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August/September 2012 Issue out now!

The August/September 2012 issue is the twenty third issue of Auxiliary, a magazine dedicated to alternative fashion, music, and lifestyle. This issue features an interview with Amanda Palmer, an interview with Yeasayer, an interview with x-Rx, a designer spotlight on Gloomth, an icon feature on Vampira, a brick and mortar feature on Plastik Wrap’s new boutique We Are Radar, and Sophie Nova as our PinUp. The issue also contains a rebellious youth men’s fashion editorial, a fine art inspired women’s fashion editorial, a revisited cybergoth aesthetic beauty editorial, a beauty editorial featuring Rockeresque Beauty Co., and a villainous style article. It features photography by Kim Akrigg, Sequoia Emmanuelle, Derwei Chan, H. James Hoff, Saryn Christina, Ian Gattie, and Bailey Northcott and features fashions by Abigail Greydanus, Adala Latex, Dr. Martens, S&G Clothing, David C Wigley, Norderm Hirst, WES MiSENER, Zoa Chimerum, Beserk, edmdesigns, DylaniumKnits, Fluevog, Jeffrey Campbell, and much much more.

You can download it for free at :
www.auxiliarymagazine.com/issue23/AuxiliaryMagazineAugust12.pdf

Print copies are available for purchase online at :
www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/424317
And for purchase in stores at :
www.auxiliarymagazine.com/distribution

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9 comments on “August/September 2012 Issue out now!”

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  2. This edition is the more “high alternative” fashion than ever, seems almost mainstream art-fashion mags. I miss the underground touch in creative editorials that only you know how to make! =)

  3. Thanks for the feedback Kate V!

    How do you feel this issue is less underground, can you compare it to editorials in the past you feel had that? I think all we’ve changed is changing with the alt trends developing each issue. Would love more insight! We aim to please!

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