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Issue 08 Spring/Summer 2023
Featuring an original cover by the artist Nigel Peake, Issue 08 focuses on the little changes and modest joys of daily life. Highlights include glimpses of Melbourne’s charms, LA artisans, and Barcelona’s art scene.
Issue 07 Autumn/Winter 2022
This issue asks: What makes certain old things feel so fresh? Featuring perspectives from London creatives, the classic styles of Harvard students, and dialogues with John Pawson and Maiko Kurogouchi. Cover designed by katazome dyeing artist Keita Miyairi.
Issue 06 Spring/Summer 2022
Issue 06 meditated on the joys of wearing clothes. Inside, you’ll find stories about stylish New Yorkers and young Californian surfers, interviews with Sofia Coppola and Shingo Kunieda, and a special feature made in partnership with Australian magazine frankie.
Issue 05 Autumn/Winter 2021
Organised from a local, neighborhood perspective, this issue is packed with a variety of content, from glimpses of everyday life in London, Austin, and Norway to interviews with Jonathan Anderson and architectural practice Herzog & de Meuron.
Issue 04 Spring/Summer 2021
Our fourth issue, which took the theme of “Find Your Healthy,” features a fresh, pop-inspired cover illustration from illustrator Mizumaru Anzai. Compiled in the spirit of good health, this issue includes an interview with Haruki Murakami, who has collaborated with UT.
Issue 03 Autumn/Winter 2020
Our third issue, entitled “Our Tomorrow,” was organised around the theme of sustainability. As exemplified by our down recycling program, which started the same season as this issue, we considered what needs to be done today for a better tomorrow, and for a brighter future.
Issue 02 Spring/Summer 2020
Our second issue focused on the theme of “Livable Cities.” Exploring destinations all over the world, from Tokyo and Kyoto to Copenhagen, Hawaii, New York, and Cuba, we considered livable cities and the people who live there, as well as their relationships to clothing.