"There you were, wandering around with tooth decay in the newsagent, wanting to be touched, dreaming of the impossible, when a beautiful thing happened. BOULEVARD came into your life. A monthly bundle of joy in your high street. The magazine that's so nice, it hurts." - Issue One
Boulevard Magazine: short-lived New Wave fashion, culture and politics magazine featuring art, interviews, news, photography editorials and essays. Published in London, 1978-1979.
Between the covers:
"Fashion Loathing" photo essay featuring Claude Montana, a spread titled "Bauhaus Style," an interview with David Bowie, Aspen Styles, a spotlight piece on Holly Woodlawn, 24 Hours on 42nd Street, an exclusive first look at Helmut Newton's "Sleepless Nights," an illuminating history of Rolls Royce...
Feature pieces on DEVINE and John Waters, Fashion Show reportage from Winter 1979 in London and Paris, profiles on Tina Chow and Bianca Jagger, a paper doll cutout section titled "Revolt Into Style," a reflexology chart, articles about Christopher Hitchens and dangerous cosmetics, Manson letters and diaries from prison, and an article titled, "Sex & Drugs and How It Works."