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For our latest issue – the ‘art of fun’ – we embark on the ultimate joy ride, exploring the role that humour and wit play in our everyday. In doing so, we indulge in the playful, the trivial and spontaneous, breaking every rule along the way.
In the opening pages of the issue, RUSSH Editor in Chief Jess Blanch writes, “I know, fashion isn’t exactly known for its humour but after the last season’s shows (it took a Zoolander appearance on the Valentino runway and a few merry characters drawn on at Céline) having a good time is suddenly the new mantra. Accordingly, within these pages we told jokes, looked for mischief and saw the world only in colour through the eyes and lens of photographer Hans Feurer. We put super-babe Lara Stone on our cover, just because we could.”
IN THIS ISSUE YOU WILL FIND:
The fashion: A muse to Tisci and a friend to Ford – our cover star Lara Stone is the girl from The Netherlands we keep coming back to, shot by Emma Tempest; we take to the New York streets to photograph Emma Oak and Georgia Hilmer, by James Nelson; capture Cate Underwood and Sam Knight, by Sam Hendel; and accessorise with the latest from Tiffany & Co., by Pierre Toussaint.
The beauty: Sunday’s Girl. Anya Lyagoshina by James Nelson.
We meet Lou Doillon, the model turned musician who is ever searching, giving and growing.
He captures all that makes our pupils widen; we see the world through photographer Hans Feurer’s lense.
Electric, unafraid. We capture Natasha Liu Bordizzo in Louis Vuitton Cruise 16 collection and hear the story behind her first acting role.
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