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Leaning on the bonnet of a steamed-out car and caught in the glare of headlights moving through the trees, this is Rihanna captured by Harley Weir. The pop-culture icon’s winter issue cover story is a close collaboration with Weir, the photographer whose lens lightly grazes the skin of her subjects – further proof, if we needed it, of Rihanna’s absolute ownership of her sexuality and willingness to experiment creatively.
Inside the issue King Krule is shot in his south London stomping ground by regular collaborator Frank Lebon. “Gettin’ all crazy” in a Balenciaga Kids special, the pre-school stars of this year’s surprise Oscars contender reveal the riotous stories behind their on-screen chemistry. Willem Dafoe talks turning in one his most affecting performances to date as a motel manager with a troubled past in The Florida Project. Barry Keoghan, fresh from playing this year’s most perversely likable screen psychopath, the Killing of a Sacred Deer star shows the fighting spirit that’s made him one of Hollywood’s most sought-after young performers and getting to know Noah Schnapp, Linnea Berthelsen and Sadie Sink, the latest cast members of Stranger Things 2.