Honourably held high on a pedestal of rubble, his rough, tough, boyish charm can do no wrong. Though others appreciate only his physical attributes: chiselled jaw, sculpted abs and refreshing smile, photographer Fanny Latour-Lambert has instead, touched upon a place that not many have the privileged rights of access. Energies intertwined, they are eternally embraced. Rocky roads forge muddy, mucky obstacles, but ultimately the mound of growth is conquered.
A disparate scrapyard is exercised as the platform to visualise a paragon of unity using only her lens and her other half, Felix Genouin at Success Models, in Fanny's stunning story for Issue 10, 'Muse'. 'The Boyfriend' is a puzzle scattered across a cluttered location. What makes him so special? Outsiders are perplexed. Yet nothing is clearer than when these two become one - one against the world.
Fearless, clean cut silhouettes from Christopher Lemaire and Margaret Howell contrast a dirty, desolate locale on the outskirts of Paris. Lost and found; empty, but forever consummated by love. Documenting 'The Boyfriend' in his natural habitat, this 8-page Issue 10 editorial puts the muse at the forefront and is available to buy online and in shops now.
Words by Akhnaton Selbonne-Willie.