Zine Magazine - Androgyny Issue

Zine Magazine - Androgyny Issue
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Zine tentatively approach the topic of modern-day androgyny. Covering the theme in a broad and... more
- "Zine Magazine - Androgyny Issue"

Zine tentatively approach the topic of modern-day androgyny. Covering the theme in a broad and open-minded fashion - from Zine's Picture Editor, Sarah Louise Stedeford’s sensitive photographs of the Gender Neutral and Transgender Football League in Kerala, India to Jesse Laitinen’s powerful cover shoot, the ‘Class of Anthozoa’ that is inspired by the asexual reproduction of coral reefs.
Sophie Mayanne's ongoing ‘Behind the Scars’ project confronts preconceived notions around the issues of body acceptance. Our Fashion Editor, Ashlee Hill’s editorial - shot by Ed Barrett-Bourmier - captures a woman with a name usually associated with men in all male fashion. This perfectly illustrates the fluctuating line that separates ‘male’ and ‘female’.
The SHOWstudio SHOWcase sees seven fashion illustrators portray ideas of androgyny and gender neutrality in a deeply personal display. Several of the artists created new works whilst others submitted works from their archives that conveyed their take on the theme. L.A. based illustrator and artist, February James, was commissioned to create original works to both open and close Zine that are based on her personal, creative vision for this often controversial subject.
We revisit artist Robert Aldous whose latest project, ‘Mars and Venus’ comprises of alchemical ‘paintings’ with accompanying poetry that addresses gender fluidity and the relationship between the sexes from both a mythological and a psychological standpoint.
Publisher Zine
Zine is a bi-annual publication of beautiful, elegant and thoughtful male focussed fashion. It... more
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Zine is a bi-annual publication of beautiful, elegant and thoughtful male focussed fashion. It also addresses art & design, literature and music that inspire and affect. The aim is to showcase the rise of talent within these primary creative industries. And by allowing these art forms to intersect, Zine seeks to deliver an explosion of raw power to captivate the scenes.

Zine is ambitious. It seeks to inspire, affect and aestheticise. And to do so well. The strategy is simple. By bringing together a collective of contributors from a range of different industries, Zine is a space for understanding and expanding male fashion through other art forms. It speaks to the designer, the artist and the individual who recognises the importance of the continual cultural dialogue between fashion, literature, music and art & design. Whereas other fashion magazines are for the consumer, Zine involves the creative who wants to be challenged and motivated through a range of ideas. 

Founded by Andrew Stainforth previously Designer of GQ Style, The Sunday Times Style, Porter, Matches Fashion and a host of other premium publications. Zine is an experimental collaborative project seeking to explore design trends within the creative industries. The aesthetic objective is to establish a dialogue between text and image which will ultimately push boundaries. Andrew has worked with a number of high profile creative directors including Lee Swillingham and Stuart Spalding of Suburbia on the first four issues of Love. The experience gained through constant work and training in editorial design specifically has given Andrew the motivation to continue his personal project - Zine.

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