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For our latest issue – Find Utopia – we go in search of nirvana. We look back to the ‘make love, not war’ counterculture of the 60s, who were not afraid to imagine a better world, and we look to the future – and our place in it – even when it seems too big to take on.
In the opening pages of the issue, RUSSH Editor in Chief Jess Blanch writes, “We may never live in perfect harmony. Utopia isn’t really ever found. But today, by believing in it, we just may be able to make the mundane sublime.”
In this edition, you will find:
• The fashion: She’s been photographed by the greats – Meisel, Testino, Weber and Knight – and now, Vivien Solari, a Manchester girl at heart with a look that’s ever evolving, fronts our cover, photographed by Johan Sandberg; Stefan Heinrichs shoots rising star Magdalena Jasek and Darius Trabalza; and we go behind closed doors of an apartment in Le Marias, Paris to capture model couple Helena Severin and Farez Brahmi in an intimate shoot by Emma Tempest.
• The beauty: Themed around 70s psychedelia and finding Nirvana, James Nelson photographs fresh face May Douglas; from peachy pinks to dark and stormy hues of violet: our edit of this season’s palettes; beauty notes, how-to’s and more.
Plus:
• New York artist Jonathan Rosen is spreading the word on love and desire through his bold and empathic artwork.
• Christopher Kane: He is London’s emerging star, yet more than eight years into his eponymous line, he still gets shivers from a fitting.
• In search of the perfect escape: we travel south to Kangaroo valley to recharge with composer Martin Wesley-Smith, before trekking out to a quiet village in Indonesia to get zen with model Cisco Tschurtschenthaler; we take in the sea air from designer Charlie Hinckfuss’ Bondi pad, and find unexpected calm in communications consultant Emma van Haandel’s urban oasis in Darlinghurst.

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