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    Accent’s debut print issue features a young vogueing superstar from the House of Labeija in NYC, the street kids of Mexico City’s Alameda Central park and a yuppie-hating bachelor from Philadelphia who spent 30 years as a photographer’s muse

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  • From the issue

    Los Niños

    One-hour photo prints of Mexico City’s street kids, by Tyler Hubby in the summer of 1999



    A modern-day Huck Finn who hunts for treasure along the beaches, forests and sidewalks of the Pacific Northwest



    Pull up a chair at the annual Kalderash celebration in Eastern Romania and take a look inside a community built on spirit and tradition

  • From the issue

    Kia Labeija

    Behind-the-scenes of our cover shoot with Kia Labeija, New York’s young vogue ballroom superstar who is using her stage for HIV activism


    Great Uncle John

    Photographer Eloise Parry shares the story of her Great Uncle John, a joiner, gentleman and nonconformist by nature

  • News

    Accent shoots Brutus with Derek Ridgers

    This year British brand Brutus celebrates 50 years. To mark the occasion, Accent teamed up with Derek Ridgers to photograph the SS16 campaign in Soho, London

  • Events

    Accent launch at Lights of Soho, London

    To mark the launch of Accent issue one at London’s Lights of Soho, gallery co-director Hamish Jenkinson pays tribute to Chris Bracey, the legendary neon signmaker

  • Photography

    Travelling squatters

    Danielle Levitt writes about her photo series ‘Squatters’, featuring a group of punk travellers she met by chance in New York City one summer


    High on the sky’s line

    Jeffrey Stockbridge shares stories from the road on a 10,000 mile motorcycle tour of the United States, taken in honour of an amazing dad


    I love to dress like . . .

    … I am coming from somewhere. Flurina Rothenberger shares the stories behind more than a decade’s-worth of photographs from across Africa