• The New Order - #27 - Thundercat


The New Order - #27 - Thundercat

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We are delighted to announce the release of THE NEW ORDER issue 27 (autumn/winter 2022). The identity and vision of the bi-annual publication is reflected by the diversity of both talent and content alike; This growing collective continues to extend the scope of the magazine’s global influence.

THE NEW ORDER ISSUE 27 features two covers:

THUNDERCAT is the first, photographed by Adam Titchener. The story provides a great insight into the world and unique personality of THUNDERCAT emphasized by an insightful interview with the artist.

The second cover, shot by James Oliver features famed actor Sung Kang. Kang and Japanese sneaker empire atmos make for a distinctive editorial shot in Tokyo. Furthermore Oliver sat down with Kang to discuss his world in Hollywood and his perception of the world.

Featured content in this issue:

GEEK OUT STORE, shot by the talented Kenichi Yamaguchi this editorial features GEEK OUT STORES Chokan’s extensive collection of Stone Island and C.P. Company. POST ARCHIVE FACTION (PAF) is making big moves with its unique take on technical apparel design so we created an editorial shot by James Oliver; musician GOYA GUMBANI is shot by Adam Titchener in London; SOFTMACHINE who is celebrating its 20th anniversary is photographed by James Oliver and features several friends of the label. We look at the LIBERAIDERS collection with Mei Yong documenting his trip to California. We got the unique opportunity to look at youth culture in Palestine through the lens of Maen Hammed and words of Samia Qaiyum with a piece entitled LANDING ON STOLEN LAND. Japanese label ENTS aka EASY NOT TO SELL makes for a distinctive editorial and read with MIDORIKAWA designer Taku Midorikawa taking ownership of the design process from the autumn/winter 2022 collection. Furthermore, the likes of Age Factory and IZ all make for interesting think pieces for the issue while we looked at the collaboration between ALEXIS GROSS and FLAGSTAFF. Another noteworthy editorial is the DANCE UNTIL DAYLIGHT, an article that provides a very unique insight into the underground Tokyo club scene with an abundance of well known people featured.