Hollywood heartthrob Michael Pitt stars on the cover of the new issue, which also features exclusive interviews between him and Patti Smith, alongside pieces on David Lynch, Rick Owens, and Chloe Sevigny
Fresh off the set of Boardwalk Empire, Michael Pitt is the new coverstar of Another Man’s After Dark issue. Shot by Hedi Slimane and styled by Alister Mackie, Pitt meets the high priestess of punk, Patti Smith in New York, for an intimate conversation about the art of performing, surviving fame and a friendly Doberman called Satan.
Occasional filmmaker, coffee tycoon and impromptu weather tweeter David Lynch discusses his latest ventures with his nightclub in Paris. The exclusive interview also features questions from massive cultural icons including Brian Eno, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Agnes B, Christian Louboutin, John Currin, Jonas Mekas, Russell Brand, Jake and Dinos Chapman and John Waters.
Also turning his hand to nightclubbery, fashion’s reigning king of camp goth Rick Owens sheds some light on the hedonistic history behind his new afterhours venue, the Spotlight. Elsewhere in the issue, movie siren/effortless style icon Chloe Sevigny reveals her new raven-haired femme fatale look (and a lot more besides!) in this issue’s centrefold shoot.
The best of the Autumn/Winter fashion features Hedi Slimane, Alasdair McLellan, Jack Pierson, Daniel Jackson, Boo Geroge and Benjamin Alexander Huseby. Also in this issue is the Gentleman’s Digest, Watches and Products sections by David Hughes, plus an exclusive Louis Vuitton Special set in Africa, and an interview with the brand’s new Men’s Style and Studio Director Kim Jones. In this season’s essay – L’Homme Fatal – Tim Blanks explores the seductive allure of deadly men like Helmut Berger, Alain Delon and Pierre Clementi.
Plus… the ‘King of New York Clubs’ Peter Gatien on his time in the limelight; graphic design legend Peter Saville opens up his archive of dirty pictures; murder à la mode with Dario Argento and Trussardi; literature’s bad boy Dennis Cooper discusses his Style Icon, and the magus of occult cinema Kenneth Anger swoons over silver screen sex symbol Rudolph Valentino.