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TI PREVIEW: HOLIDAY MAGAZINE # 374 : THE SCOTTISH ISSUE

The taste, the design, the body of contributors  is that proverbial #everything .The taste, the design, the body of contributors is that proverbial #everything .

Please see a first look of the second issue of Frank Durand's relaunch of, "Holiday" magazine. Built around a theme after TI's own heart (and dedicated lifestyle)…the ideal of travel as a lifestyle, I just want to say this publication, the taste, the design, the contributors is that proverbial #everything .

Pour son 374ème numéro, le magazine Holiday a choisi de porter son regard, ou plutôt ses regards, sur l’Ecosse. Irvine Welsh – auteur de Trainspotting – le styliste Joe McKenna, Stella Tennant, Isabella Cawdor, Jean Campbell ou encore James Robertson s’invitent dans ses pages pour dire et montrer leur terre natale, tandis que l’écrivain Tristan Garcia y raconte son voyage dans l’Archipel des Orcades, en quête de l’île idéale. Egalement partis du côté des Scottish Borders ou des Hébrides intérieures, dans la droite lignée des grands périples esthétiques chers à Holiday, les photographes Karim Sadli et Josh Olins pourchassent l’essence de l’âme écossaise jusque dans son décor. A leurs côtés, l’artiste Leigh Wells expose ses collages au cœur de la revue, mais aussi sur sa couverture.

For its 374th issue, Holiday magazine chose to focus on Scotland. Irvine Welsh - Trainspotting's author -, stylist Joe McKenna, Stella Tennant, Isabella Cawdor, Jean Campbell or James Robertson are invited in its pages to show and tell their native land, meanwhile writer Tristan Garcia tells about his trip to the Orkney Islands, in a quest for the ideal island. Photographers Karim Sadli and Josh Olins, also went near the Scottish Borders and the Inner Hebrides, in the true lineage of great aesthetical journeys dear to Holiday, pursuing the essence of the Scottish soul and decor. By their side, artist Leigh Wells showcases her collages in the heart of the magazine but also on its cover.

Taste is a dictatorship.

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