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Issue 39

Individually formative and culturally formidable, youth looms large in the collective imagination. Kinfolk’s Spring Issue is a playbook for the young—and the young at heart.

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Grace Mahary

Kyla Marshell interviews the sommelier with a close to perfect palate—and a vision to change the industry.

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Pierre Yovanovitch

Pierre Yovanovitch’s ultimate design showroom is also his home of more than a decade. Annick Weber meets the man with the keys to the castle.

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Rabbi Abby Stein is the first publicly transgender woman to have grown up in the ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jewish community. She was interviewed in Issue Thirty-Eight, the Rituals Issue.

Note to Self

What advice would you give your younger self? An artist, a writer, a conductor, a curator, a rabbi and a robot pen missives to the past.

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Victor wears a shirt by PH5, a turtleneck and trousers from the stylist’s archive and shoes by Dansko x Crocs.

Eva Victor

Nathan Ma meets Eva Victor: the character comedian changing her industry without leaving her apartment.

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Hôtel Martel

A visit to the Parisian cul-de-sac where the legacy of Robert Mallet-Stevens lives on.

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Nic Stone

How can a young adult fiction author tackle racism, inequality and incarceration—but not rob teen readers of their optimism?

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Peer Review

The Book of Trespass author Nick Hayes, on how environmentalist Roger Deakin taught him to engage with the natural world.

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