Karlie Kloss, Jamie Bochert & Lindsay Wixson For Document Journal [Photos]


Karlie Kloss, Jamie Bochert, and Lindsay Wixson provide four covers for Document Journal and of course they all look breathtaking.

With its first edition‘s intelligent commentary on culture, art and fashion, Document Journal offered a powerful and fresh take on what a magazine can be, and this second issue is sure to cement its position as the best read in fashion. Each issue is filled with impressive visual content, but unlike many magazines beautiful editorials aren’t all Document has to offer. Editors Nick Vogelson and James Valeri continue their exploration of collaborations between artists, authors and intellectuals. This must-view edition of which this is but a small sample, includes photographer Mario Testino talking about his art collection on one page and a thoughtful profile of PS1 founder Alanna Heiss on the next, and Rick Owens interviewing his personal muse, groundbreaking performance artist Kembra Pfahler, in a story that provides insights into both personalities. Document also catches up with Larry Clark on the eve of Kids’ 20th Anniversary, enlisting the film’s star fashion legend, Chloë Sevigny to interview.

On the fashion side the four covers with stars Karlie Kloss, Jamie Bochert and Lindsey Wixson are looking stellar. Inside new editorials from of the moment names like Jack Pierson, Maripol, Catherine Servel and Will Davidson are simply stunning. Photographers Bela Borsodi and Daniel Sannwald push visual boundaries with their work using unusual techniques. Have an exclusive first look at the issue only in MDX.

via: Models


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