Each issue of Twin Magazine is filled with vivid imagery that gets your imagination going. Their latest captures the eye with stellar new visuals from some of fashion’s brightest stars.
“TWIN, the biannual art-fashion publication, is back for its sixth edition – and this time takes on desire as its theme, as well as putting the spotlight on the creatives and cool folk catching its eye right now.”
“The second issue of Twin, the biannual art-meets-fashion publication that beautifully wavers between being a book and magazine, is out now.”
“Art editor Francesca Gavin, who is also an editor for Dazed & Confused and Elle UK, explains: “I think [Twin] is walking a balance between accessible and inspirational. Its not super pop but its not overtly conceptual. There’s something more thoughtful about the work we’re showcasing”…
“Twin, which launches in London this week, hopes to stand out from the crowd. “With the instant communication of blogs and the Web,” says features editor Aimée Farrell, Twin “feels a little more simple, considered, and less throwaway. It’s an object to keep and covet.”
“The fact that there is no shouty cover and the way it is divided into chapters just consecrates the idea of the bi-annual being more like a book than a monthly magazine and any sniff of ‘news/time sensitive’ items are battered out so that Twin, the book, is as considered and curated as it can be.”
“Clever Read – Bi-annual Twin magazine has fashion, photography and art from creative women”
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“I remember being very excited about the launch of Twin, and that enthusiasm third time round hasn’t wavered. “
Autumn/Winter ’11 issue of this new biannual art and fashion book features cover star Agyness Deyn, making it the first Twin Magazine cover to feature an image. Inside Twin talks to Agyness about her migration to moving image and success across the pond. Agyness is photographed by Ben Weller in the corresponding shoot that sees her take to the great outdoors.
“The third issue of large format, hard-backed fashion title Twin is out now, sporting a redesigned interior guest-designed by Neville Brody’s team at Research Studios…”