A tribute to those who work.
Work is effort, dedication, and seriousness, before success and gain.
Fatigue, frailty, and illness. We work for people who find calm, peace even, in what they do every day; human
beings who are able to express themselves while remaining sincere.
Work is attention, love is attention.
- A conversation between Lampoon Editor-in-Chief and British actor James Norton in an exchange
- between individuals with diabetes;
- New Zealand dancer and choreographer Parris Goebel enters Sean Knight's lens with her sassy spirit;
- a narrative of Tosh Basco's artistic odyssey and the concept of metamorphosis;
- the fears of a surfer like Mason Hyce Barnes on the crest of the oceans' highest waves;
- Courrèges creative director Nicolas Di Felice: from stand by to avant-garde;
Sir Paul Smith in a dialogue with the owners of Milan's Altai carpet gallery; Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec talk about technological advances, hybridization, while Humberto Campana recounts his botanic garden project as a sanctuary for preserving biodiversity; violinist Charlie Siem and architect Anne Holtrop confront each other about the sense of duty; Damien Chazelle and Justin Hurwitz chronicle their personal and professional collaboration; as the Fendi ladies – Silvia Venturini Fendi, Delfina Delettrez Fendi, and Leonetta Luciano Fendi – gathers to speak
about simplicity and legacy;
visual rollercoaster Maxime Ballesteros stages Vimala Pons in a chronicle that subverts the constraints of working; Winter Vandenbrink's algid gaze lands on the architecture of Paris; a section on music workers in three chapters with respective interviews with Kim Ann Foxman photographed by Spyros Rennt, Michel Gaubert, and Pandora's Jukebox;
And yet more through the many pages - to be discovered.