Dream star

Tye Sheridan is the cover of HERO 15 – out now
Fashion | 28 April 2016
Photography Fabien Kruszelnicki
This article is part of Print Edition

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Literally on the brink of career explosion, actor Tye Sheridan covers Issue 15, on newsstands from today.

Topping off his fresh resume of critically acclaimed performances with an endorsement of the highest order: Sheridan has just been selected by Steven Spielberg to play the lead his next epic movie, Ready Player One. Articulate, driven and energy-inducing, we speak to Sheridan about the roles that have brought him this far, and what the future holds for him.

Fast-rising actor Evan Peters (American Horror Story, Kick-Ass) stars in X-Men: Apocalypse and Elvis & Nixon this year, and is interviewed by James Franco who delivers sound words of helpful wisdom. Legendary and prolific photographer Ari Marcopoulos has a cult following, for this issue he creates a unique zine called Chaos and is in conversation with artist and friend Kara Walker. Legendary designer Rick Owens speaks to Jo-Ann Furniss about sport and its influence (or not) on fashion, with a photo story shot by long-time Owens collaborator, Danielle Levitt. Elsewhere, we publish a series of documentary images in a zine by cover star (and emerging photographer) Tye Sheridan, while Louis Vuitton’s men’s style director, Kim Jones answers 50 quick-fire questions.

Peter Dundas reflects on taking the creative reigns at Roberto Cavalli; actor Cody Christian reflects on the cut-throat film industry fresh from his lead role in the latest Teen Wolf; high school state baseball champions The Millburn Millers get in front of the camera in New Jersey as they prep to defend their title; Paolo Zerbini and Vittoria Cerciello fly to Italy to document the lives of the laser-focused Teenage Ballroom Dancers at the Rimini Dance Company.

We profile three London menswear designers shaping the season: James Long, Daniel W. Fletcher and Bobby Abley; plus five rising musicians with a healthy disregard for banality: Cullen Omori, Yak, Oscar, Allday and Gateway Drugs.

Plus over 300 pages of fashion – from Yaniv Edry and Harry Lambert bringing basics back to home training, to Sebastian Kim and Gro Curtis getting down and dirty in Mud Life with a gang of 4×4-ers.

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