Purple Fashion is the avant-garde reference for fashion, style, and contemporary culture with the usual big names. This extroverted issue is dedicated to islands, literal and metaphorical, and features 18 different covers, selected at random when ordered. Olivier Zahm created it in Ibiza during the pandemic, instead of in his usual decadent surroundings in Paris. Model Lili Sumner escapes New York for a nude photo shoot on an arid island in the New Zealand archipelago. Essayist Brad Philips muses about islands of security, love, and the Bee Gees. Miriam Cahn’s island is a bunker in a Swiss valley, where the feminist artist creates works that attack toxicity.
23 x 32 cm, hardcover, Purple Institute (Paris).