‘Animal Spirit’ – the incredible mural/illustration exclusive editorial for FAULT Issue 14

We loved this shoot from our Spring ’13  issue (FAULT Issue 14 : The Taste Issue) so much that that we had to share it all again online! Take another look below, or get it in print, along with exclusive features with the likes of  Daisy Lowe, Zach Braff, Kate Nash, Max Irons and more, from the Issues page.


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Pants by Adddress, blouse by Pugnat and jewelry and shoes by Paula Knorr

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Clockwise from top left: 1) Dress by Pugnat and earrings by Paula Knorr; 2) dress and top by Paula Knorr and shoes by Pugnat; 3) leggings and bodysuit by Paula Knorr, jacket and skirt by Carocora, necklace by Jellah and shoes by Emilia Tikka.

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Dress by Emilia Tikka and stylist’s own shoes

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Bodysuit by Paula Knorr, necklace and ring by Theresa Brar, shoes by Eimilia Tikka and jacket by Maniko

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Top: Leggings and bodysuit by Paula Knorr, jacket by Karin Rising and shoes by Emilia Tikka
Bottom: dress and top by Paula Knorr and shoes by Pugnat.

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Panties and shoes by Paula Knorr and vest by AVR

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Top: Shoes and hat by Pugnat, jewellery by Jellah and dress by Adddress.
Bottom: Leggings by Paula Knorr, jacket by Emilia Tikka
and stylist’s own shoes.

Styling assistant CHIARA HOFFMAN
Post-production GAËLLE CORREA
Illustration GAËLLE CORREA

‘Tribals’: Behind the Scenes of a FAULT Exclusive fashion shoot with Studio Eclumes

Get behind the scenes of Studio Eclumes’ ‘Tribals’ shoot – exclusively for FAULT Issue 14: The Taste Issue. ‘Tribals’ was shot by Damien Krisl and styled by Rebekah Roy.

For more Behind the Scenes footage and fashion exclusives, visit our FAULT Film page
…and some shots from inside the issue:
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Paper Dreams: Issey Miyake Men for FAULT Issue 14

‘PAPER DREAMS’: An exclusive menswear editorial produced by FAULT, featuring standout pieces from the Issey Miyake Men Spring/Summer 2013 collection.

Editorial teaser and fashion film follow:


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All clothing exclusively from Issey Miyake Men Spring Summer 13 Collection

Photographer: James D Kelly
Stylist: Kristine Kilty
Film Director: Julian Ruiz
Grooming: Stephen Hamilton using MAC & Paul Mitchell
Set Design: Charmaine Dresser
Fashion Assistant: Arndt Stobba
Photography Assistants: Aidan Porter & Dieter Brandenburg
Filming Assistant: Ricardo Mcleary-Campbell
Set Design Assistant: Bethan Smith
Models: Chris Arundel @ Storm, Ben Palmer @ Select




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Manchester rockers The Courteeners – exclusive shoot for FAULT Issue 14

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The Courteeners were shot by Olgac Bozalp and styled by Arndt Stobba exclusively for FAULT Issue 14

Three years after their second studio album, Falcon, was released, The Courteeners have returned with their new record, ANNA, which takes listeners in a completely new direction. Both hyped and criticised throughout their career as being a “lad band”, The Courteeners have set out to prove that they can write and execute an album much deeper and more intricate than skeptical critics thought possible. While the emphasis with ANNA is on new techniques, electronic effects and catchy hooks, the band haven’t lost their original charm and undeniable capability to write stadium-filling anthems. FAULT sat down with frontman Liam Fray to talk about their newest release.

Did you set out to make an electronic record from the start?

No, not really. It’s getting a lot of attention. This record has more guitars on it than the last one, but I think it’s because Joe likes twiddling his knobs, putting all these different synth sounds in. The weird thing is when you’re in the studio you don’t think about it. You’re so involved, you’re so closed to it, you’re almost not thinking what people are going to think of it.

What would you say are the main highlights of ANNA?

I think it honesty is a highlight, I think it’s refreshing to have ‘cause the songs are quite personal. They’re not difficult to write but they are difficult to sing especially when I grew up with those boys. We pride ourselves on the fact that it’s real. I’m not writing them for a radio station or to get in a certain publication or so a certain clique in London falls for us, I’m writing it ‘cause it’s real and if people like it then happy days.

What does your typical tour rider request list look like?

Like opposite ends of the spectrum. You get all the shit like fucking coconut water and that. Pineapple juice for onstage, it’s good for singers but it looks like you’re drinking a fucking Piña Colada. We’d like to live fairly healthy but then get absolutely fucking wasted, so it’s like what can you get that’s going to repair your body from twelve ‘til eight pm? Then you go on stage and you come off and go what can we destroy ourselves with?

The Courteeners’s new single, ‘Van der Graaf’, is released this Monday 6th May ’13

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Liam, Michael, Daniel and Mark have an 8 page feature in FAULT Spring ’13. Click to get your copy NOW



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FAULT Favourite – Larsson & Jennings watches

OK, we know it’s coming up to Christmas and you have probably been bombarded with magazine’s gift suggestions. We’ll do you a favour with this one and keep it short and sweet: Larsson & Jennings sell well-priced and beautiful classic wristwatches. And we absolutely love them.

Key points: inspired by a combination of classic British heritage (with nods to the ruling houses of Windsor, Lancaster and Hanover in their hallmark ‘Classic’ collection’s colour schemes) and Swedish minimalism and quiet efficiency, the timepieces are stripped back, sleek and – dare we say it – timelessly stylish.

Very reasonably priced at £150 for the Classic collection, featuring the regally-themed striped Nylon straps, or £165 for the funkier suede-strapped Resurgence piece, all items can be bought with either a black or white watch face to match the gold display. L&J are also now offering free shipping and – for the ingrates in your family – returns WORLDWIDE until January 14th.

We at FAULT are receiving our Resurgence (black face, red strap) in the coming days, and you will be able to read our full review in the Most Wanted section of FAULT Issue 14 this Spring!

In the meantime, check out Larsson & Jennings‘ online shop for more details. We challenge you to find any FAULTs!