Source: Dazed Digital

Just right before Paris Fashion week came to an end, the newborn sister of  Fantastic Man, the beloved ‘Gentleman’s style journal, was revealed to the world. And her name was Gentlewoman, after a particularly genteel magazine of the Victorian era. With Penny Martin as editor-in-chief, Gentlewoman wants to be  both contemporary and timeless and makes a very good start towards this direction by featuring Phoebe Philo of Celine, the woman credited with bringing a much needed sense of purity and minimalism back to fashionon, its first cover. Through its pages one can meet many different, intriguing and fantastic women like Louise Gray and Alice Rawsthorn, nightclub legend, Princess Julia and winemaker Sara Perez.