Settle down everyone, because the new tmrw is finally here. Oh, it’s a goodie.
Fronting volume #21, we’ve got the imperious, all-conquering Little Mix, who took time out of being the galaxy’s most important girlband to sit down and talk all things music, empowerment and recognising their responsibility as role models for young women. Alongside that, there are full-length features with Norwegian pop wunderkind Sigrid, Jessie Reyez, The Vamps and R&B hit-maker Bryson Tiller. It’s jam-packed, friends.
Alongside that marvellous helping of music, the new issue also sees us celebrating the best style, design and architecture all over the world – because, as you know, we like things that look nice and talking about them gets us all excited. Inside, Herschel co-founder Lyndon Cormack shares the ideas that inspired his amazing Vancouver home, Oli Hillyer-Riley and James Shaw sit down and share stories for ‘Creatives In Conversation’, while writer Niall Flynn wanders around a British amusement park in a meandering ode to youth, tradition and nostalgia. As well as that, we get stuck into Swedish architecture, chat to the guys down at Sven Cycles and cover Amsterdam’s Red Light Radio.
Fashion-wise, there’s stuff from Asket and I Love Ugly, as well as generous helpings of Polaroid, New Balance and Itsu in our Autumn lifestyle edit. If that wasn’t enough for you to chew on (or, just read, depending on what you’re into), we’ve got a big fat competition to match: anyone who orders a copy within the first seven days of launch will be entered into a draw to win most of the nice stuff that features in #21’s lifestyle edit. Spoiler: there’s loads.
You know the drill by now. Order the mag, join the family. We love you all very much and couldn’t do it without you – let us share some good stuff.
Words by Joe Brine