Size: 210mm(w) x 270mm(h)
Pages: 128p + 4p cover with gold foiling
Stock: Finnisg Book Classic 80gsm
• Outfit — Brief representation of emblematic costumes.
• Léon Bakst — Sketch of the faun costume, 1912
• Miscellanea — Subjective selection of anecdotes, works, stories or expertise related to costumes.
• Do Ho Suh — High School Uni-Form, 1997
• Mannequin — Typeface by Thomas Bouville
The Art of Costume Designing — Camille Assaf, who worked in New York for many years, is a scenography and costume design professional. Conversation with an enthusiast who shared her story and profession with us.
When the Suit makes the Man — Founder of the famous blog Parisian Gentleman, Hugo Jacomet gave us a warm welcome to evoke the importance of masculine elegance, its codes and craftsmen.
The Venetian Masquerade — Four time winner of the Venice Carnival competition, Tanja Schulz-Hess opened the doors onto a world where costumes are more than disguises.
The Costume Hunter — Charles Fréger developed his photographic practise around costumes and uniformity. This was naturally what encouraged us to meet the prolific artist.
Life After the Stage — A unique location, the Centre National du Costume de Scène, collects, restores, preserves and exhibits costumes. Delphine Pinasa, director of the centre, welcomed us there.
The Male & the Uniform — Odile Roynette is a researcher and lecturer at the Université de Franche Comté. Through the prism of history, we talked of the uniform, costume of the military world, and its virilising dimension.
Marie Rime | Guda Koster | Studio Bertjan Pot | Christian Tagliavini | Nick Cave | Jack Hughes | Stacey Rozich | Stephen Appleby-Barr | Ryoji Nakajima | Chad Wys
• Design — By Sophie Suma
• Fashion — By Hélène Dupont
• Architecture — By Pierre-Mathieu Degruel
• Films — By Fabien Texier
• Books — By Thomas Lacroix & Frédérique Mantouan
• Music — By Émilie Fernandez & Alexandre Rochon
• Food — By Sonia Verguet
Cercle Magazine has been founded in 2011 by three graphic designers and illustrators, namely: Marlène Astrié, Marie Secher and Maxime Pintadu. Each issue of Cercle is based on 1 single idea. A concentration of different aspects of one particular topic (professional, visual, scientific, literary and artistic) in order to produce a surprising, cheerful but demanding magazine, aimed to be collected and to deliver timeless informations not bound to daily news twists. The topic is above all a support to highlight art creation and simple approach, able to interest both connoisseur and novices, printed objets’ lovers.