The Great Women of CRUSHfanzine

We’re crushing hard on the new CRUSHfanzine, a quarterly art publication that focuses on a particular fascination in each issue. For spring, the theme is “women we love,” a curated group of ladies who’ve contributed to contemporary culture in their own unique ways.


Here are the features that you, too, will crush on: images from a short film by Jarrah Gurrie featuring Daryl Hannah, who graces the cover; an at-home interview with Rudi Gernreich model and muse Peggy Moffitt by Kaye Spilker, the curator of Costume and Textiles at LACMA; handwritten correspondence between Lauren Hutton and Anjelica Huston; an Interview with Amanda Lear; a fax interview with Debbie Harry about her childhood memories and premonitions; and a photo portfolio of Yvonne Force Villareal & Doreen Remen, Kim Gordon, Grace Jones, Isabella Rossellini, and Chloe Sevigny.

Launching in early April with events in New York, Paris, and Los Angeles, the spring issue can be found at Bookmarc, Colette (Paris), MOCA (Los Angeles), Paul Kasmin Gallery (New York), and Tate Modern (London), among other outlets.

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