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MASTHEAD EDITOR IN-CHIEF & FASHION DIRECTOR - ORI LEV PUBLISHER - ORI LEV FEATURES EDITOR - MATT SHEA FASHION EDITOR - KATIA BOLIA BEAUTY EDITOR - DANNY DEFREITAS GRAPHIC EDITOR - JULIA MAZZATI ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR IN-CHIEF - ADAM LONDON FASHION ASSITANT - REBECCA BARNES CALUM CALDWELL FASHION INTERNS - ALICE HARVEY , MICHAEL LAWIS, RENA P. PHOTOGRAPHERS - PHILIPP MUELLER, LIAM LESLISE, ADAM GOODISON, JONATHAN PYRCE, REBECCA THOMAS, BEN BEARDING, KRISTIINA WILSON, CHRISTOPHER HENCH, LING, MARCELLO ARENA. STYLISTS =NICKQUE PATTERSON, MICHELLE CHAMPIGONE, JANINE GROSCHE, MELANIE BRALUT. WRITERS - ALISON COLDRIDGE, TIM INNS, MATT SHEA, KELLY NICKSON.

Born and raised in in Yorkshire, Adam was drawn to the Ben was born and raised in Devon, until moving out of the bright lights of city life in his early twenties. From here he county to further study photography. Now shooting men’s went on to pursue his career in photography. Adam learnt fashion, portraiture and creating fashion films; Ben has shot his craft under the guidance of Nick Knight, before heading for numerous clients and publications. His main inspirations off to pursue his own aesthetic. He likes to work in a graphic come from the work of Willy Vandeperre, Alasdair McLellan and conceptual style, looking for new means and methods and Josh Olins. in his approach to furthering the field of photography in the modern age.

Nickque Patterson is a London based freelance fashion stylist and art director as well Fashion Director of Open Lab Magazine. His introduction to fashion came after a more academic educational background which continues to influence his work. With recognition from the industry, notably Hunger Magazine listing him as one of fashion’s most promising new talents.

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Christopher Hench is an American photographer currently Kristiina Wilson is an NYC based fashion photographer. She likes cats and the library. Recent living and photographing in London. clients include GQ Japan, Esquire Korea, Madame Figaro, The Lab, Nylon and QWHO.

Born in Zürich, Switzerland, based between Paris and London today, has been working for severalPublications like L’Uomo Vogue,Zoo Magazine, Ponytail,1883 Magazine, Men’s Health UK,Bmm Italy, Sang Bleu, Indie Magazine Issue one, GQ Style, Jalouse, I love Fake, Intersection and many more.As well he has been shooting Personalities out of Music Art, Film,Sport and Politics.

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SOME OF THE THINGS U SHOULD REALLY WATCH FOR AT NIGHT...

THEY’RE BACK!

RIOT!

MGMT will be back this summer with their third studio, new self-titled set release album. MGMT’s Ben Goldwasser describes their new album to Rolling Stone as them “not trying to make music that everyone understands the first time they hear it”. The band say that the album will not be for everyone but still is clearly anticipated.

This exhibition held at the Doomed Gallery in Dalston aims to “coincide with the G8 summit” and exhibits photographs from “around the world of political protest and dissent” The photographers include Henry Langston, Justin Leighton, Brian David Stevens and Marc Vallee and promise to include a Q&A at the opening. The Doomed Gallery 15th July Wednesday-Sunday 12-6pm 65-67 Ridley Road Dalston E8 2NP

‘UNKOWN’ Surrounded by forest and beaches Unknown is a brand new festival run by the same who started the warehouse project in Manchester, Hideout festival in Croatia and Field Day in London. They describe the location as a “hedonistic and immersive paradise” within Rovinj. it aimes to ignite imaginations with “design projects, interweaved with some of the most forward thinking music” including live acts as well as Dj sets with a range of accommodation from camping to apartments looking over the sea. Unkown takes place between 10-14th of September, Ticktes r £109 ‘CLUB TO CATWALK’ ‘THE LIGHT OF PARIS’

This book created by Jean-Michel Berts, a renound photographer who has worked on campaigns with Lancome and Dior, is named “the light of Paris”, accompanied by text by the French novelist Pierre Assouline. it promises to show “dream like black-and-white images… following the grands boulevards…and (showing that) the deserted streets of Paris take on a poetic, ethereal quality”.

‘THE HAPPENSTANCE’

The Happenstance bar and restaurant to open on the 26th June will open next door to London’s iconic St Pauls. They describe themselves as “sultry and Stylish that should earn a place in ur little black book” with a striking bar and eating area, a subterranean private dining room, deli, mixology table and florist.

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This exhibition aims to educate you on the “creative explosion of London Fashion in the 1980’s…through more than 85 outfits…showcasing the bold and exciting looks by the most experimental young designers of the decade”. U will see how the club scene influenced a “new generation” of designers including designers John Galliano and Betty Jackson. 10th July 2013-16th February

‘INVICTUS’ Paco Rabanne launches its brand new fragrance for men this summer called ‘Invictus’. its far more “fresher and sportier” with notes of grapefruit, hedione jasmine, ambergris and oak moss in contrast to their previous perfumes and it is due to come out in July 2013. This new scent, which is named after the Latin word for invincible “represents power, synamism and energy” in the shape of a trophy.

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[THE QWHO BOYZ] LONDON’S COOLEST MODEL’S MEET FOR A SHIT-CHAT WITH OUR EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY LIAM LESLIE FASHION DIRECTOR ORI LEV GROOMING BEAUTY EDITOR DANNY DEFREITAS USING BUMBLE&BUMBLE AND TEMPTU FASHION ASSISTANT REBECCA BARNES MODELS JAY @ NEVS , BAILLY @ AMCK , COLVIN @ M+P, KURT @ NEVS, FINN @ AMCK, WILL @ M+P ALL PIECES AMERICAN APPAREL

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23 YEAR OLD JAY @ NEVS HAS BEEN MODELING FOR TWO YEARS. HIS FAVOURITE MODELING EXPERIENCE WAS GOING TO TOKYO FOR TWO MONTHS LIVING IN TOKYO CITY BUT HAS ALSO TRAVELLED TO PARIS AND NEW YORK. APART FROM MODELING U CAN FIND HIM SKATING, MOTORCYCLING AND RUNNING HIS STREET WEAR LIFE STYLE BLOG CALLED FRESHHABITS.CO.UK. WHEN ASKED ABOUT A CRAZY EXPERIENCE HE HAS HAD A NIGHT HE REPLIED BEING RECOGNIZED BY PETER STRINGFELLOW AND BEING INVITED BACK TO HIS BAR.

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MEET FOUR OF LONDON’S MOST AMAZING DESIGNERS PHOTOGRAPHY JONATHAN PRYCE FASHION DIRECTOR & WORDS ORI LEV MODELS JOSE @ AMCK , MARK @ FM

FASHION ASSISTANT CALUM CALDWELL FASHION INTERN REBECCA BARNES

PIECES BY MARTINE ROSE, E.TAUZ, BAARTMENS&SIEGEL & MATTHEW MILLER AW’13

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[MARTINE ROSE] Martine Rose, is one of our favourtie London menswear designers, she Originally started as a Menswear shirting label, British Martine Rose showcased her debut collection of 10 shirts at Black private members club in Soho 2007, and since then has grown to become one of Lonond’s must important designers.

WHAT MADE U GO INTO MENSWEAR? It’s my natural aesthetic, It wasn’t a clear thought process. I designed both with LMNOP (the label I did before), and the womenswear always looked like menswear...so at that point it became clear that perhaps menswear was for me.

TELL US ONE THING ABOUT YOURSELF THAT’S SHOCKING? I wrote off my dad’s car when I was 14, after taking it out for a spin!

WHAT CAN WE EXCEPT TO SEE FROM U IN THE FUTURE? More radical, thoughtful menswear

WHO IS UR MUST INFLUENTIAL PERSON IN YOUR LIFE. My dad

WHEN I SAY NIGHT U THINK? OUT

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[AHOUSEISNOTAHOME] WORDS KELLY NICKSON PHOTO BY YANN STOFER FROM HIS BOOK A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME

NIGHT FACT

NIGHTS ARE SHORTER THAN DAYS ON AVERAGE DUE TO TWO FACTORS. FIRSTLY, THE SUN IS NOT A POINT, BUT HAS AN APPARENT SIZE OF ABOUT 32 ARC MINUTES. SECONDLY, THE ATMOSPHERE REFRACTS SUNLIGHT SO THAT SOME OF IT REACHES THE GROUND WHEN THE SUN IS BELOW THE HORIZON BY ABOUT 34 ARC MINUTES.

W hen i first got an email about, Photograph’s Yann Stoffer first book, i got a little bit excited inside. when we acctully got the book to our office, i really do think i had a sort of an orgsame. The concept of home is as elastic as the meshes of the eighties. A House Is Not a Home is a graphical representation - one which French photographer Yann Stofer has been preprearing in order to illustrate the vulnerability of people in a supposedly homely at the same time dangerous environments. The control context is always something impossible and almost becomes like a nightmare in which nothing can be foreseen. Each and every one of the things that happen to us are the effect of what we want, and the thousand and one variables that welcome us not to live in the anonymity of identity. And it is that idea of a perfectly ordinary life, a simple situation, is what Stoffer wanted to showcase in his work. A House is not a Home takes u on a journy from france to the states, in which Stoffer mangaes to capture pictures that will appeal to any art/trash loving guy or girl, in addition to the breath taking images, u can also find a book composad of text, which is meant to give an added volume to Yann’s work. The book which is written by Julien Perez, sits perfectly with the images, and defaintly succedes in giving that added volume, to quate my favourite bit ‘Inside the car, the subjects are still visiable, as the landscape drifftes by and they pick up spped.’

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MEET A STAR BRAND ON THE RISE PHOTOGRAPHY PHILIPP MUELLER FASHION MELANIE BRALUT MODELS TAMY AND THEO @ SUCCSES LAB

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SOME ITEMS U REALLY MUST HAVE IN YOUR WARDROBE!

APC SUNGLASSES £159

NIGHT FACT BURBERRY PRORSUM DERBY SHOES £595 IN LITERATURE, NIGHT AND THE LACK OF LIGHT ARE OFTEN COLOR-ASSOCIATED WITH BLACKNESS WHICH IS HISTORICALLY SYMBOLIC IN MANY CULTURES FOR VILLAINY, NON-EXISTENCE, OR A LACK OF KNOWLEDGE.

PIERRE HARDY POUCH £159

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QWHO’s FEATURES EDITOR MATT SHEA GOES PARTYING HARD! AND TALKS ABOUT HIS EXPRINCE IN A LONDON AFTER HOURS...

WORDS MATT SHEA PHOTOGHRAPHY MICHEELLE PIEGE

Fuck the sun.

Fuck knows. But it felt great. The next minute I was out in the smoking area, sucking on a cigarette like it was God’s own dick. Everything was going perfectly.

I’m sure there was a time when it was important: maybe in the 60s when they used to party in fields or on farms and the music made you dreamy and tired instead of sexy and accelerated. Those days looked pretty fun, but unless you’re an ageing bassist in a Hawkwind cover band (and if you are, please stop), then they’re completely over.

Until it began to appear on the horizon.

The contemporary hedonist has traded in nature and grass for metropolis and concrete. He’s thrown away his weed in favour of more efficient chemicals and shunned the whimsy idealism of his hippie forefathers for the all-night debauchery of the urban tribesmen. We’re all a clan now, and we meet underneath the moon to do weird things.

I watched with increasing anxiety as the darkness turned into a pale blue glow. There was that face again! But it was less beautiful. Its wrinkles were suddenly visible; its mystery had been taken away.

Weird things like reach for ethereal lasers and rub ice-cubes over each other’s sweat-gleaming bodies. Weird things like gather in dilapidated warehouses to dance among the shadows and industrial grime. The darkness welcomes our actions and it forgives our sins. We’re dirtier. We don’t give a fuck anymore. Just give us another dab and please, for Christ’s sake, don’t stop playing that track.

The sun was beginning to rise.

It was a summer night and Villalobos was doing a secret party at a warehouse in Hackney Wick. And it was sublime. i was fully through the looking glass, my serotonin spiking with each techy high-hat, relentlessly drilling me deeper and deeper into the molten core of my own brain. I felt like the chemicals in my head were having their own little rave, dancing fervently in places they normally shouldn’t be. Would neurotransmitters listen to Villalobos? They’d probably be more into minimal techno…

Soon people would be waking up, going to church. The happiness was sucked out of the air and I felt empty. The sun showed us for what we were. What were we doing with our lives? When was the last time we called our mothers? What time was it? In that moment, the sun wasn’t the giver of life. It was the taker of life. It was the symbol of the 5-day work week: of the endless toil. The sun wanted to enslave us. It wanted to make us drink coffee and read newspapers and sit in offices. “Start saving money for your pension,” the sun said to me, “instead of blowing it all on weekend trips to Berlin.” “Do I have to? Please, sun, I don’t even know what a pension is! Villalobos is still playing inside - can’t we forget about all this? Can’t we have a bit more darkness?” I pleaded. “No. What would your mother say if she saw you now, in those stupid denim cut-offs and greasy hair, sitting cross-legged on the street at four a.m. smoking your tenth cigarette?” “My mother never had any problem with denim cut-offs. You know nothing, sun. Please let me continue raving?” But the sun just laughed. I could feel my good vibes slipping away. I needed darkness. I needed night. The trip was ending, and it felt like the end of the world.

i was seeing sounds and tasting thoughts. A brush of wet skin woke me up from my trance briefly: a beautiful face shone briefly in the dark. Then the bass dropped and I was back. The memory of the face, smiling, flashed repeatedly against the darkness inside my eyes. Each drum kick made another face. i grinned and writhed to the music. My mind shot off excitedly to some other topic. The face faded away.

Then, just as logic began to return to my brain, bathing it in an icy cold bath of reason and responsibility, a fellow raver handed something to me. “Put these on!” he said. i looked down. Sunglasses. Sunglasses! A last line of defence!

The sun, the so-called “giver of life,” is a relic of a bygone era. Like some shit band your dad plays in the car, you can appreciate its aesthetic appeal, but you’d rather not get involved. These days, it’s just a bright, oppressive reminder that the rave can’t last forever. it’s terrifying. If I had my way, I’d never see it. Especially not on weekends. i did see it once, though. I try to forget that time, but all the JD in the world can’t flush the image from my head.

i felt like i had melted into a liquid and the music had me at its mercy - oscillating me back into different solid shapes. Each time I opened my eyes I was somewhere different. iwas something different. What were my limbs doing? Who was I talking to?

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I quickly donned them and was welcomed by the return of night.

I was back. I was dancing with a new tribe now: the after-hours tribe. These were my brethren, and, armed with our trusty sunglasses, we moved from after-party to after-party, making the sun our bitch. Only when that bright slave-master in the sky went to bed again did we finally call it in.

If you’re ever out late and you feel the sun starting to kill your vibes, don’t be afraid to join us. The after hours are the sexiest hours, all you’ve got to do is put on your sunglasses and stop giving a fuck.

From that day on I never saw the sun again (if I could help it). I’d learned the true secret of London: that the party never stops if you don’t want it to. London is a city where the zombies come out. It’s a city of after-hours partiers; people who have the stamina and the assertion to say, “fuck you” to the sun and keep on dancing. These are my people now. You can find us bopping shoulders in dirty corners, armed with sunglasses and endless energy, or shirtlessly wandering the backstreets of Brick Lane, soundtracking our descent into insanity with a four-hour Ben UFO mix. After-hours partiers are the real partiers. The first eight hours of the rave only serve to cut away the ones who can’t handle it. So what if we sometimes wake up in an unknown bathroom, desperately picking chunks of vomit from the fur of someone’s cat before they notice it? So what if we don’t know what day of the week it is? Does Dalston even have days of the week? Virginia Woolf, the author London should be most proud of, said about one of her after-hours saunters through inter-war London: “The evening hour gives us the irresponsibility which darkness and lamplight bestow. We are no longer quite ourselves. As we step out of the house on a fine evening between four and six, we shed the self our friends know us by and become part of that vast republican army of anonymous trampers, whose society is so agreeable after the solitude of one’s own room.”

I wish Virginia Woolf were born a century later so I could take her to XOYO. She’d find plenty of anonymous trampers there. That “irresponsibility which darkness and lamplight bestow” has always been the dark force that keeps London moving. If Oscar Wilde were alive today, you can bet your money he’d be taking ecstasy in Hackney warehouse parties instead of opium in Shadwell opium dens. Actually, he still might be taking opium in Shadwell opium dens (do those still exist? If anyone has the lowdown, please shout me).

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CALUM CALDWELL SITS DOWN TO A CHAT WITH RISING MENSWEAR STAR MOSHION ALI, WHO TALKS ABOUT THE TRANSITION FROM SPORTS TO FASHION, THE AMAZING LIAM LESLIE CAPTURES SOME IMAGES OF HIS AW’13 COLLECTION.

PHOTOS LIAM LESLIE | WORDS AND FASHION CALUM CALDWELL | MODELS OLIVER @ AMCK ,

MEET MOSHIN ALI A GRADUATE OF LONDON COLLEGE OF FASHION INTO HIS FIFTH SEASON. HE DESCRIBES HIMSELF AS “SO UN FASHION” REMINISCING OF HIS FOOTBALL ENTHUSIAST BEGINNINGS AND, A DESIGNER WHO DESCRIBES HIS APPROACH TO DESIGN AS TRADITIONAL YET TECHNICAL WITH A FASCINATION WITH THE SILHOUETTE.   

HAVE U ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN DESIGN? At a young age i wanted to be a Stunt Man like ‘The Fall Guy’ (a 80’s series for those who can remember). Then i was scouted to play football so my attentions turned to that until i damaged my knee. i have to give my brother and older friends credit for my interest in design, well at that point it was designer cloths which i think evolved as i got older for all things beautiful!

WHAT MADE U CHOSE MENSWEAR OVER WOMEN’S ? it’s not a choice, i feel developing the mens to begin with comes more naturally to me. The idea is to grow the mens at a steady pace then hopefully get involved in a little womens.

WHERE DO U LOOK FOR INSPIRATION , IS THERE ANYONE INSPIRING IN YOUR LIFE?

There’s no set places, i could be running along the london canals thinking and something comes to me or just having a little time reflecting.

WHAT INSPIRED THE LATEST COLLECTION? AW13 was my love of Muay Thai (Thai boxing) SS14 is the Flight of Icarus.

TELL US ONE SHOCKING THING ABOUT YOU? i’m so un-fashion

WHEN I SAY NIGHT U THINK....? NIGHT!

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[NIGHT IS STREET] PHOTOGRAPHY BEN BREADING FASHION DIRECTOR ORI LEV MODELS BEAU @ M+P MODELS FASHION ASSISTANT CALUM CALDWELL FASHION INTERN REBECCA BARNES ALL PIECES JUUN J.

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POLO ALAN PAINE

[LIGHT THE NIGHT] PHOTOGRAPHY ADAM GOODISON FASHION NICKQUE PATTERSON GROOMING MOLLY PORTSMOUTH USING NUDE RETOUCHING FAY ELIZABATH HARPAM MODELS JAZZ @ AMCK , BRIAN @ FM MODELS PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANTS LUKE ATKINSON & TINATIN

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[A NIGHT OUT] PHOTOGRAPHY REBECCA THOMAS FASHION DIRECTOR ORI LEV HAIR BEAUTY EDITOR DANNY DEFREITAS USING BUMBLE&BUMBLE AND BABYLISS MAKE UP MOLLY ATKINSON MODELS JACK & RYAN @ AMCK AND JON @ FM. FASHION ASSISTANT REBECCA BARNES

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[DRIVE IN...NIGHT] PHOTOGRAPHY KRISTIINA WILSON FASHION MICHELLE CARIMPONG GROOMING JESSI BUTTERFIELD @ EXCLUSIVE ARTISTS MODELS ASH STYMEST @ SOUL

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[THE CULT OF THE NIGHT] PHOTOGRAPHY CHRISTOPHER HENCH @ GOD&MAN FASHION DIRECTOR ORI LEV GROOMING BEAUTY EDITOR DANNY DEFREITAS USING BUMBLE&BUMBLE & TEMPTU MODELS REIS @ STORM & KURT @ FM FASHION ASSISTANT CALUM CALDWELL FASHION INTERN REBECCA BARNES ALL PIECES YOHJI YAMAMOTO HOMME AW’13

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[NIGHT’S MY MUSE] PHOTOGRAPHY LIANG PRODUCER COCO FASHION JANINE GROSCHE GROOMING IVY LEUNG MODEL KRYSTOF SMIDL @ SUPERMODA MANAGMENT

ALL PIECES PATH AW’13

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Night has fallen... QWHO first bday issue, brings u everything wonderful & destructive in the east London night, from insane raves to a four...

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