So It Goes is a new biannual arts and current affairs magazine that features original voices across film, music, art, photography and journalism. It promotes more imagination and less advertising in print.
GBP 7.99 — Released 4 November 2014
Sporting two covers, Issue.4 sees break-out star Dane DeHaan photographed in NYC by Guy Aroch, and the multi-talented Brit Marling shot in LA by So It Goes creative director James Wright. On this, his 60th birthday, we’re very proud to host a rare eighteen-page interview and career retrospective with the world’s most renowned photographer Mario Testino.
In our Collections chapter, model Poppy Delevingne is shot as she's never been seen before, Langley Fox explores the fringes of Los Angeles, and Charlie Casely-Hayford wears London's best menswear. Features on directors David Fincher and Derek Cianfrance; artists Beth Hoeckel and Esther Teichmann. Musicians Connan Mockasin, Christopher Owens and Bad Girlfriend; articles on juke joints, the war on drugs and many more features from across the arts.
More than just an arts magazine, the fourth issue of So It Goes includes exclusive reportage on the drug legislation debate; a fly-on-the-wall account of life in war-torn Afghanistan; on pilgrimage in the modern Holy Land; a whisky and blues-soaked profile one of the oldest juke joints in America - Gip’s Place in Alabama. Readers will also find travel journalism from Sierra Leone, Kalmykia, North Carolina and Amsterdam.