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Books & Magazines April, 8 2013

10 Magazines from Around the World for April

Each one of us at Highsnobiety has a unique workspace reflective of our work habits and style. Take Fritz‘s desk for instance. Never in my life have I seen that small of a space occupied by such a staggering amount of magazines, pencil shavings and sketches. I honestly can’t remember the last time I saw his desk nor do I remember what color it is. I want to say white but it could just as easily be black.

To put my mind at ease, I took it upon myself to search for the mysterious platform holding everything up and in the process discovered a variety of magazines I had until then only thumbed through. I still don’t know what color his desk is but now I can at least recommend 10 magazines worth picking up for the month of April. Check out all 10 from around the world below.

New Zealand’s The New Order is a biannual publication focused on the most influential people in fashion, art, culture and lifestyle. The most recent issue features an in-depth interview with visvim founder Hiroki Nakamura. A dozen other photo editorials from brands like COMME des GARCONS HOMME Plus, Pigalle and Saint Laurent are included as well, making this one a no-brainer.

Order your copy here.

Germany’s Some Magazine lies somewhere between design and art. Each issue features a specific topic that is explored in any number of ways. The fifth issue for instance includes actor Rob Lowe and art collective KLUB7 among many others.

Order your copy here.

Based in Amsterdam and London, Fantastic Man is the premier magazine for the modern man. Issue 17 proudly displays pop culture enthusiast Jeremy Dweller on the cover who will represent Great Britain at the upcoming Venice Biennale. A trip to Tokyo is featured as well, blending a fashionable mixture of modernity with tradition.

Order your copy here.

One of the many brilliant publications from the great island nation of Japan, the latest issue of HUgE includes interviews with some of the world’s greatest filmmakers like Leos Carax, Harmony Korine and Quentin Tarantino.

Order your copy here.

With offices in the U.S. and Canada, Inventory explores its founders’ interests which include but are not limited to culture and aesthetics. Mostly an online platform but available biannually as a print magazine, Inventory offers a global perspective on design, craftsmanship and culture.

Pick up the latest issue here.

The latest issue from Los Angeles’ Treats! features an exceptionally long gate fold of model Xenia shot by Samuel Bayer. Focusing mostly on fashion and photography, issue 5 also includes an exclusive story about the billionaire art forger Elmyr de Hory whose 20th century fakes of Matisse, Picasso and Van Gogh almost took down the 20th century art world.

Order your copy here.

Established by the British urban underground in 1998, The Illustrated Ape features the perfect mixture of creative fiction, poetry, illustration and graffiti. All works are 100% original and come from the minds of the staff and readers alike.

Order the latest issue here.

DAMn° launched in 2004 with the goal of reviewing the intersection between art, architecture and design. The latest issue features a wide range of topics from Hurricane Sandy to Pac-Man.

Order your copy here.

In the process of celebrating their 10th anniversary, Believer prides themselves on being a magazine with no set rules to adhere by. Book reviews are often untimely and very long, while interviews are about the same. The focus is without a doubt around books and writers but the editors are given maximum freedom around these topics.

Order the 10th anniversary issue here.

Japan’s POPEYE is a regular around these parts for their exclusive editorials featuring streetwear brands like Supreme. POPEYE brands itself as a “Magazine for City Boys” and that’s exactly what it is.

Order your copy here.

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