“20 years already... Numéro is a dream come true. To create a magazine, you had to be daring, especially at the dawn of the third millennium. The magic and the human alchemy, delivering a new point of view on fashion and art, opening your doors to young creation, that is what’s guided the steps of this magazine right up to celebrating today’s Numéro 200. But also, the complicity of great names such as Peter Lindbergh and Jean-Baptiste Mondino, who have photographed Irina Shayk, Lexi Boling and Alexandra Micu for this special collector’s edition. Indeed, Numéro is a story of heart and of family, written by all the talented people who have contributed to its pages, with the same passion and the same fervour. This special Numéro is thus an opportunity to pay tribute to everyone who has helped build it. And this is only a beginning that augurs a radiant future. Live your utopias, believe in yourself, laugh and smile at life, that, for me, is what has made Numéro into the success it is. A huge thank-you to everybody.”
Babeth Djian, founder of Numéro magazine
In the contents of February 2019’s Numéro 200:
An encounter with Elle Fanning, one of Hollywood's hottest young talents and the new muse at Miu Miu, a portrait of the singer Willow Smith, the new face of the fragrance Mutiny by Maison Margiela, home in on Charli XCX, the ultimate girl power cash and trash icon, an interview with Camélia Jordana, the militant singer, the confessions of soulgirl Jorja Smith, principal dancer Germain Louvet and the volcanic rapper Tommy Genesis, a meeting with Félix Maritaud, nominee for the Best Male Newcomer César, original creations by couturiers and the artistic directors at the biggest fashion houses in an exclusive portfolio, portraits of Julien Ceccaldi, American Artist, Loucia Carlier and Bonny Poon, contemporary art’s new generation, an exclusive portfolio of works by Claude Lévêque photographed by Philippe Fragnière and fashion shoots by Peter Lindbergh, Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Kacper Kasprzyk, Koto Bolofo, Hugh Lippe, Suzie & Léo and Cameron McCool.