The September Issue of Dazed & Confused features 60 pages of fashion, as shot by Kacper Kasprzyk, as well as an interview with coverstar Juno Temple who talks to us about making it in Hollywood
Dazed September: Collections Special, with Juno Temple
Dazed time travels for its 20th-anniversary season with the Collections Special, bringing together the highlights of the new season's collections with the best of those from 1991, all shot by Kacper Kasprzyk over more than 60 stunning pages. On the cover is LA-based punk progeny Juno Temple, shining in sequinned vintage Chanel, and talking to us about making it in Hollywood. Other screen faces hitting the big time in this issue include Tom Hardy and Jessica Chastain, while Steven Shearer in a rare interview discusses his morbidly beautiful art, and indie cult duo Girls come clean about their epic new album.
Cover Story: Juno Temple
Britain's coolest young actress meets Dazed at Venice Beach in LA, to talk about transitioning from indie screen star to Hollywood siren.
New season fashion collections meet 1991 archive pieces in a 60-page fashion extravaganza from the Dazed fashion team and Kacper Kasprzyk.
The intense young actor talks to Dazed about escaping the dark excesses of his past and his upcoming leading role in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises.
The cult indie duo recorded their second album, Father, Son, Holy Ghost, in a lo-fi basement studio in San Francisco that helped them channel their creative chaos
The talented young American actress is generating Oscer buzz with her recent breakout roles working with Terrence Malick and Al Pacino.
Dazed meets the reclusive Canadian artist to talk about his post-impressionistic psychedelic paintings of androgynous subcultural figures.
The artist formerly known as Lightspeed Champion is back under the new moniker Blood Orange with a new lo-fi power pop sound.
Dazed interviews Swedish cult artist who has spent the last few decades being targeted by authorities for his controversial psychedelic art.
Pusha T is taking a hiatus from hip-hop duo the Clipse, to collaborate with Kanye West and Tyler, The Creator on his hyped first solo album, coming out on West's GOOD Music label.