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FAULT Magazine Issue 22

FAULT collaborates with the world’s leading artists in film, fashion, art and music. FAULT never underestimates the effects fashion and artists have to provoke social change and the ability to shape our future. With this knowledge and understanding, we celebrate and present diversity of brilliant minds, embracing all aspects of the art World to create something truly phenomenal.

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editor ’s letter

One of the best things about magazine publishing is the unique creative freedom that comes with picking each issue’s theme. It’s hard to think of another business – even within the creative industry – that gives people the freedom to reflect on consumer trends in such an unrestricted fashion.It’s in this spirit that we launch our latest special edition: FAULT Issue 22, aka the Unapologetic Issue. What’s special about it, you might ask? Well, once you’ve had a chance to take your foot out of your mouth, we’ll tell you...It’s a well-worn tradition for those of us at FAULT to identify at least one issue a year as an opportunity to add an extra flex to our creative muscles. The accepted convention of working with internationally renowned artists is that…

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fleur east

The music industry has hit out at X Factor contestants in the past for being wannabes who take the easy route. However 2014’s runner up Fleur East, certainly doesn’t fall into that category. In between her first appearance on the show in 2005 as part of fiery girl group Addictiv Ladies and her show-stopping finale performance of‘Uptown Funk’ last year, Fleur was chasing her dreams hard. Touring as a backup singer for DJ Fresh, she was determined to be the one in the limelight. With no gigs in the diary, she decided to give it one more go and put herself through the intensity of the X Factor process. She’s emerged with a record deal with Syco, her first album on the way and a stronger belief in herself and,…

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john newman

Adele announcing her comeback five days after your second album drops is a nightmare for any artist: when you’re a big voiced crooner trying to make a chart comeback, it’s the sort you might never wake from. Devoid of Love Me Again level hits, and hobbled by the news-vacuum created by Adele, John Newman’s Revolve failed to reach the impact levels it so deserved. Which is why he’s decided to roll-back the roll-out. With a second wind scheduled for spring, a host of new hits and a steely-eyed determination to get it right, John Newman tells Fault about family, life on the road and what keeps him keeping on.You released your album a few months but and then backed off with releasing more material, are you planning to continue with…

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(Photographer: Daniele Fummo)Suit jacket: Filippa K | Trousers: Filippa K | Bra: Baserange | Trainers: Nike | Ring: Meghan Farrell Jewellery | Single beat cuff: Meghan Farrell Jewellery Earrings: Meghan Farrell JewelleryJacket: Fyodor GolanDress: Fyodor Golan | Jumpsuit: Dagmar | Boots: Rebecca Minkoff | Ring: Meghan Farrell Jewellery | Ring: Meghan Farrell JewelleryAnne Marie has been spending the past two years touring the world with Rudimental and now she’s progressing to pop’s waiting list after the release of her debut EP ‘Karate’. She’s clearly no rookie to the music industry and has her eye on the prize. A former West End child star (she shared the stage with Jessie J when she was 12 in ‘Whistle Down The Wind’, Anne Marie is finally ready to take on the spotlight and…

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iron rose

Susanne Sundfør might well have recorded the most audacious pop album of 2015. Endlessly inventive and unrepentantly her own, ‘Ten Love Songs’ — her fifth long player since 2007 — sees the Norwegian chart topper skillfully weave complex layers of synthetic and organic instrumentation to create a mix of precision-engineered electro and drama-soaked mini-symphonies. It is the sound of an artist operating without boundaries, seeing each idea through towards its maximum potential.Not unlike the cloaked confidence behind her wizard-like lyricism, Sundfør is cunning and unapologetic. In 2010, she turned down her nomination for Best Female Artist at the Norwegian Grammys, crying foul to the perceived need for a distinction between the sexes. Two years later, the awards committee introduced gender-neutral categories. Sundfør is duality — an iron rose — and…

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dua lipa

Dua Lipa burst onto our radar with much to prove and so many to prove wrong. Sharing management with another established musician can open a lot of doors for young artists, but it can also leave them forever fighting to leave the shadows of their more seasoned label mates. However, Dua doesn’t only just walk in her own lane, she gallantly skips down it with a clear and confident mind and her eyes aimed squarly on her goals. Once you listen to Dua’s music and really delve into her songwriting and creative process will you see that what lies beneath is very possibly the leader of a new wave of pop music. Mark our words, we’re looking at one of the most exciting artists coming in 2016.‘Be the one released’…