Holiday #391


Issue 391. Istanbul.

Travel, Fashion

Holiday wants to capture the essence, the aesthetic demands and the sense of journalistic adventure. A mixed magazine, blending fashion and reporting, Holiday remains demanding regarding both pictures and stories. Main stories are written by top names, journalists or writers.

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Issue 391. The Istanbul Issue.

In this issue:
In its pages, the writer Emma Becker delivers her account of a memorable journey to Istanbul. The designer Hussein Chalayan and the artist Server Demirtaş share their thoughts in interviews. The photographer Sabiha Çimen describes the inspirations for some of her unique images, while the journalists Jenna Scatena, Jennifer Hattam and Rüzgar Mehmet Akgün delve into the stories behind the legendary Turkish baths, the Grand Bazaar and nightlife in Beyoğlu.

Alongside them, the photographers Felipe Romero Beltrán, Olivier Kervern, Alessandro Furchino Capria and Mario Sorrenti offer up their visions of the city once known as Byzantium and Constantinople, while Anthony Seklaoui recreates a Levantine fantasy, Takashi Homma creates an aesthetic bridge between Japan and Turkey, and Jean Marie Del Moral reflects on the everlasting presence of the last great Ottoman palaces.

On February 6, terrible earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northwestern Syria. This catastrophic event shattered the lives of millions of people, with tens of thousands of victims, and wiped out entire towns.

And, at the time of writing, the same areas and populations have now been subjected to deadly floods, which have taken dozens of lives. Faced with such destruction, sadness and fear, it has never been more difficult to complete an issue of Holiday.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 34 × 27 × 2 cm


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