Common People is the only stockist of HUNGER in New Zealand.
HUNGER is produced in the UK and has just two editions per year.
Brought to you by the world famous photographer Rankin. Leading the way in fashion, HUNGER is committed to providing the highest quality original editorial. Articles on art, travel, design, architecture, literature, entertainment and world affairs go hand in hand with beautiful imagery to captivate the discerning reader.
Via a select ensemble of renown contributors, HUNGER interprets and generates fashion and culture in a distinctly different way. Independently published, HUNGER engages and inspires its discerning readers through its one requisite: value. Whether sublime or ridiculous, avant-garde or classic, the content is consistently smart, witty, innovative and valuable. HUNGER recognises that celebrity has the power to elevate fashion.
Featuring those who have pushed culture forward in their own fields, it is a celebration of artistic passion and enterprise, from the past to the upcoming. The first issue has in depth interviews and shoots with Terence Stamp, Adele, Kelis, Ray Winstone, Danny Dyer, Tom Hughes, Plan B, Sally Hawkins and Sky Ferreira to name a few, amidst a myriad of inspiring musicians, actors and artists. Rankin will shoot all the photography, giving the magazine a strong and unfaltering visual identity, and allowing him the freedom to experiment and express his artistic vision.
The 16th issue of Hunger is our Speak Your Truth issue
An issue focusing on tastemakers across film, music, fashion, art and photography that are breaking boundaries and going the extra mile to spread their truth and messages of positivity in tumultuous times.
The cover is a burgeoning voice of a generation – model and trans right activist Maxim Magnus shot in an empowering fashion editorial by photographer Benjamin Madgwick.
Elsewhere in the issue we speak to teen heartthrob and star of Riverdale Charles Melton about his experiences of diversity in Hollywood and why he has never viewed being a minority as a disadvantage. We also meet emerging musical stars Radiant Children and speak to Niamh Algar, auteur Shane meadows newest protégé about honesty in filmmaking.
Our art section is guest edited by LA-based photographer Alex Prager whose foreboding work looks at the anxieties buried inside all of us, while in our documentary section we examine the unjust female prison system in the Philippines, go behind the feminist movement in the Bauhuas and speak to photographer, director and hustler Lawrence Schiller about his career documenting some of the most notorious criminal cases of our time – from the assassination of JFK to OJ Simpson.