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Kinfolk Magazine

For licking our friends and biting our enemies, we celebrate the endless loyalty of four-legged companions in Issue Twenty-Four. (Photo: Elliott Erwitt)

Summer cycling.

In a preview from our forthcoming book, The Kinfolk Entrepreneur, we meet Rashid and Ahmed Bin Shabib—the twin brothers giving voice to the modern Middle East. (Photo: @awolfephoto)

A Cy Twombly exhibition at the Centre Pompidou earlier this year.

From Issue Twenty-Four: The beauty of bygone French summers, captured in color by Jacques Henri Lartigue. (Photograph by Jacques Henri Lartigue © Ministère de la Culture - France / AAJHL)

Revisiting Louisiana, a Copenhagen favorite.

Summer-time table settings.

Photographer Irving Penn would place his most famous subjects in a narrow corner to have their portraits taken. While a major retrospective of his work is on show at The Met, the current issue of Kinfolk takes a look behind the scenes of his studio. (Photo:

A few of our favorite spreads from the current issue—out now.

Visiting Finn Juhl's home office at Ordrupgaard Museum, north of Copenhagen.

“In a relationship, you should never be a tree, you should always be a vine. Trees grow, but they topple. Vines? Well, pieces fall off, but it keeps going.”—Isabel Toledo, Issue Twenty-Four. (Photo: @christopherferguson Styling: @debbiehsieh)

Welcoming Viu to Copenhagen today

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