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LIMITED EDITION ISSUE THREE OUT NOW // ORDER HERE 

EQUATE Limited Edition (Issue 3) Magazine. Pre-order this Limited Edition issue featuring our cover stars Oli Sykes, Jazmin Bean plus Nafe Smallz & M Huncho. This issue also features photo editorials of our original Issue 3 cover stars SiR, Shenseea, Tate McRae & Unknown T, with new editorials from Nasty C, Havelock Hudson, Lauren Cofie, Bad Habit, and more.

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EDITION THREE OUT NOW // ORDER HERE

Edition Three of EQUATE Magazine is available to order now. This new-look music issue features our cover star’s Shenseea, SiR, Tate McRae, Unknown T plus our limited-edition Black Lives Matter London protest cover. All proceeds from the sale of this will be going towards the Black Minds Matter UK charity and a percentage from sales of all other issues featuring our four cover stars will also be going towards this important cause. This issue also features editorials from Becca Dudley, Caro, Cautious Clay, Dope Saint Jude, Ebenezer, Elderbrook, Imogen Mansfield, Louis III, Kenny Ethan Jones, Tamera, The Hunna, Wendy Asumadu and many more.

EDITION TWO OUT NOW // ORDER HERE

Edition Two of EQUATE Magazine is out now featuring our cover stars Ashnikko & Conan Gray. The issue also features editorials from Aurora, Kindness, Bree Runway, Lucky Daye, Tom Tripp, Amelia Dimz, Kara Marni, Delilah, Sleepy Soy, Rika, Molly McLachlan, Br3nya, Jay Jay Revlon, AKOJO Market, Noah Slee, Unknown T and much more.

EDITION  ONE OUT NOW // ORDER HERE

Equate is a bespoke content platform, bridging the worlds of Art, Culture, Fashion and Music. Through its long-form editorials and video content, it conveys stories which are as timely as they are timeless. With an aesthetic which combines classic elegance and boundlessly creative originality, Equate is both inspired and inspirational. Shining light on diverse phenomenal talent, breaking boundaries, introducing a unique take on topics from various realms of culture and society, Equate emerges as a conscious, visionary space which ‘sees one as equal to another’.