Two generations of cult troublemaker collide in the new issue of Dazed, as era-defining star Billie Eilish meets Kids screenwriter and photographer Harmony Korine. And, in a gesture of solidarity with our readers as large parts of the world remain on lockdown, this new issue will mark the first time our print magazine will be made available for free in its entirety online. Because while we may be alone, we are in this together.
Cruising her old LA stomping grounds with the paparazzi in hot pursuit, Eilish speaks with the radical transparency that’s made her a pop star for strange days: revealing both the trouble with becoming a tabloid fixture, and the sense of responsibility she feels towards her fans.
It’s just one of the memorable encounters in a spring/summer issue that celebrates the creatives who stand alone, but which also brings people together through the power of their unique artistic voices. Also on the cover, Nigeria’s new prince of Afropop Rema reveals the otherworldly talent that’s taken him from the streets of Benin City to global fame, in a story that defies all language barriers.
Billie Eilish In an in-depth profile lensed by cult auteur Harmony Korine, pop music’s strange addiction reveals the vulnerability behind the “voice of her generation” tag.
Rema Afropop’s new prince opens up on the interstellar sounds that saw him break wide across the diaspora in a cover story by Joshua Gordon.
Neo-Futurism Bente Oort runs away with Comme des Garçons’ Neo-Future collection, in a full-tilt fashion special from photographer Johnny Dufort.