MAY - JUNE 2019 Issue
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MANIFESTO: May - June 2019 issue with Shujing Zhou
MANIFESTO: May - June 2019 issue with Ludwig Wilsdorff
MANIFESTO: May - June 2019 issue with Ludwig Wilsdorff
Ludwig Wilsdorff
Shujing Zhou
Sabah Koh
Dasha Shevig
Jared Manhardt

Don’t we all wish summer ACTUALLY meant summer vacation, so we could finally suntan all day at the beach without a care in the world? Thankfully, you have us to help you navigate through your inner summer angst. With some of the latest fashion scoops – such as Givenchy’s lead creative Clare Waight Keller’s new Mystic handbag – and some good ol’ fashioned watch and jewellery looks, we’ll make sure that while you’re totally vexed on the inside, on the outside you’ll be getting some boosted fashion knowledge reps in while getting those major daps for your new and improved summer looks. Don’t believe us? Then at least listen to what the actor of Fantastic Beasts, Theory of Everything, Omega brand ambassador and not to mention Academy Award-winning Eddie Redmayne (who is truly as beautiful of a man on-screen as he is off-screen) has to say in our latest Agenda feature. If that’s not your cup of tea, perhaps Montblanc CEO Nicolas Baretzki can impart to you some solid advice and wisdom for your next company to run. Needless to say, this issue has you covered head to toe, like sunscreen but better.

Our May-June 2019 issue stars Shujing Zhou and Ludwig Wilsdorff.

MANIFESTO May-June 2019 issue is available now.

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