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Another Man – Issue 30

Fronted by Jake Gyllenhaal, the Summer/Autumn 2020 ‘High Art Pop Culture’ issue of Another Man is dedicated to guest editor Jo-Ann Furniss’ heroes – from Miuccia Prada, Don McCullin and Sterling Ruby, to Rick Owens, Bryan Ferry and Peter Saville

“This issue mainly features people I have worked with, interviewed and known over the years, many of whom are my friends and most of whom are my great heroes – they are the reason I work in magazines and the fashion industry in the first place,” Furniss writes in the introduction to the issue. “All of them I think also say something about the here and now: the 20s. They are all icons of High Art Pop Culture.”