Clash Fashion Issue Out Now

With our virtual cover star, Hatsune Miku

The latest issue of Clash Magazine, our fashion special, is out now with a striking cover star who doesn’t actually exist.

Hatsune Miku is Japan’s biggest selling pop star, yet she doesn’t actually exist. Clash goes behind the phenomenon of the collaborative Vocaloid program, and meets her biggest fans.

Also in the issue is Lykke Li, former Factory Records designer Peter Saville on galvanising the nation via its football team, five emerging musical talents in profile: Yasmin, Big Deal, Alpines, Fiction, and Cold In Berlin, seminal London party face Princess Julia on the return of Poly Styrene, designer Christopher Shannon lists the songs that inspire him in and out of the studio and we delving into the wardrobes of the rich and famous with, this month, rising hip-hop star J Cole.

You can read an excerpt from our cover story on the phenomenon of Hatsune Miku HERE.

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