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Her.Period

Bel Garza introduces us to her amazing charity project Her.Period which spreads vital information regarding the need for menstrual supplies for those less fortunate around the world. She speaks to us about Her.Period and some of the positive period art which it's become known for.  Art by Sonia Lazo "I never gave much thought to menstrual supplies. They were always within reach - worse case I would have to venture out to purchase a new box late at night, in an 'emergency'. That was it. Then, in 2016, I was introduced to the director of a local shelter, outside of Houston, who brought up the lack of sanitary supplies for people living on the street. Tampons, pads, and menstrual cups are...

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Sister Meets...IMAN

In keeping with the the theme of current issue, Space, our editor in chief Beccy Hill chatted to singer and songwriter IMAN. The London based babe has penned tracks for Kanye West, Ed Sheeran and Rudimental, and started her own record label, despite having no formal music training under her belt.  Hi IMAN! Could you tell me how you first got into music? I always saw myself on stage singing, and would go to talent shows and walk up to people and network. Eventually this paid off and I started making demos. The demos would get better in quality and throughout the process my craft improved, along with my understanding of the business. Building these foundations is what has brought me...

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The Space Issue Launch @ Tate Modern 09/09

We launched our seventh issue The Space Issue at the Tate Modern last Saturday, 09/09 with a panel of great contributors. Our cover girl Claire Davis of Hanger Inc, front woman of Cosmic Strip Camella Agabalyan, online editor of Polyester and journalist Gina Tonic and photographer Laura Allard-Fleischl all chatted with our EIC Beccy Hill. See you at the next launch! All photography by Lou Rolley. 

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Nightclubbing

London based stylist Rachel Doyle collaborated with photographer Desiree Cremona on the above editorial Nightclubbing. Inspired by Iggy Pop's 'The Idiot' and the Berlin club scene, they worked together with MUA and hairstylist Lydia Warhurst and set designer BK to create a DIY meets OTT feel. Model Angelina Jesson @ Premier.

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Cream

Fiona and Eduardo Valderrama are a photographer and film director duo based in New York. Being able to capture both the beauty of people they see, and the realities they can create in front of the camera is what led them both to photography. Eduardo's love of cinematic lighting and Fiona's love of storytelling come together to create one collaborative vision. We look at their latest story below, Cream.  Model: P.S Kaguya Keep up to date with Fiona and Eduardo Valderrama's work here and follow them here.

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