“Kilimanjaro is something to be seen with” — Vogue

One of Esquire’s “50 Most Influential Things In The Media”, Kilimanjaro Magazine is a vibrant printed space, dedicated to visual culture and editorial experimentation. Its carefully-curated mixture of high aesthetics and respected contributors make it unlike any other independent publication in the world; within Kilimanjaro, art, style and culture are brought together in the medium of avant-garde printed matter, ideas are presented in a unique visual language, and the expected forms of magazine publishing are disregarded, in favour of a new and innovative style.

The winner of D&AD’s “Outstanding Achievement In Photography And Magazine — New Print” in 2006, Kilimanjaro is designed to appeal to a consumer whose desire for refined aesthetics is twinned with a passion for ‘art, love, and everyday life’.

Featured contributors, writers and collaborators, both past and present, come from the worlds of art, fashion, culture, architecture, design and photography, and include:

Kilimanjaro’s fashion editorial also features a select mix of high-end brands, both elegant and avant-garde, including Chloe, Stella McCartney, Raf Simons, Jil Sander, Alexander McQueen and Yohji Yamamoto, and the magazine has also worked closely with Yves Saint Laurent on exclusive and bespoke material.

“Avant-Garde.” — The Financial Times
“A highly-creative space.” — Creative Review
“A collector’s magazine… a must-have.” — Viewpoint
“It is huge, it is cool, and you will definitely love the size of this magazine.” — Ping Mag
“It awakens the curiosity and complicity of the viewer.” — B-Guided

 

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