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Issue #7

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Titled ‘The Fearless’, Issue 7 takes a darker turn, inspired by those who aren’t afraid to speak their minds. Seven cover models are transformed into ethereal creatures channelling a stylistically dark beauty. Limited edition cover star Banks speaks candidly about how a painful past empowered her to find a happier future while Brooke Candy discusses the power of sexual freedom. Paolo Nutini heats things up when paired with Amber Anderson and David Cronenberg tells us the problem with Hollywood. Fashion takes centre stage; in Use Protection the fearless theme is re-interpreted in an ironic way – Rankin and Hunger’s Creative Director Vicky Lawton mix head braces and riot gear with couture. Our beauty stories are thought-provoking and visceral. This is an issue about individuality, not commerciality.

Issue #6

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For issue six of Hunger, we turned attention to our homegrown talent; right now Britain is on fire. Our Mighty Blighty issue presents 20 collectable covers: from James McAvoy and Jake Bugg to to Ella Eyre and Katie Eary. While Polly Morgan curates our art section, our Speakers’ Corner section includes five unique takes on some essential British quirks and anecdotes. A Dior beauty story sees Ellen Burton transformed into eight iconic British faces while Rankin teams up with Mary Greenwell to showcase the latest beauty collections from Chanel. We headed to the countryside for a Hackett special showcasing a generation of up-and-coming British actors, and then took a trip to the seaside for a swimwear story styled by Kim Howells. There’s a taste, now go get your hands on a copy to see what else Mighty Blighty has to offer.

Issue #5

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Whilst the early twenty-first century is often described as the age of a digital revolution, issue 5 of Hunger celebrates those who are revolutionising culture. The unabashed humour of Rebel Wilson shows that this female actor is utterly fearless, Bryan Ferry revolutionised British rock – Roxy Music introduced a sound and style that was completely original, Chiwetel Ejiofor’s powerful performances and brutal honesty in his roles makes him one of the first British black actors to successfully join the rankings of the Hollywood elite, while Debbie Harry has remained a musical icon for nearly 40 years. In our art section of this issue we chat to the remarkable artist, Eyal Gever as well as the founders of experimental art magazine TOILETPAPER, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, while fashion stories come from Missoni, Prada and Louis Vuitton.

Issue #4

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Issue 4 is the ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ edition, with six dedicated covers: Jessie J, Rita Ora, Gabrielle Aplin, A*M*E, Iggy Azalea and Grimes. Our hard back cover features Crystal Renn, who Rankin shot on Zuma beach Malibu. From the world of TV we asked Holly Willoughby back, this time to interview her friend and This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield; while double act Ant and Dec interviewed each other. From film you’ll find shoots and interviews with the unsharpened Selma Blair, the equally outspoken Juno Temple and the incredibly hardworking Gemma Arterton.

Issue #3

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For the third issue of The Hunger, our cover stars are the leads in the new James Bond film Skyfall; Our favorite 007 Daniel Craig and the insatiable Naomie Harris. Interviewed by Rankin, Daniel talks openly about resisting the media circus of fame and his initial reluctance to take on the role of James Bond because he ‘didn’t want to be thrown into the lion’s den’. For our limited edition hardback, The Hunger choose Heidi Klum, who features in a Bonnie & Clyde inspired shoot. Holly Willoughby makes her Hunger magazine debut showing us she’s more than her on-screen persona lets us believe, all helped with a wash down of tequila filled hipflask she brings on set. From the world of music we have a cluster of artists showcased including Emeli Sande, Tinie Tempah, Kimbra and Charli XCX.

Issue #2

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For the second issue of The Hunger our cover stars are the prolific Italian actress Monica Bellucci and the young Irish actor Robert Sheehan and for our limited edition hardback we shot model Helena Christensen. Inside we spoke to the finest talents in British culture. from fashion designers Katie Eary, Henry Holland, Craig Lawrence, Louise Gray and James Long to art directors Storm Thorgerson and Mark Farrow to artists Polly Morgan and Gilbert & George. In the world of music we spoke to The Black Keys, Theo Parrish and The Gossip to name a few. Juliette Binoche, Werner Herzog, Annabelle Wallis, Tilda Swinton and Toby Kebbell made up our film section while Heidi Klum, Pam Hogg, Jean-Claude Jitrois stood up for fashion.

Issue #1

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Welsh actor Rhys Ifans and intriguing young songwriter Sky Ferreira took to the covers for
 the launch issue of The Hunger. Other highlights of the issue include Terence Stamp on why being shunned by the film industry as a young actor was a blessing in disguise; The Winstone family invite us to their family home for an old-fashioned knees up, Anna Friel grills her friend, folk star Fionn Regan, on what inspires him; and Erin O’Connor divulges why she is finally ready to express her often ignored femininity. For our fashion stories, we shot Kelis, Cheryl Cole, Holliday Grainger, Portia Freeman, Heidi Klum, Milla Jovovich, Giggs and DELS.