Dazed & Confused March Issue: Collections Special

2012: If it’s not exciting, you’re not doing it properly

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For its March issue, Dazed & Confused presents the freshest of the spring collections, with four separate covers featuring the most exciting new faces of the season: Erjona Ala shot by Roe Ethridge, Lara Mullen shot by Ben Toms, Kati Nescher shot by Dan Jackson, and Frida Aasen shot by Sean & Seng. In an epic collaboration, over 50 photographers and stylists produce a season-defining body of work across more than 70 pages.

The magazine has also been redesigned to look to the future after last year’s 20th-anniversary celebrations, with a shift in editorial balance towards more in-depth interviews with iconic names alongside an exciting aesthetic upgrade.

In the issue: Walter Van Beirendonck and artist Erwin Wurm discuss their playful collaboration merging fashion and sculpture; tortured Seattle solo artist Perfume Genius on overcoming his past through his music; and Club 57’s pivotal role in New York’s legendary early 80s art scene. Legendary German photographer Thomas Ruff talks to Dazed about his obsession with compression; south London art collective Lucky PDF kick off a three-month in-magazine art residency; David Lynch introduces his sultry new protégé Chrysta Bell; an encounter with the divisive bass cadet Skrillex; plus the most exciting new art, fashion, film and music for 2012.


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