Dating fashion magazines
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He was brilliant like that because he would see something and just take it as something - he’d just see that it was amazing and cool and glossy, and he celebrated that. So I never, in one sense I never felt excluded, but I just felt I was more into thrifting and hunting stuff down and that side of life. BG: Kira was at St Paul’s with my sister Rose, and Kira was always incredibly stylish.
ummertime,” wrote author Charles Bowden, “is always the best of what might be.” And that may include fashion this summer.
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I think thrifting was a way, certainly for me, of enjoying being an outsider.
I remember Kira sitting down at the kitchen table in my old house and saying, ‘I want to do this and I promise you it will be good - let’s do it.’ So it was very much Kira, who is incredibly stylish and the cleverest person I know basically.
Editor Lou Stoppard collected together the founders of these publications, alongside avid magazine collectors and archivists, to question how a title's impact can be measured by far more than its prints run. We were really really passionate about thrifting and we felt sort of – well, I always felt like a bit of an outsider.
And I don’t know why because I had no reason to, but I did.
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