Our Autumn/Winter 2020 edition has hit newsstands.
With the paradigm shift we’ve experienced over the past year, we’re excited to announce a theme for HUNGER’s Autumn/Winter 2020 Issue that we know resonates with these urgent times: DIY. Read on below to check out our cover stars and where you can pick up your very own copy.
We get lippy with Shiseido for a beauty cover that deconstructs traditional makeup boundaries. Dior takes us through the gamut of emotions we’ve felt this year for a 2020-proof beauty cover. Omega explores the enduring power of friendship in a fashion and accessories cover lensed by photographer Danny Lowe.
Taken from “Quicksilver” model Akinbolaji reclaims his unique beauty after surgery to correct scoliosis of the spine in this beauty cover created in collaboration with Beauty Editor Marco Antonio and photographer Jenny Brough.
For her cover story, musician and actor Little Simz speaks to Micha Frazer-Carroll while wearing the latest Chanel Beauty and Fine Jewellery, she discusses her hardest year yet, why family matters and finding motivation amid despair.
Taken from beauty story “Rainbow Hair, Don’t Care”, Schwarzkopf Professional gives us a helping hand to jump onto the ’90s tie-dye trend with psychedelic hair colours for one of our beauty covers.
Rising singer-songwriter and rapper Bree Runway discusses her “superhero” persona, Internet trolls and how therapy has helped her grow as an individual and an artist in an intimate cover story.
Paapa Essiedu appears on our cover, lensed by Rankin in a full Coach outfit. I May Destroy You’s breakout star talks about how London has shaped him, working with Michaela Coel and the behind-the-scenes changes needed to make the entertainment industry more representative.
Also among our DIY Issue cover stars is pop star Kim Petras. Wearing a full look by Coach, the pop star gets candid about moving from small-town Germany to LA, the life-changing importance of trans visibility and her bold next steps.
For actor Malachi Kirby’s cover story, he appears in conversation with Small Axe castmate Letitia Wright. The longtime friends discuss working with Steve McQueen and representing Black British history on screen.
Our digital cover star is Ziwe Fumodoh; the host of Baited with Ziwe and a vital commentator on race in the US. In a candid conversation with fellow comedian Athena Kugblenu, she opens up about navigating the entertainment industry and making powerful people face difficult truths.
Like what you’ve read so far? The DIY Issue is out now, get your own copy here or via selected newsagents.
22 October 2020