To celebrate the 15th anniversary of AnOther Magazine, the publication has created 1000 hand-crafted limited edition issues with a 3D hologram cover featuring Karl Lagerfeld.
The cover was conceived by Dazed Media founder Jefferson Hack and “further strengthens the title’s reputation for pushing the boundaries within traditional print publishing.” The magazine commissioned award-winning holographer and artist Rob Munday to create the 3D portrait of Lagerfeld. The shoot saw Rob take a sequence of 50 high resolution images of Lagerfeld from different angles.
Inside the mag is a 30-page profile of Lagerfeld written by AnOther’s newly appointed editor-in-chief, Susannah Frankel and an edit of six Chanel runway shows from last year shot by Colin Dodgson.
This is the fifth cover released for AnOther’s 15th anniversary issue with other SS16 cover stars including actress Kristen Stewart, supermodel Kate Moss and musicians Bjork and Grimes.
The collectible anniversary SS16 issue is on sale now and an enlarged portrait of the cover is currently being exhibited at Colette in Paris.
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