Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Two

$18

Introducing the Work Special

This issue of Kinfolk revisits one of our most popular subjects—work and the entrepreneurial spirit. Alongside our regular mix of thoughtful lifestyle content, we dedicate the pages of a new section to finding out what makes a job meaningful.

Through interviews with Nicole Farhi and Sophie Hicks and studio visits to Byredo, Stine Goya and more, readers can learn how to master their craft, roll with the punches and not panic over professional failures.

Plus, the latest issue features a fresh outlook on office attire and delves deeply into the psychology behind group dynamics and the curious history of personality tests.

DETAILS

192 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper. Printed in Canada.

Publication date: November 29th, 2016.

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Issue Twenty-Two Stories

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Byredo

Ben Gorham’s nose is big business. By following it, he’s expanded his fragrance brand Byredo into a global empire.

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Day in the Life: Stine Goya

Stine Goya has been a quiet presence in the fashion world for more than a decade—first as a model, then as an editor, now as a designer.

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Christopher Esber

Sharpen one skill set for slow-burning success: How a Sydney-based designer does business.

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Hot Under the Collar

When the temperature drops, take shelter against the dreary days and cold nights with winter essentials.

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Sophie Hicks

Architect Sophie Hicks discusses how she keeps her competitive impulses in balance.

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Pauline Deltour

Paris-based designer Pauline Deltour isn’t afraid to walk the razor-sharp line between art and design.

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Nicole

Thirty years after founding a fashion label that still bears her name, Nicole Farhi walked away and did not look back.

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Breathing Space

Acclaimed Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto discusses his new work on the self-inflicted demise of humanity.

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Glyptotek

At Copenhagen’s Glyptotek, one expects the collection of classical antiquities and French and Danish masters to come alive in the early hours.

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Bernard Dubois

A self-described introvert, rising architect Bernard Dubois is like his work—not as serious as he first appears.

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Jasper Overgaard

The creative director of Overgaard and Dyrman has discovered that one thing is to be leading your field, quite another to be the leader of your team.

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Theresa Traore Dahlberg

When Theresa Traore Dahlberg realized that she couldn’t relate to narratives about women in West African films, she decided to make her own.

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The Shadow Self

Just as our bodies cast shadows on the ground, our conscious minds cast shadows over certain elements of our persona.

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Hole Up

In a seemingly endless variety of shapes, sizes and patterns, holes add eye-catching elements to architecture and design.

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Origin of the Chair

Still standing: design historian Witold Rybczynski’s appreciation of the chair and its 5,000-year history.

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Philippe Malouin

Canadian designer Philippe Malouin shares his way to beat beating around the bush.

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This Woman’s Work

In his latest book, The Kate Inside, photographer Guido Harari presents the audacious spirit and restless creativity of iconic singer Kate Bush.

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Word: Trypophobia

More commonly known as the fear of holes, trypophobia is a word with both its etymology and experience rooted in the recesses of the internet.

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Janina Pedan

Set designer Janina Pedan discusses personality clashes in the workplace.

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Ruth Asawa

From internment to avant-garde art institute: the rare life story of Ruth Asawa, the “fountain lady” of San Francisco.

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