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No other magazine combines men’s tastes in style, culture and commentary as powerfully as PORT. Bringing together an international group of award-winning editors, art directors, stylists and writers, along with a stellar cast of contributing editors including Jon Snow, Hanif Kureishi, Samantha Morton and Ferguson Henderson, PORT is the magazine for the man interested in the world around him.
From style, travel, design and living, to architecture, literature, entertainment and global issues, PORT provides genuinely engaging content for curious minds.
Issue 20 of Port is a tribute to New York – a city that looms large in politics and popular opinion and larger still throughout style, culture and design. In it, we have gathered people and portrayals as big as the Big Apple itself.
Mounting a successful return to New York, our cover star for issue 20 is Brooklyn-born artist Julian Schnabel, who speaks to Kyle Chayka about his reputation as “the carnival man of contemporary art”, his recent exhibition at Pace Gallery and a film in the works.
From water towers to fire escapes, our design editor Will Wiles and photographer Robin Broadbent explore New York’s architectural motifs in a sprawling 38-page photo essay.
We also meet Peter Westbrook, the first black fencer to win an Olympic medal and founder of the Peter Westbrook Foundation, which uses fencing to enrich the lives of disadvantaged youths.
In our design still-life shoot, styled by Alex Petsetakis, New York-native birds from the Wild Bird Fund are photographed with organic designs including an Eames mobile for Vitra and a silver branch broach from Louis Vuitton.
Richard Meier, one of the 20th century’s most iconic architect’s and part of the New York Five, invites us into his office and to discuss his body of work and how he is branching out from his love of white-walled modernism.
Issue 19 of Port marks the second part of our fifth anniversary celebration. In it, we meet the people and personalities at the vanguard of their industries, be it style, culture or design, and hear about their unique vision for the future of their craft.
From Boyhood to fatherhood, PORT gets a rare glimpse into the life and mind of the cult-film star Ethan Hawke, who talks to Rachel Syme about maturing as an artist, family, and his passions beyond the silver screen.
Photographer Frédéric Lagrange captures arresting landscapes and remarkable characters – from camel herders to the congregations flocking to its monolithic churches – in a journey into the heart of Ethiopia.
Our new design editor, Will Wiles, meets the venerable John Pawson – the British architectural designer charged with crafting London's new design museum, set to open in Autumn 2016.
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