The New Order – Issue 29


We are delighted to announce the release of THE NEW ORDER issue 29 (autumn/winter 2023), further extending the scope of the magazines global influence. The identity and vision of the bi-annual publication is represented by the diversity of the content curated and insight into talent far and wide.

Issue #29 is themed ‘World in Motion’ and features features Khalil Rountree Jr, Masami Nagasawa, Hajime Sorayama and Omah Lay on the covers.

Feature content on this issue:

Paris Texas, are making a lot of noise and make for a fascinating story shot by Richard Brooks in Los Angeles. High-end outdoor brand ROA was shot in Japan by James Oliver; Dickies is the subject of a bold editorial with bike cultural pivotal to this story. We look at the latest instalment from Liberaiders as the Japanese brand takes to Mexico for its Autumn/Winter 2023 collection. With Suicoke, Vibram and Midorikawa coming out with a bold collaboration this season we worked on an exclusive editorial. Artist Ed Davis and photographer RLSWYZE both contribute with strong submissions to the latest issue. ADED make for insightful viewing and reading with an editorial providing a look at its very unique approach to creating. We spent a day with Cali Dewitt walking around Tokyo and talking about his world.

The New Order Issue 29 featuring Omah Lay is available now.

290 pages.

About The New Order
Founded in 2009 by James Oliver, best known for his involvement in launching and developing SLAMXHYPE, a groundbreaking online resource for street culture – At the helm of THE NEW ORDER the aim and vision is to progress the evolution and commentary on subculture by drawing on a mantra formulated around a dedication to advancement and originality = True modernism. Within his role as publisher and editorial director for the magazine, James has brought together a host of renowned contributors from all over the globe, while himself being based in Tokyo and working with an established and committed creative team in the Tokyo metropolis.

L275 x W210mm.

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