DELICATE Issue No.14
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PHOTOGRAPHY Maku L贸pez
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PHOTOGRAPHY TIGER TIGER Studio
EDITOR IN CHIEF Olivia Bossert
GRAPHIC DESIGNER Jessica Bailey ONLINE EDITOR Jasmin Rauha
CREATIVE DIRECTOR & COPY EDITOR Megan Breukelman
EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Laura Campbell
Contributors Maku López Xanthe Hutchinson Pascale Weber TIGER TIGER Studio Lisa Loftus Philip Trengove Emma Lavelle Gaëtan Bernede Eva Esia Kailas
Rosa Furneaux Natalia Jhete Guoman Liao Anna Breda minoux Jewellery Zoë Noble Annie Lai Daisy Cooper Tom Buck Roxana Enache
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PHOTOGRAPHY Lisa Loftus
PHOTOGRAPHY Philip Trengove
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Interview: Minoux Jewellery By Olivia Bossert Page 28-31
A Brief History of Lace By Rosa Furneaux Page 90-91 Fire and Earth: Ceramicist Daisy Cooper By Rosa Furneaux Page 106-109
In Bloom By Emma Lavelle Page 60-63
RUFFLES By Lisa Loftus Page 10-19
DARKEST DAWN By Kailas Page 52-59
BALANCE By Annie Lai Page 100-105
ABOVE THE SURFACE By Maku López Page 20-27
METANIOA By Eva Esia Page 64-71
MOON SHINE By Guoman Liao Page 110-115
CANDY COATED By Xanthe Hutchinson Page 32-39
Lightness Come to Me By Philip Trengove Page 72-81
WAR PAINT By Zoë Noble Page 116-121
PADDED WALLS By Pascale Weber Page 40-43
SISTERHOOD By Anna Breda Page 82-89
SILK By Roxana Enache Page 122-127
ICE CREAM By TIGER TIGER Studio Page 44-51
HALCYON By Tom Buck Page 92-99
PHOTOGRAPHY Anna Breda
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Time really does fly when you’re having fun, doesn’t it? I’m not sure how it’s happened, but it’s already been eight months since the release of our last print issue, The Noise Issue. You’re probably wondering why we waited so long for the next release. The truth is that we’re still in the very early stages of building Atlas as a business. After the Noise Issue, we needed to take a step back, re-evaluate what we were doing, and come back with a bang. If you’ve picked this magazine up anywhere outside of the UK, it’s proof that we certainly have. The dream since the very beginning has been to make Atlas available in print worldwide, and with the Delicate Issue, it’s finally happened. We get to share with the world (and Megan even gets to see it in New York!) To celebrate that fact that Atlas is now global, we’d like to invite you to send us photos of you reading your copies. Either tag us on Instagram using the hashtag #readatlas or send us your snaps to firstname.lastname@example.org. You’ll help us to spread the word about the magazine, and we’ll share your images with everyone else as well. Thank you for your constant support. We wouldn’t be here without you. Love, Olivia
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PHOTOGRAPHER ART DIRECTION ASSISTANTS MODEL STYLING HAIR MAKEUP WARDROBE PROP STYLIST PRODUCTION DIGITAL
Lisa Loftus Stephanie Shoemaker Chang Soo Han & Tyler Moriarty Svea Berlie Stephanie Shoemaker Maggie Connolly Craig Honeycutt Albright Fashion Library Sara Foldenauer Island Girl Productions Patrick Armstrong
two Minutes With : Lisa Loftus How did you get into photography?
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TOP & BOTTOMS Vintage SOCKS American Apparel SHOES Paul Andrew
I knew at age 14 that I wanted to be a photographer. When asked by my dad what I wanted for my 16th birthday, I told him that all I really wanted was a 35mm film camera. There was no other option! I always knew that taking photos was exactly what I wanted to be doing.
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PHOTOGRAPHER ASSISTANT MODEL STYLING HAIR & MAKEUP PRODUCT SET DESIGN DIGITAL
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TROUSERS & SHOES Ana Locking BODY Love Stories
Maku López Aritz Rouco Ola @ Z _Blow Models Antonia Payeras Yohana Rojas Mac & Braun Satin Hair Ángela Rodríguez Miguel Barbera
ABOVE THE SURFACE
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DRESS & NECK PIECE Ana Locking
INTERVIEW Olivia Bossert
Interview with: minoux Jewellery
Tell us about yourself.
I grew up on a farm on the Oregon Coast, so I’m a country girl at the core. A summer day spent at a Pacific Northwest river with friends and a picnic is my idea of perfection. I’m mad for shoes, clothes and great design–– but I’m also deeply aware of their environmental and human impact. It’s important to me to honor the age-old human instinct for adornment, but also to make conscious choices about owning fewer, better things that are responsibly made.
How did your interest in jewellery begin?
I had just graduated from college with a degree in political science. I intended to go to law school but was realizing that law wasn’t what I wanted to do. So I saved up for about a year, then spent some time travelling. While in India, I came across a small jewellery stand, and I could see the owners in the back, using an open flame to solder silver. On whim, I asked if they offered lessons, which they did. It was the first time I had ever soldered or made a ring, and I was incredibly struck by the skill of the artisans I learned from, and the laborintensive techniques.
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PHOTOGRAPHY Cel Jarvis
What steps did you take to become a jewellery designer?
Mostly lots of trial and error! It’s been a pretty organic process, with generous advice and input from talented folks along the way.
What does “Minoux” mean?
I chose it because I liked the look of the word written down. But also my understanding is that it’s French plural slang for “kitten,” kind of like pussycat, sometimes with the same slang reference to a woman’s body as in English. It’s great when people reclaim power over words meant to hurt them.
Where do you get the inspiration for your pieces?
Practically every shape I see out in the world automatically gets turned over in my mind as a potential jewelry design, and I like to look at mid-century fabrics for shapes as well. I have a relatively strict guiding principal; only designs that I feel personally excited about wearing make the cut. So for a new collection, I go through the stacks of scrap paper that I’m constantly scribbling ideas on, then reject 98% of ideas as things I probably wouldn’t wear as a go-to piece. It’s the 2% left that make it to the prototype stage, and ideas still tend to shift a lot from that point.
You use recycled silver, bronze and gold for your pieces where you can. Why is it so important to you to do so?
Mining metals has a heavy environmental impact, and I take our collective responsibility to mitigate this as much as possible very seriously.
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PHOTOGRAPHER MODEL STYLING HAIR HAIR ASSISTANT MAKEUP SET DESIGN STUDIO
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JUMPER Laura Sylvester SKIRT Topshop EARRINGS Sophie Cullcandy
FROM United Kingdom
Xanthe Hutchinson Elodie @ The Hive Zoe Hancock Robert Czlapka Pixie Robson Rebecca Anderton Ciara Clark Wearekin
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DRESS Anna Cammish SHOES ASOS
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PHOTOGRAPHY TIGER TIGER Studio
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