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Ever-connected, this issue – The Global Issue – is inspired by the intercontinental lives we lead today. In putting together each new issue of RUSSH, we cross borders, oceans and datelines, and for our latest we ventured to remote outback NSW with our homegrown muse Gemma Ward, and over the ocean to Europe to the Swiss Alps. We reached out, far and wide, to our brothers and sisters across the globe, sometimes without even leaving the comfort of our home or office.
In the opening pages of the issue, RUSSH Editor in Chief Jess Blanch writes, “Today our universe seems bigger and more giant than ever and yet somehow we’re now all closer than we ever thought possible ... Geography is irrelevant. ‘Home’, an adaptable notion. And suddenly we have the power to be everywhere and yet nowhere, at once.”
In this edition, you will find:
• The fashion: Otherworldly. Down-to-earth. Gemma Ward is the Australian beauty whose presence is felt globally, her return to the catwalk for Prada SS 15 sent tremors all over, and now she fronts our cover, photographed by Stephen Ward. We descend upon the L.A. streets by night to photograph Chloe Wheatcroft, by Blair Getz Mezibov; and travel north up into the Swiss Alps to photograph Laura Kampman, by Rahel Weiss. And for the men, we steal away to Paris to capture Reuben Ramacher, lensed by Nick Hudson.
• Our first ever men’s special comprising fashion and accessories dedicated to the RUSSH man.
• The Escapist: We explore the connection between American artist and author Peter Beard and his beloved Kenya.
• On screen, Thomas Cocquerel was made for it. And now he’s arrived, there’s no turning back. We talk.
• From 90s grunge roots, Dappled Cities’ Dave Rennick is now right at home in the smoothest of suiting.
• Shopping in motion: college crushes and bohemian dreams.
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