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Infringe magazine Issue 3 is out now. Infringe magazine Issue 3 presents fashion editorials, photo-essays, artworks and interviews, which explore hair across creative disciplines. Issue 3 has five different covers, all created exclusively for Infringe.

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Infringe magazine Issue 3 is out now. Infringe magazine Issue 3 presents fashion editorials, photo-essays, artworks and interviews, which explore hair across creative disciplines. Issue 3 has five different covers, all created exclusively for Infringe.

Inside, you’ll find conversations with hair creatives including colourist legend Annie Humphreys and session star Paul Hanlon, as well as many of today’s rising stars in the industry, including hairdressers, barbers, wigmakers and session workers. Exploring the social and cultural impact of hair, Infringe continues to travel the globe in search of the most intriguing hair stories. Issue 3 includes photographer Tom Skipp and his exploration of the hidden world of the Ukrainian hair trade, anthropologist Emma Tarlo hosting a discussion around the art and politics of afro hair, and a peek at a unique Spanish museum dedicated entirely to hairdressing. We also visit the studios of some of today’s most iconic creatives, including British designer Zandra Rhodes, Spanish hairdresser-turned-artist Lluis Llongueras, and Russian twin doll-makers The Popovy Sisters.

Infringe magazine was founded by hair industry heavyweights Anthony and Pat Mascolo, it started life as an online platform dedicated to showcasing hair creativity in all its forms.

Editor’s Note:
“When we launched our first printed issue of Infringe magazine in 2017, we were so excited to share our ongoing exploration of the vast world of hair culture and creativity. Issue 1 was absolutely packed full of stories focusing on the fringes of our industry, and dug into the lesser-seen elements of the hair world. At the back of our minds we had a niggling worry… would we run out of hair stories to tell? Far from it – we’ve been completely overwhelmed with the wonderful response to the first issue, and the many, many people who have got in touch from all over the world since its release, to share their own hair stories. If anything, it’s made us realise when it comes to the world of hair, we’ve barely even scratched the surface. It was with this in mind that we set off to start Issue 2.”

Contributors

Erika Astrid, Diligence Barbers, Alex Barron-Hough, Alix Bizet, Alex Black, Franck Bohbot, Dylan Chavles, Lois Cohen, Tom Connell, Emma Dabiri, Kieron Fowles, Evanie Frausto, Roberto Greco, Paul Hanlon, Adom Philogene Heron, Annie Humphreys, Jon Jacobsen, Janine Ker, Akin Konizi, Lluis Llongueras, Robert Lobetta, Mrzyk & Moriceau, Muriel Nisse, Raffel Pages, Albert Plekhov, Luisa Popovic, Zandra Rhodes, Derek Ridgers, Marina Roy, Khadija Saye, Indira Schauwecker, Olivier Schawalder, Lauren Carly Shaw, Popovy Sisters, Tom Skipp, Richard Stow, Emma Tarlo, Indiana Roma Voss

Details

296 pages, 310 x 254 mm, weight 1.7 kg, advertising free

Article No. bfinfringemag0003 Published by Infringe Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Weight 2100 g Dimensions 31 × 26 × 4 cm

Infringe magazine Issue 3 is out now. Infringe magazine Issue 3 presents fashion editorials, photo-essays, artworks and interviews, which explore hair across creative disciplines. Issue 3 has five different covers, all created exclusively for Infringe.

Inside, you’ll find conversations with hair creatives including colourist legend Annie Humphreys and session star Paul Hanlon, as well as many of today’s rising stars in the industry, including hairdressers, barbers, wigmakers and session workers. Exploring the social and cultural impact of hair, Infringe continues to travel the globe in search of the most intriguing hair stories. Issue 3 includes photographer Tom Skipp and his exploration of the hidden world of the Ukrainian hair trade, anthropologist Emma Tarlo hosting a discussion around the art and politics of afro hair, and a peek at a unique Spanish museum dedicated entirely to hairdressing. We also visit the studios of some of today’s most iconic creatives, including British designer Zandra Rhodes, Spanish hairdresser-turned-artist Lluis Llongueras, and Russian twin doll-makers The Popovy Sisters.

Infringe magazine was founded by hair industry heavyweights Anthony and Pat Mascolo, it started life as an online platform dedicated to showcasing hair creativity in all its forms.

Editor’s Note:
“When we launched our first printed issue of Infringe magazine in 2017, we were so excited to share our ongoing exploration of the vast world of hair culture and creativity. Issue 1 was absolutely packed full of stories focusing on the fringes of our industry, and dug into the lesser-seen elements of the hair world. At the back of our minds we had a niggling worry… would we run out of hair stories to tell? Far from it – we’ve been completely overwhelmed with the wonderful response to the first issue, and the many, many people who have got in touch from all over the world since its release, to share their own hair stories. If anything, it’s made us realise when it comes to the world of hair, we’ve barely even scratched the surface. It was with this in mind that we set off to start Issue 2.”

Contributors

Erika Astrid, Diligence Barbers, Alex Barron-Hough, Alix Bizet, Alex Black, Franck Bohbot, Dylan Chavles, Lois Cohen, Tom Connell, Emma Dabiri, Kieron Fowles, Evanie Frausto, Roberto Greco, Paul Hanlon, Adom Philogene Heron, Annie Humphreys, Jon Jacobsen, Janine Ker, Akin Konizi, Lluis Llongueras, Robert Lobetta, Mrzyk & Moriceau, Muriel Nisse, Raffel Pages, Albert Plekhov, Luisa Popovic, Zandra Rhodes, Derek Ridgers, Marina Roy, Khadija Saye, Indira Schauwecker, Olivier Schawalder, Lauren Carly Shaw, Popovy Sisters, Tom Skipp, Richard Stow, Emma Tarlo, Indiana Roma Voss

Details

296 pages, 310 x 254 mm, weight 1.7 kg, advertising free

Article No. bfinfringemag0003 Published by Infringe Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · Weight 2100 g Dimensions 31 × 26 × 4 cm
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