- After a thirty-seven year hiatus, Holiday magazine returned at the behest of Parisian art director Franck Durand. Renowned for its bold layout, literary credibility, and ambitious photographers, Holiday portrayed the world like no other periodical. The premise was simple: send a writer and photographer to a specific location and ask them to capture their vision of the place without constraints. Some of the most celebrated writing by Joan Didion, Jack Kerouac and Truman Capote first appeared on the pages of Holiday.
- Holiday magazine goes Down Under to New Zealand. Bruce Weber evokes the spirit of its pioneers, Derek Henderson captures the immensities of the island country where he was born, Lachlan Bailey takes Andreea Diaconu for an endless voyage and Romain Laprade, Bibi Borthwick, Gregory Harris, Suffo Moncloa and Philippe Lacombe all craft their personal take on the Land of the Long White Cloud, from surf highways to Māori artifacts and fantasy hamlets.
François-Henri Désérable shares his impression of a trip to the other side of the world, while Marc Beaugé and Catherine Deneuve take a precious moment to chat in Paris. Marie Eugène imagines New Zealand as the last refuge for a doomed elite, Philippe Azoury recalls the turbulent early days of New Zealand moviemaking, Mathias Augustyniak muses on a love story in a treetop, Jéromine Savignon reconstructs the life of the Kiwi-born model Fiona-Campbell Walter, and Addison Nugent tells the story of an insular gold rush. Meanwhile, Nicolas Zeisler explores the genesis of a living myth: Dan Carter.
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