HOLIDAY was America’s most exciting magazine in the 1950s and 1960s. Known for its striking layout, bold choice of photographers and the prestige of its writers, Holiday depicted the world like no other magazine. Today, 37 years after its final issue, Holiday is being revived in France, lively and stylish as ever.
Editor & creative director: Franck Durand. Editor in chief: Marc Beaugé. Fashion director:Clare Richardson.
Holiday Issue 378, The South Korea Issue
Holiday N°378 After Argentina, Holiday has chosen to devote its pages to the wonders of South Korea. While photographers Nigel Shafran, Jamie Hawkesworth Karim Sadli, Annemarieke Van Drimmelen, Robi Rodriguez, Joseph Szabou and Hyungsik Kim lay their precious eyes on the Land of Morning Calm, director Park Chan-Wook talks film, the poet Lee San-Ha delves into the long history of Buddhist temples, and the writer Arthur Dreyfus recounts his beautiful trip in a country steeped in strangeness. All this under the blessing of the consummate Isabelle Huppert, who confides in the author François-Henri Désérable for the introduction of an equal parts fascinating and fascinated issue.
Holiday N°377, The Argentine Issue
Holiday N°377 After France, Holiday magazine is devoting its pages to Argentina. While Karim Sadli, Inez and Vinoodh, Jamie Hawkesworth and Jack Davison offer pictorial studies on the austral theme, Derek Henderson retraces the British travel writer Bruce Chatwin’s legendary 1970s Patagonian trek, and Bruce Weber assembles a photographic declaration of love to the land of Borges. It’s a myth that is also recounted a few pages later by Nelly Kaprielian as well as the great man’s own widow, Maria Kodama. Meanwhile, the writer David Fauquemberg gets on horseback to follow in the footsteps of the Argentine folk icon Atahualpa Yupanqui; François Simon dines in the country’s finest restaurants and meets up with the chef Francis Mallman; Michael Rips fantasizes about his future interment in Recoleta; Bertrand Burgalat sketches musical impressions of Buenos Aires; Philippe Trétiack weighs in on architecture; and Arthur Dreyfus sits down for the long interview with the Academy Award-winning director Michel Hazanavicius.
Holiday N°376, The French Aristocracy Issue
Holiday N°376 After Japan, Holiday turns its gaze closer to home, devoting its pages to France and her aristocracy. While Karim Sadli and Annemarieke Van Drimmelen capture the spirit of castle life and the French Riviera, Olivier Kervern-whose cliché of the Château de Josselin appears on the cover–plunges into a world above time, pursuing the nobility into its most mythical and remote spaces.
Alongside them, Jéromine Savignon examines the elegant company of Louise de Vilmorin, Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni tells of the Proustian dandy Boni de Castellane and American writer David Dodge, in a text that first appeared in Holiday 60 years ago, shares the fruit of his wanderings in France in the 1950s.
Nelly Kaprielian, meanwhile, offers a precious and rare interview with the mysterious Jean-Jacques Schuhl, Arthur Dreyfus talks about family and cuisine with Daniel de la Falaise, François Simon writes about his favorite tables and photographer Friederike von Rauch Berliner raises his keen eye to the immortal beauty of the Silvacane Abbey
Holiday N°375, The Japan Issue
Holiday N°375 The Japan Issue
THE NEW TRADITIONS by Josh Olins / A JAPANESE PEREGRINATION by Éric Reinhardt / THE LAST DAYS OF MISHIMA by Donald Keene /
THE MYSTERIOUS COUNTESS SETSUKO KLOSSOWSKA DE ROLA / MISTER KENZO … by Jéromine Savignon / SERGE LUTENS LOVES KABUKI
by Inez and Vinoodh / JEAN-PAUL GOUDE CONFIDENTIAL by Arthur Dreyfus