Overflowing with inspiration, Kinfolk is a celebration and ongoing exploration of slow living. Filled with nostalgia for a simpler way of life, each quarterly issue of this indie lifestyle magazine takes a deep dive into all things home, work, style, food, culture and community with thoughtful essays, articles, interviews and beautiful photo essays from an international pool of contributors. This issue is dedicated to intimacy and explores our contradictory cravings for both secure, stable relationships and the freedom to follow our hearts and desires. You’ll find a conversation with psychotherapist and relationship expert Esther Perel, a clever editorial shoot exploring personal boundaries, a look back at romance novelist Jackie Collins and a photo essay from Gustav Almestål that explores the solitary indulgence of comfort foods — especially during a break up. Also included is a profile on ex-CIA spy Amaryllis Fox, a peek inside an art deco royal palace in India and five tips to make connection and vulnerability a little easier. With its signature aesthetic and inspiring themes, Kinfolk is required reading for anyone devoted to living with intention.
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