THE BOSS ISSUE OUT VERY SOON

For our new issue, photographer Yu Tsai shot two cover stories exclusively for Contributor Magazine featuring two of today's leading ladies in fashion and cinema, supermodel Hilary Rhoda and wonderful actress Chloe Grace Moretz. Our third cover story stars Emmanuelle Seigner, the brilliant French cult actress and musician shot by Magnus Magnusson a Fall afternoon in Paris. We hope you'll enjoy our new issue exploring the theme Boss! Out in just a couple of days.

BY Antonia Nessen06-Dec-13 11:36Comment
SHORT STORY: HAIRCUT

"I think I should cut your hair. It's getting too long and you have too many curls and its only going to get tangled especially if it keeps raining." A short story by Hallie Elizabeth Newton from our latest issue. Portrait by Maxime Ballesteros. Click to read it all.

BY Hallie Elizabeth Newton14-Jul-13 16:02Comment
BEAUTY: THE SECOND MIND

A closer look at The Second Mind, a beauty story from our latest issue. Photography by Boe Marion, beauty by Anya de Tobon and fashion by Robert Rydberg. Click for details.

BY Anya de Tobon08-Jul-13 15:46Comment
INTERVIEW: GASPAR NOE

Gaspar Noe is known for exploring what lies under the surface through the darker side of human experience and psychology. He has been called a genius and a provocateur and the intensity of his films leaves his audiences with mixed emotions - many are enthusiastic or surprised, others anxious or confused. With sincere openness, the accomplished Buenos Aires-born auteur speaks to Sophie Caby about the relationship between the body and mind. Portrait by P.J. van Sandwijk. Click to read the Interview.

BY Sophie Caby05-Jul-13 22:47Comment
BEAUTY STORY: DESIRE, DESPAIR

From our Head Piece Issue. Photography by Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones, hair by beauty editor Ali Pirzadeh and fashion by Anna Trevelyan. Click for details.

BY Ali Pirzadeh17-Jun-13 13:56Comment
ARTICLE: THE REWARD SYSTEM

"Just like all other vertebrates, our brains have a reward system. The reward system ensures that you enjoy doing things that are necessary for you as an individual and for the survival of your species". The Swedish chef takes a closer look at brains, with the help of a master chef and a professor of neuroscience. Click to read the whole article.

BY The Swedish Chef12-Jun-13 17:43Comment
ARTICLE: BOHEMIANS OF THE PAST

Fashion is riddled by contradictions, defined by the constant tension between surface and content, reaching into the future by continuously reinventing its past. This paradox was especially present during the turn of the last century, when rural and pre-industrial life swiftly (but in no way easily) gave way to a more modern existence, defined through urbanity, fashion and new media. By Philip Warkander from the Head Piece Issue. Click to read the whole article.

BY Philip Warkander06-Jun-13 14:10Comment
THE HEADPIECE ISSUE, NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Click here to get your own copy of our latest issue and past magazines.

BY Robert Rydberg29-May-13 13:58Comment
ANOTHER LOOK AT THE HEAD PIECE ISSUE

The latest issue of Contributor Magazine is centered around what goes on inside and outside the head. If you ask a brain specialist, it is obvious that humans ARE their brains. The brain thrives when it is allowed to increase skills and knowledge, then it functions as intended and rewards us so that we feel good. Our own universe is filled up and gets bigger. For the cover story, Yu Tsai shot and interviewed Jared Leto who is about to start a year and a half tour of the entire world. Click for details.

BY Antonia Nessen28-May-13 15:09Comment
HEAD PIECE ISSUE OUT NOW

The new issue is themed "head piece" and is centered around what goes on inside and outside the head. For the cover story, Yu Tsai shot and interviewed Jared Leto in L.A., Sophie Caby met up with director Gaspar Noe in Paris, Maria Ben Saad talked to Caroline Evans about her new book on the first fashion shows, Ann-Sofie Back headed out to the shooting range with a couple of female cops from the Stockholm police force and Tom Greenwood tracked down whatever happened to the harpsichord. The rest of the issue is filled with fiction, neuro science, fetishism, food, quantum mechanics, art and pictures from close to seventy contributors.

BY Antonia Nessen24-May-13 12:41Comment
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