Neue : Typeface and Cities
They Love Typeface and they love Cities…they are Neue Magazine. After completing Berlin, NY, and Barcelona, the next city will be Hong Kong. If you have any ideas and want to submit your typeface contact them via Showusyourtype.com


Pedderzine x Butler & Wilson
Here is the latest from Pedderzine, On Pedder’s inspirational magazine distributed through their stores, but you already know all about it if you are an avid Trendland reader (see back issues here). This issue is in collaboration with the iconic UK fine jewelers Butler & Wilson, and is not my favorite to date, but it […]

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Visionaire 58 : Spirit – A Tribute to Lee Alexander McQueen
Visionaire pays tribute to the iconoclastic genius of Alexander McQueen who left his definitive mark on the design world of the 90s and 2000s. But it’s more than just a tribute: this special issue is published following a planned project between the designer and Visionaire, which never came to fruition.


Drainspotting by Remo Camerota
The Japanese visual phenomenon does not stop with their bright billboards and interactive advertising. Now you can find these beautiful manhole artworks all over the city! Some of the finest manhole cover art has been collected by “Drainspotter” Remo Camerota.


American Fashion Designers At Home
This September, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) will release the coffee-table book of American Fashion Designers at Home published by Assouline. Featuring the interior designs homes of 115 members of the CFDA. You can pre-order it on amazon for only $40 – I want it! 


Freestyle Magazine Issue 02 with Paul Smith
Biannual Berlin-based publication Freestyle Magazine celebrates the launch of its second issue, with a collaboration with Paul Smith.


New Fashion Glossy: Jimon-Magazine
We just received this great new fashion glossy, Jimon-Magazine. For their first issue, the LA based team created an edgy issue, with great fashion editorials and artist interviews (including one on David de Rothschild). Their format is unlike any other, oversize and unbound, this allows the reader to keep the magazine handy for inspiration.