WHO WE ARE

The September Issues is a bi-annual, independently published art, fashion and culture magazine featuring women and gender non-conforming contributors. Since our inception in 2016, our dual mission is to make fashion a feminist issue, and to be a platform for a global community of artists who are underrepresented in mainstream media. The magazine is our campaign to give space for uninhibited creativity, to challenge social norms and to examine representation. We are committed to social justice and to nurturing artistic activism for political change.

 

EILEEN DAY MCKUSICK

The originator of therapeutic sound practice Biofield Tuning discusses the electrical energy fields within us and in our environment; how we hold trauma in the body; and the future of healing.

MARTHA HUNT

by QUENTIN JONES

 

ALOK

on #degendering fashion

 
 
 
 

 

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IRIS VAN HERPEN

A deep dive with the transformative fashion designer

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JESS COCHRANE

The artist kisses the past goodbye

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EILEEN DAY MCKUSICK

The originator of therapeutic sound practice Biofield Tuning discusses the electrical energy fields within us and in our environment; how we hold trauma in the body; and the future of healing.

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BINTOU DÉMBÉLE

The Pioneer of French Hip Hop

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MARTHA HUNT

Muses on a post pandemic future
Portfolio by Quentin Jones

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TOKATA IRON EYES
My Name Means Future

The climate justice and indiginous rights activist discusses trusting the earth;
the value of speaking one’s truth;
and the fight to preserve an inhabitable world for the next generation.

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ALOK

discusses #degendering fashion

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NADINE IJEWERE

Vision of Black Beauty

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Lous and the Yakuza “Solo”
Directed by Marie Pierra Kakoma +  Wendy Morgan

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