Hello World: Introducing the S/S19 Issue of Another Man

This season, Another Man orbits planet Earth for a global gathering of creativity and positivity. With shoots from around the world, this issue is a soulful celebration of the world we live in, real and unreal...

ASHTON SANDERS fronts two powerful covers, photographed by Ethan James Green and styled by Alister Mackie. Inside, the 23-year-old actor charts his evolution from LA child misfit to leading man on a mission. In a second pair of iconic covers, photographer Keizō Kitajima and stylist Ellie Grace Cumming hit the streets of Tokyo to capture the fantasy-futurism of the DIOR Pre-Fall 2019 collection. Menswear artistic director KIM JONES tells Tim Blanks about his lifelong obsession with the land of the rising sun.

Inside, an exclusive 16-page GUCCI project and pull-out poster sees self-portrait artist CHRISTOPHER SMITH create a gallery of mythical characters inhabiting ancient maps, and artist HISHAM AKIRA BHAROOCHA conjures a new Map of Love. Split across New York and London, photographer CASPER SEJERSEN shoots a portfolio of young activists each calling for change, justice and acceptance, united in the belief of a better tomorrow. British menswear boy wonder CRAIG GREEN opens up his archive for a special shoot and discusses the sacred, profound and down-to-earth influences behind his vision. Designer GRACE WALES BONNER introduces an exclusive project with photographer NICK SETHI exploring the frenetic beauty of Rajasthan. And legendary prog-rock painter ROGER DEAN presents a hand-selected gallery of fantasy landscapes to slip inside.

Plus: a 32-page Earth document featuring the swashbuckling adventures of Bali’s resident adventurer DR LAWRENCE BLAIR; a cosmic and practical field guide for positive living; stone mandalas, monster movies and psychedelic shamans; the private notebooks of travel writer BRUCE CHATWIN; and an exploration into the outer reaches of interplanetary folk art...

The Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Another Man is on sale from March 14, 2019. Pre-order a copy here.