Issue 52 is hot off the press!
Take a peek inside the covers.
We talk to the “Pope of Trash” John Waters, indie king Mike Mills and documentarian Morgan Spurlock. There’s also rising screen stars Emma Stone, Rinko Kikuchi and Craig Roberts. Plus a 2-for-1 voucher to see Mills’ new film ‘Beginners’ for every Australian reader.
Take a trip to Iceland (including a stint in elf school), head to some Chinese music festivals and let musician Devendra Banhart blow your mind.
Of course, there’s still all the usual fashion, beauty, food and features to enjoy too. Happy reading!
Issue 86 is on sale Thursday 6 October, 2016. Prepare for take off with Yen’s travel issue. We’ve got famous landmarks with a twist, souvenir...
Journalist and human rights advocate Masha Gessen is proving that the pen is indeed mightier than the sword.
The Fashion Issue is here! Practise your best pout-to-camera, because this Yen is our most stylish yet.
Call her a loser and she’ll glow with pride. Lou Doillon is not just a blue-blooded musician but also a philosopher who embraces her inner...
Marcia Langton is a brilliant mind matched with a purpose to change ever-persistent racism in Australia.
Yen's new Take It Outside issue is here, and for the first time our cover features a breathtaking artwork that we couldn't resist showing off!
Like some bonkers, convoluted plot in a Dan Brown or Thomas Pynchon novel, we take a walk through some of the world's secret societies.