features American scriptwriter James V. Hart’s infectious passion for the never-ending that ignited the production of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, including never-before-seen original script pages and image material; new wave and pop-art phenomenon Blondie; illusionist, parlor magician and creator of immersive experiences Helder Guimarães; Douglas Kirkland’s exciting journey as one of Hollywood’s most beloved celebrity photographers; award-winning artist and photographer Ger Ger; and California Deserts' otherworldly Volcano House, designed by architect Harold J. Bissner. The Eternal issue also features fashion spreads and photographs of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Jack Nicholson, Dennis Hopper, Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe, Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves, Tom Cruise, and more.'
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