The January issue of Dazed & Confused features everyone's favourite sexy vampire-loving barmaid Anna Paquin on the cover, shot in Los Angeles by Terry Richardson. There's also an exclusive 15th-anniversary interview and collaborative archive shoot with Raf Simons, an encounter with Swedish indie lolita Lykke Li, and a conversation between Jamie XX and XL's head honcho Richard Russell, plus colourful fashion previews of the season, and the debut of a new monthly column Prophet Motive from psychedelic visionary Daniel Pinchbeck...
Raf Simons Exclusive
A special 15th anniversary celebration of this inventive and remarkable designer, with a hand-selected archive shoot featuring past highlights as well as the latest collection, shot by Pierre Debusschere and styled by Robbie Spencer, and a personal and intimate interview by Jo-Ann Furniss.
The star of everyone's favourite vampire drama True Blood met Dazed and photographer Terry Richardson in Los Angeles for our cover story.
Dazed speaks with Sweden’s indie pop princess about her new retro-infused album indebted to Phil Spector and The Shangri-Las, and reveals her recent journey of spiritual self discovery which invokes voodoo and shamanistic beliefs.
Jamie XX and Richard Russell
Britain’s hottest new producer gets together with XL Recordings’ legendary head honcho in a Dazed world exclusive to talk about Jamie’s remix of Gil Scott-Heron’s album which Richard produced earlier this year.
With contributors including Kacper Kasprzyk and Andrea Spotorno, the Dazed fashion team shine brightly for the new season.
A new year-long monthly column by author and enthusiast for all matters shamanic, we count down from 12 to 1 in the run-up to 2012, the year that the ancient Mayans prophesied as “time for change” and the possible evolution of human consciousness?
Dazed interviews Colin Newman, the legendary front-man of Wire - the cult British rock band of the 70s and 80s, for a tell-all interview that looks back on his life and musical experimentation.
Dazed traces the life and work of cult photographer William Gedney, whose intimate, haunting photography only gained recognition after his death in 1989. Dazed also speaks with cutting-edge fashion designer JW Anderson who based his latest collection on Gedney’s work.
Dazed meets influential avant-garde artist John Baldessari to have a chat about his conceptual and photographic work and his years of shaking up the art establishment.