Kinfolk Magazine Issue 23 is out now. Rather than advising how to fill 48 hours, the issue offers insight into why we should fill our weekends, and how doing so can lead to personal fulfillment. From the curious cultural mythologies behind sleep and fashion editorial for looking good on laundry day to interviews with Moses Sumney, Dimore Studio and more, this issue will inspire readers with a fresh outlook on going off-duty.
Kinfolk is a slow lifestyle magazine published by Ouur that explores ways for readers to simplify their lives, cultivate community and spend more time with their friends and family. Founded in 2011, Kinfolk is now the leading independent lifestyle magazine for young creative professionals and also produces international editions in Japan, China, Korea and Russia. Published quarterly, Kinfolk maintains a vibrant contributor base from Copenhagen to Cape Town. Every element of Kinfolk—the features, photography, and general aesthetics—are consistent with the way we feel entertaining should be: simple, uncomplicated, and less contrived. Kinfolk is the marriage of our appreciation for art and design and our love for spending time with family and friends.
- We spend a Saturday in Milan with art collector Rossana Orlandi, and ask a selection of the creative community for their sacred Saturday rituals.
- We pay a weekend visit to Vienna and explore the city with filmmaker Adia Trischler.
- A sift through the archives of the Dance Theatre of Harlem reveals an illustrious history.
- A long-form essay examines the strange mythologies and curious cultural history of sleep.
- Interviews with ascending musicians Cherie Jones-Ma is and Moses Sumney.
- Our latest fashion story explores how to look good on laundry day.
- Musings on the odds of coincidence, the pleasures of listening and the elements of humor.
With a dynamic mix of long-form journalism, interviews and shorter essays, plus concept-driven visual stories and contributors across the globe, the forthcoming issue of Kinfolk Magazine continues to dedicate its editorial to exploring personal values and quality of life.
192 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper. Printed in Canada.