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FAULT Magazine Issue 26

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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the millennial issue

Pressed to pick a particular phrase to describe the society that we live in, many of us would plump for ‘victim mentality’.It’s hard to say anything without someone finding fault in your statements. That’s not always necessarily a bad thing – unwittingly giving offence is almost certainly worse than being over-sensitive in taking it. Unfortunately, however, it also gives rise to an unhealthy perception of the way Millennials choose to go about their daily lives.People cast stones at the M-Generation for being whiny,for walking all over established industries and for putting others out of business, all while proudly wearing their entitlement tiaras. It’s a compelling case: no doubt about that – and no-one loves pointing fingers more than me. As a millennial myself, however, I can’t help but sympathize with…

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nat wolff death in the pages

In his 23rd year, Wolff stars in a film adaptation for Netflix of the manga series Death Note, in which his character comes across a notebook that gives him the power to kill anybody he pleases by simply writing their name in it.He’s also in the forthcoming rom-com Home Again and the animated feature Leap!, in addition to a bunch of other stuff that’s not yet finished. Still, he finds time to be active in his pop rock duo with his brother, AlexHow have you grown or changed since The Fault in Our Stars?The Fault in Our Stars was super-important because it put me in touch with John Green, who became a good friend of mine. And I also got to work with Shailene Woodley, who Ansel [Elgort] and I…

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justin prentice the most hated man on netflix

jacket by MICHAEL STARS; t-shirt by LONG CLOTHING; pants by JACOB HOLSTON13 Reasons Why has been the most talked about show on Netflix over the past year. Produced by Selena Gomez, the show follows the trail of 13 teenagers as they uncover the reasons for their friend Hannah’s suicide. Heavily influenced by the negative impact of social media, teenage bullying and sexual assault, the show brings to light an unexplored side of leisure television.Speaking to Justin Prentice who plays Bryce Walker – Hannah’s sexual abuser – FAULT uncovers whether it’s beneficial or irresponsible to expose a young audience to explicit suicide.What were your initial thoughts going into a show like 13 Reasons Why with such a heavy character to play?It’s always rewarding to play such meaty characters. I was excited…

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sophie cookson kings to gypsies and back again

When she first hit our screens with a starring role in Kingsman: Secret Service in 2014, it was hard to believe that it was Sophie Cookson’s first big-time project since leaving drama school. An alumna of the National Youth Music Theatre and Oxford School of Drama, her career has taken an impressive and rapid trajectory – from being named as one of Screen International’s Stars of Tomorrow in 2014 to securing roles in blockbuster titles and starring alongside industry greats.Now, reprising her role as the ass-kicking Roxy in the upcoming Kingsman sequel, fans of the franchise can look forward to seeing Sophie and her fellow Kingsman spies face a deluge of dangers, with their headquarters in ruins while the world is held hostage by a nefarious new nemesis.Taking some time…

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alfred enoch more life than ever

He’s seen success as an actor and he refuses to put his feet up. His strong work ethic and inherent drive to keep busy tell us this is only the beginning; his career is on the rise.We spoke to Alfred about life after starring in How to Get Away with Murder, his aversion to sitting still, and his newest role in Troy: Fall Of A City.Now that your time as Wes Gibbins on How to Get Away with Murder has come to an end, are you going to take a break or jump straight into a new project?I don’t like taking time off. It’s a nice thing if your job is your passion, and you’re fortunate enough to make a living from doing what you love, you just want to…

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the austrian alps

Set beneath the snowy and breathtaking mountain range of the Alps, lies Innsbruck, located in the Capital city of Tyrol, Western Austria. Famously mapped as an international winter sports region, once playing host to the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, as well as the Winter Paralympics back in 1984 and 1988.Within fifteen minutes via a quick airport transfer you arrive at the Park Igls, all ready to begin your Mayr journey.Stepping onto the cool white marble floors on arrival at the Park Igls, a wave of calm and peace envelops you instantly. First impressions are — that the hotel feels both part medical and part luxurious. The interior is attractive with white, elegant natural marble floors and clean, functional decor, minimal detailing and a general atmosphere of space and composure.…

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