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When her debut album, Fake It Flowers, was released just before the UK went into lockdown, Beabadoobee became a bedroom indie star who would have to remain in the bedroom. Now, with an expansive second album, the musician is at the top of her game – and out in the world.
To celebrate the launch of its latest collection, Isabella Burley, founder of cult book distributor Climax, speaks to Ava Nirui about the teenage fashion fantasia of Heaven by Marc Jacobs.
Earlier this year, the deadly-cool poet and visibility activist became Louis Vuitton’s first Black trans model to walk in a show. And with a bone structure like that, they’ll be coming to many more catwalks near you soon.
Volume 4 Issue 002: With roles in Yoga Hosers, The King and the upcoming Dreamland, the French-American is following in the fairytale footsteps of her earliest acting influence, Catherine Deneuve.