Accent is a new publication dedicated to sharing firsthand experiences and compelling portraiture. Already established in the online sphere for three years, Accent has proven itself as a source for storytelling through photography, initially manifesting when founders Lydia Garnett and Lucy Nurnberg identified a shared passion for stories about ordinary people with extraordinary stories to tell.

Fittingly, the inaugural issue features narratives from around the world, including a man who ran away with three circuses on three different continents, 15 years of hazy festival photography from Derek Ridgers, and the street kids of Mexico City's Alameda Central Park in 1999. The magazine's cover star is Kia Labeija, a 25-year-old modern day vogue ballroom superstar and HIV activist from New York City.

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