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David Sli­jper

A Brit based in New York,

Sli­jper shot our fash­ion story with Twin Peaks star

Kyle Maclach­lan there, to the de­light of his team. “They have worked on hun­dreds of shoots but

never have I seen them more ex­cited than with Kyle,” he says. “Twin Peaks

had a deeply in­grained in­flu­ence on all of us. Or it could be peo­ple had a huge

crush on him. Coolest, nicest guy I’ve worked with.” Sli­jper also shoots for The New York Times, i-D, Dazed

& Con­fused and oth­ers.

Matthew Fort

“For years, I thought love of the cau­li­flower was my own pet vice,” says the

award-win­ning food writer. “Then sud­denly, it started crop­ping up on menus ev­ery­where, and I found I wasn’t alone in my pas­sion.” Fort charts the un­likely rise of the pale bras­sica, and what it re­ally tells you about Bri­tish culi­nary at­ti­tudes,

on page 106. He has writ­ten for The Guardian and Coun­try Liv­ing, and

is a judge on BBC2’s

Great Bri­tish Menu.

Tim Lewis

The con­tribut­ing ed­i­tor in­ter­views the coun­try’s pre-em­i­nent neu­ro­sur­geon Henry Marsh about re­grets, re­tire­ment and tweak­ing noses. “Marsh’s books are so hon­est, al­most reck­lessly

so, that I sus­pected he would be more guarded in per­son. In­stead, he’s that

rarest of in­ter­vie­wees: noth­ing is off lim­its.” Lewis is a fea­tures writer at The

Ob­server. His book, Land of Sec­ond Chances: the Im­pos­si­ble Tale of Rwanda’s

Cy­cling Team (Yel­low Jersey) is out now.

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