© brownbook - cover of issue #29 brownbook magazine's savvy scope give us the lowdown on the thriving contemporary urban culture in the middle east like no other publication does. its newest issue zooms in on fashion, and explores the region's industry from textile sourcing to design, visiting cotton factories in egypt, covering catwalks in sudan and profiling emerging designers. furthermore there's an interview with iranian artist newsha tavakolian, a feature on the new royal opera house in muscat and its director iman al hindawi, and an interview with karim-antoine habib, one of bmw's chief designers. brownbook #29 is available at select stores across the planet, including century 21 [new york], selfridges [london], do you read me?! [berlin], papercup [beirut] and kinokuniya [singapore].
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