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April 20 2014

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2 posts tagged "Josh Olins"

Holiday Is Here Again

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HolidayHere’s to new beginnings. Iconic travel magazine Holiday, whose pages were graced with such bylines as Steinbeck, Kerouac, Didion, and Hemingway before it shuttered in 1977, will relaunch this month. Creative director Franck Durand (who previously lent his keen eye to the likes of Balmain and Isabel Marant) will be heading up the title alongside Marc Beaugé. The publication’s 21st-century debut boasts an Ibizan dispatch from novelist Arthur Dreyfus, photography by Josh Olins (below), and a recherché peek into Inez & Vinoodh’s Manhattan loft. Dubbed “The 69 Issue,” the Fall/Winter 2014 offering, which is currently being celebrated via a window at Colette, draws from the freewheeling sensibilities of 1969. And for those whose tastes for mid-century jet-set glamour aren’t to be sated by print alone, still to come are a café and sister clothing line. Only time will tell, but we’ve got a hunch that where Holiday is concerned, absence does indeed make the heart grow fonder.

Holiday‘s 373rd issue hits newsstands April 5, with exclusive images debuting on Style.com.

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Photo: Josh Olins, courtesy of Holiday 

Suit Up In Opening Ceremony x Adidas Originals

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Now presenting: Opening Ceremony’s ode to Olympic sports. The New York-based retailer first announced its hundred-plus-piece Adidas Originals capsule collection back in January, and at last we have a full look at the nineties street wear-inspired range ($100 to $640). The team at OC took elements from swim and cycling gear, including neoprene parkas, jelly sandals, and water socks, and reinterpreted them to their liking with playful prints. Here, a look the clothes featured in the new Josh Olins-lensed campaign. The debut capsule collection hits OC stores (and the label’s upcoming London store) early next month.

Photos: Josh Olins