THE MAGIC ISSUE
Cover stars Hari Nef, Greta Gerwig, Christopher Bailey and David Blaine
What is Magic? For this issue TTA has endeavored to capture magic in its many elusive forms and manifestations. Following witch hunters in Massachusetts and vampire tourists in Romania, climbing the sacred Cascades in California and hunting for chimerical artifacts. This journey leads to some of the dark alleyways in art and literature, creating contacts with spirits from the past, from New York to Stockholm—and with others who belong very much to the present.
Hari Nef by Julia Hetta
In a stunning fashion editorial by Julia Hetta, we learn about Hari Nef´s supernatural leanings including her identification as a witch, and her belief in the magical properties of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks
Greta Gerwig by Collier Schorr
Greta muses on the nature of religion and spirituality as well as the process of creating her directorial debut “Lady Bird”, together with a beautiful series of portraits by Collier Schorr.
Christopher Bailey by Juergen Teller
English designer Christopher Bailey, opened the doors for an exclusive visit at his London home to discuss his highly anticipated new collection at Burberry, intimately lensed by Juergen Teller
David Blaine by Juergen Teller
In a conversation on Native American hallucination methods, reanimating corpses, surviving encounters with sharks and using magic on hostile politicians, we ask Blaine the question: What is magic to him? Blaine’s answer is simple, deceptive, and in the end as enigmatic as magic itself: “I look for things that I think would be impossible, and then I figure out a way to make them real.”
The Travel Diary – “BLAINE BLAINE BLAINE” – by Juergen Teller
Produced in collaboration with legendary magician David Blaine on his first ever US tour, this issue includes the second edition of The Travel Diary by Juergen Teller. A 64-page tour de force in which both Blaine & Teller present their very own take on magic . . .
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