Worldly and welcoming, Luncheon is a style and culture magazine that invites old and new friends of all generations and cultural experiences to share their views, life and work over lunch. From simple jam sandwiches in the park to home-cooked feasts, to hours spent in chic restaurants, the conversation and visual content is inspired by this midday treat created by a top-table of writers, photographers and artists.
In the issue:
Potato collages by Simon Popper run throughout the issue, from a limited-edition recipe book 'Potato' by Jeremy Lee; Maison de la Culture Arménienne by Josefine Skomars, with photographs by Jakob Müller-Meernack; Portfolio by Jil Sander; Freya Morris writes about artists and shopkeepers Charlotte Cullinan and Jeannine Richards, with photographs by Annie Collinge; Wearing Hedi Slimane by Charlie Porter; Karlo Kacharava by Han Mengyun, with artworks selected by Sanya Kantarovsky and Scott Portnoy; Róisín Murphy and Shygirl in conversation with C.L. Mayers, with photographs by Paul Kooiker; Studio Family, with photographs by Paolo Roversi; Dancehall Diaries by Akeem Smith; Inspirations by Simone Rocha; A Visit to the Sergei Paradjanov Museum by Zanne Chaudhry, in conversation with Yuri Mechitov; Niko Pirosmani by Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili; Zazzah, photographs by Jordan Hemingway, styling by Nell Kalonji; Luna and the Wild Blue, photographs by Jackn Davidson, styling by Brian Molloy; Maybe Right Now There's Nothing to Say by Velma Rosai Makhandia and Rudy Simba Betty, with photographs by Fernanda Segura; Untitled, photographs by Theo de Gueltzl, styling by Malina Gilchrist; SénéGambia, photographs by Malick Bodian, Styling by Ib Kamara; A Lucid Dream, styling by Luis Alberto Rodriguez, styling by Emilie Kareh; Nana's Allotment; A Love Letter to Ikeda by Margot Henderson; Five Recipes by Hugh Corcoran, with photographs by Alex Tracey; Making Muthiya by Sonali Shah, with photographs by Abhinav Tyagi; Midnight and One Minute by Jack Boxer, and more!