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Fashion - Mags - Art - MusicSeptember 22, 2021
A star-studded showcase

The iconic British magazine teams up with 180 The Strand in aid for Centrepoint for what promises to be a memorable spectacle from October 9-10.

MagsMay 07, 2021
The Anti-Hate Issue

Our new Metal issue is now on sale on our online store, and from May 15 on newsstands.

MagsMay 25, 2020
What is real?

You can now buy our magazine in digital format. Or buy the print magazine and we’ll send you the digital copy for free so you enjoy it in the meantime.

MagsMay 21, 2020
One-man publishing empire

Madrid-based independent publisher, editor and creative director discusses his new book that unifies the best of the iconic C☆NDY Transversal magazine.

MagsApril 16, 2020
Remake a Metal cover

Recreate any of the covers that we have published since we launched METAL, and in return we'll give you the latest issue in digital. Are you up for it?

MagsMarch 19, 2020
It’s time for female creativity

As female empowerment keeps fighting patriarchal structures, we speak with Lena Modigh, photographer and founder of this fanzine created by and for women.

Fashion - MagsOctober 02, 2019
Rituals

What role do rituals play in today’s society? From secular to religious, we explore their importance in providing a sense of identity and belonging.

MagsAugust 15, 2019
Dare to dream

Discover this online magazine founded by Charmaine and Effie that aims to explore the complex world of dreams through art, psychology, science, and more.

Fashion - MagsMay 23, 2019
Revealing what you never saw

Meet the acclaimed curator who, with his new book, “Issues”, explores the history of photography through the lens of fashion magazines from 1925 to 2018.

MagsMay 02, 2019
Over and over and over again

With the film “Groundhog Day” as a starting point, we explore repetition in this issue through the likes of Hans Eijkelboom, Damien Jalet and Kelly Moran.

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