• Port #34
  • Port #34
  • Port #34
  • Port #34
  • Port #34

Port

Port #34

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A biannual style magazine with a focus on intelligent and beautiful content for the modern reader.

In this issue:

  • The issue opens with a redesigned Portfolio, with photography by Marius W Hansen accompanying Chloë Ashby’s encounter with Sheila Heti, Amelia Tait’s investigation into butter, Katie Goh’s visit to California’s citrus industry, Isaac Rangaswami’s trip to Sweetings and more.

    Following years away from acting, Ke Huy Quan burst back onto our screens in Everything Everywhere All at Once. He reflects on his return with friend and Loki costar Tom Hiddleston. Jason Diamond discusses career past and future with Brian Cox, whose already formidable career hit new highs after Succession. Hannah Gold catches Hari Nef on her jury duty lunch break, a pause that comes after months of awards shows and fashion weeks for the model and Barbie star. Finally, Ben Whishaw reflects on his varied and accomplished career with Kerry Crowe, as he prepares for a return to the stage.

    Further into the issue, we explore food and film with Kenjiro Kirton of Hato Press, Ray Winstone takes us to E Pellici’s, our guest editor catches up with Fergus and Margot Henderson at Rochelle Canteen, Hannah Williams talks to Ollie Dabbous of HIDE around his unconventional approaches to serving, and Jeremy Lee catches up with Joké Bakare of Chishuru following her historic Michelin win.

    The Port Review of Design continues the theme with a visit to David Mellor’s factory in Hathersage, and also includes an expansive interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist around the Enzo Mari exhibition he’s co-curated. Editor Deyan Sudjic talks to Antonio Citterio about 30 years of thinking for Maxalto, and A Practice for Everyday Life reflect on their first two decades with Ayla Angelos.

    You might notice 10:10 has had a total visual overhaul, and the horological playfulness continues inside. Our fashion features draw from food and from worlds around food, with playful approaches to translucency, homages to familiar ingredients and more.

    This issue’s commentary features encounters with eating from Fernanda Eberstadt, Nikki Shaner-Bradford and Emmeline Clein, and the issue closes with a historic menu from Alastair Little’s Frith Street restaurant, where our guest editor cooked many years ago.

London, England; 230x300mm; 304 pages; Spring/Summer 2024

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