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In the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s, the free-spirited and bohemian anti-jetset all placed their faith in one magazine: Holiday. This alternative travelogue was a cult bible among those seeking an edgier take on the world beyond their borders, and in its heyday featured contributions from such literary luminaries as Jack Kerouak and Ernest Hemingway, and photographic savants Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa. Now, some 37 years after the last issue was published, a team of passionate fans have resurrected the title for a new era.

Led by Franck Durand – French art director for Balmain, Isabel Marant and Zanotti, no less – the new, reinvigorated incarnation of Holiday will be launching at Parisian über-boutique colette on April 5 and will feature a mixture of travel journalism, photography, fashion and other lifestyle editorial around the theme of “69.” Get a sneak peek of what’s inside via the exclusive photos above or pick up a full a copy ahead of your next trip from their official website.

Words by AJ Gwilliam
Features Editor

Proud Brit. Pathologically addicted to white trainers (AKA "sneakers").

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