Today we release issue seven of Stylenoir. But this issue is rather different, after over three years of putting out the print magazine, we felt it was time to make some changes to reflect the incredible content of our contributors and talent.
The entire magazine has been redesigned with a new slicker, cleaner layout, something we’re excited about, unifying our contributors. But most importantly is the logo change. The new logo represents the boundary line that Stylenoir sits on between luxury fashion and dark culture. The colour will change per issue, representing that issues internal creative vision.
With that out of the way, on to the most important of all, the content. We’re really excited to have Craig Roberts on the cover of Stylenoir Magazine for issue seven. The actor and director is a rising powerhouse, that is currently involved of some brilliant creative works. His latest is Red Oaks Season Two available exclusively on Amazon Prime.
It was also an absolute pleasure to sit down with Daphne Guinness for this issue. The fashion and arts icon is now releasing more of her ‘Optimist In Black’ album, the interview is not to be missed, touching on music, life after death, and of course the appropriation of black within fashion.
With the current meteoric rise of personal brands, and the complete disruption of media by the same, perhaps one of the most this issue is Matt McGuire. An insanely talented professional drummer, who has taken to YouTube to compose his own EDM drum covers. With over 300,000 subscribers, and a plethora of high energy, Matt is one we just can’t take our eyes off.
We also see editorials by Taylor Horne, Benn Healy, Ryan Bater, Merry Phillips and Ekaterina Belinskaya. From the black sands of Iceland, to the exquisite headpieces of the ‘Warrior Princess’.
All this and much more including Kat Von D Beauty, Chelsea Wolfe, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Wioleth, Fenty x Puma and Ouija: Origin of Evil.