Leon Magazine Issue 4 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. A study of class, culture, and gastronomy, The Class Issue asks questions and seeks answers. It does not revel in sensationalism but presents class through an independent lens – freely and honestly across borders. It explores class as a characteristic, a social denominator, and a ranking and aims to capture a moment in a time of watersheds, barricades and intertwinement of good and bad taste.
Lobster used to be poor man’s food and white bread morphed from gourmet to garbage over the span of a few hundred years. Class sounds like an archaic concept – but if it is obsolete, why do we see traces of it in everything around us?
The team behind this issue of the magazine includes more than 20 designers, chefs, writers and photographers.
Leon magazine is an independent food and culture publication from Helsinki (Finland) with a weakness for fashion. The team behind each issue of Leon magazine includes more than 20 designers, chefs, writers and photographers. The magazine is published biannually.