According to Fashion Press, the well-considered stylings of Nepenthes won't just be solely on your computer screen moving forward, having just launched its Nepenthes: In Print magazine. The publication, released in tandem with its S/S 15 collections, includes an interview with Daiki Suzuki about creating Engineered Garments S/S 15 and profiles photographer Peter Beard and stylist Naoki Ikeda. Fans can expect the beautiful magazine to be released moving forward as new seasons roll into shops, so twice a year.

Nepenthes always brings the heat with its editorials, so there's no reason to think that an actual magazine won't be just as good, if not better. For some reason, everybody is starting magazines despite the fact that print is dead, but if  Nepenthes' past work is any indication this should be fire and a much needed break from digital cretins including but not limited to Four Pins. Assuming you can craft a low-budget mag with some of your bros, you might as well get on it because this well is going to dry up eventually. Not everyone can have the next Inventory on their hands. It's up to you to think of the next best minimal, but still cool zine idea even though 99.9% of them have already been taken. Godspeed and good luck.

Nepenthes: In Print is already out in Japan. Expect a worldwide release soon.