Whether or not they were readers of the original Holiday, an American magazine which ran from 1946 to 1977 and regaled its audience with texts by famous writers and tasteful photographs of the hedonistic lifestyle, fans of quality reporting are sure to love the Holiday of 2014. Revived by l’Atelier Frank Durand, a French art direction studio, Holiday, which returns for its 373rd issue, is bi-annual and bilingual (French and English). Its large format and full-page photos force the reader to hold the slightly rough magazine at arm’s length.
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