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Fashion Made Me Hardcore: the autumn-winter 2019 issue is here!

Our autumn-winter 2019 issue looks into the shadows, showcasing the creatives who go harder than anyone

As she fronts our first cover ahead of her turn in Luca Guadagnino’s new tv series, all-time cult icon Chloë Sevigny reflects on self-image in the age of the internet and taking her singular vision behind the camera, shot by Harley Weir and styled by Robbie Spencer in the Simone Rocha collection she walked in. She covers our issue alongside breakout on-screen outsider Earl Cave, who discusses playing two very different rebel teens and impromptu punk gigs with his screen mates, alongside a cosmic shoot by Jack Davison. K-pop star and 2018 Dazed100-winner Holland, who, as the genre’s first out gay performer, is confronting its sometimes complicated relationship with queerness meets fellow former Dazed100er, Leslie Zhang. On our fashion covers, we celebrate Riccardo Tisci’s reimagining of Burberry AW19, while a special Comme des Garcons cover cast by Midland Agency takes it back to the show that inspired it all. 

Elsewhere in the issue, Kim Gordon reflects on her relationship with corporate California ahead of her first evel solo album, No Home Record, while Euphoria’s breakout baddie Barbie Ferreira talks about the vulnerability of her debut role as internet dominatrix, Kat. Midsommar’s Isabelle Grill discusses her psychedelic role and embracing taboos on screen, and more!

Chloë Sevigny photographed by Harley Weir, styled by Robbie Spencer

Earl Cave photographed by Jack Davison, styled by Robbie Spencer

Holland photographed by Leslie Zhang, styled by Robbie Spencer

Maike Inga photographed by Sean&Seng, styled by Elizabeth Fraser-Bell

Jules Leroy photographed by Paolo Roversi, styled by Robbie Spencer