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10 Reasons to Buy AnOther Magazine Spring/Summer 2024

Exploring what drives the creatives who shape our world, the Reveal issue is out now

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Every issue of AnOther Magazine strives to reveal a different perspective. Be it through art, film, music or literature, the stories in our pages offer readers alternative ways to engage with the world around us. “To reveal,” writes editor-in-chief Susannah Frankel, “is an idea integral to the mechanism of a magazine.” But the notion of reveal implies more — it connects with enlightenment, confession, truth. And since our need to connect — with our history, with other human beings — to express and share our thoughts is increasingly apparent, this issue of AnOther Magazine is dedicated to the actors, artists, auteurs, musicians and designers who dare to do just that.

In her decades-spanning acting career, Julianne Moore has given a voice to women traditionally left on the margins of culture. Having made her lead debut in Todd Haynes’s Safe nearly 30 years ago, Moore reunited with the director in his latest dark drama, May December. An early off-broadway production showed the actor the importance of being alive to her creative process process. “I learnt that by being awake and aware the scene would surprise you, it would take you along with it,” she tells Hannah Lack. Moore is photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Katie Shillingford.

Paul Mescal’s Bafta-nominated role in Andrew Haigh’s heart-breaking All of Us Strangers sees him deftly reveal his character’s stormy inner currents. Zooming from the set of Ridley Scott’s much-anticipated Gladiator II, he talks to Haigh about portraying intimacy and anguish and the deep desire to connect with an audience. Mescal is photographed by Jack Davison and styled by Raphael Hirsch.

As the bassist, guitarist and vocalist of cult rock band Sonic Youth, Kim Gordon carved a place of her own in an industry dom­inated by men, overturning it from the inside. Her empathy and imagination are beautifully captured in an essay written by her friend the theatre critic Hilton Als. As the guest editor of this issue’s Document, Gordon has compiled a selection of texts that inspired some of Sonic Youth’s most iconic tracks and echo the vividness of her childhood memories, from Marguerite Duras and Catherine Breillat to Greil Marcus and Joan Didion. She is photographed by Mark Borthwick and styled by Emma Wyman.

Steven Yeun often mined his past to find the diverse characters he’s now known for, be that in hit TV series Walking Dead, Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, Jordan Peele’s Nope or as Danny Cho in Netflix’s Beef. For the latter, he received a Golden Globe, an Emmy and a Critics Choice award just this year. Now starring alongside Mark Ruffalo and Robert Pattinson in Bong Joon-ho’s forthcoming sci-fi fantasy Mickey 17, Yeun talks to Connor Garel about how reality and fiction collide in his work. He is photographed by Heji Shin and styled by Agata Belcen.

At 26, Sophie Wilde is making waves as the next indie film sensation: having captivated audiences with her haunting performance in A24’s contemporary cult horror Talk to Me, she’s also set to star in Babygirl, starring Nicole Kidman and Harris Dickinson from Bodies Bodies Bodies director Halina Reijn. Freshly nominated for the rising star Bafta, the actor talks to Sirin Kale about imposter syndrome and her fear of failure. She is photographed by Larissa Hofmann and styled by Nell Kalonji.

Long before coming together on their joint adventure in 2020, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons had a reputation for a highly personal and disruptive approach to fashion. Now four years into their creative collaboration at Prada, the pair talks to Alexander Fury and Susannah Frankel about the legacy of the Milanese house, the exchange between their distinct processes and their ever-evolving search for beauty. The standout Spring/Summer 2024 Prada collection is photographed by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Olivier Rizzo.

Our collections story draws on the very best of the Spring/Summer 2024 season to express “fashion at its most performative”. With model Anna Cleveland as its ultimate muse, it is a celebration of the power of design, the body and extreme glamour, brought to you by photographer Carlijn Jacobs, with styling by Katie Shillingford.

Discover the trends of the Spring/Summer 2024 season courtesy of many of today’s most exciting creatives, including Roe Ethridge, Chaumont & Zaerpour and Rebecca Perlmutar, Marili Andre and Agata Belcen, Julia Hetta and Ola Ebiti, Oliver Hadlee Pearch and Isabelle Sayer, Charlotte Stouvenot and Dogi Nesanir, Anthony Seklaoui and Robbie Spencer and Gabriel Moses and Ellie Grace Cumming.

This issue’s Art Project is by Philippe Parreno. It’s almost as if a whole civilisation lies beneath the surface of Parreno’s work, as art critic Ben Luke explores in an in-depth conversation with the artist. Bioreactors controlled by external factors such as the local weather trigger visual cues inside the museum space — screens move, lights dance — and sounds from outside interrupt the artworks inside, making each day of the artist’s shows a new instalment of the changing work. As Luke describes, Parreno becomes “a comet passing through the museum. Exclusive imagery of Parreno’s works in the making is shown alongside their conversation.

AnOther Thing I Wanted to Tell You takes on an especially intimate feel this time thanks to the artist and filmmaker Maripol, who documented its protagonists on her signature Polaroid camera. Here, Benny Safdie, Harry Dodge, Charles Melton, Lulu Wang and Tala Madani among others discuss their inspirations.

The Spring/Summer 2024 issue of AnOther Magazine is on sale internationally now. Buy a copy here.