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Mon, 27 Sep 2021

Re-Editions’ Replica Man Launches Digital Edition Featuring Leading Creative Talent

London, 27th September 2021

Re-Editions’ Replica Man Launches Digital Edition Featuring Leading Creative Talent

London-based based fashion and culture magazine Replica Man, part of the Re-Edition magazine team, has launched on the Exact Editions platform with Issue 9 Summer/Autumn 2021. Individuals and institutions can subscribe now to gain access to the fully-searchable digital issue and all future issues published.

Published bi-annually, Replica Man takes an adventurous approach to exploring male aesthetic. Focusing on male fashion and art photography, the magazine includes some of the most interesting creative talents and artists of today as well as street-cast models. Issue 9 Summer/Autumn 2021 includes the likes of Louis Vuitton’s menswear designer, Virgil Abloh; multidisciplinary artist, Saul Williams; genre-bending Texan artist, Teezo Touchdown; and actor, Caleb McLaughlin.

Navigational features provided by the Exact Editions platform, including an advanced search function and linked contents page, allows users to easily locate specific keywords and articles. Whilst cross-platform compatibility enables users to seamlessly access their subscription across web, iOS and Android devices.

Replica Man is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:

Individuals

Institutions

Editor of Replica Man & Re-Edition, Jo Barker, commented: “We’re pleased to see Replica Man alongside Re-Edition on the Exact Editions platform. The photography is brilliantly showcased in the online reader, providing a visually stunning reading experience.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “The outstanding talent found in between the pages of Replica will appeal to institutions and fashion enthusiasts alike. The magazine joins a strong portfolio of art and fashion magazines already hosted on the platform.”


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