The importance of nature for both our personal wellbeing and global prosperity has never been clearer. With a cautious return to the great outdoors now on our shared horizon, Kinfolk Issue 37 heeds the enticing call of the wild.
Flower Arranging / In her Parisian atelier, Miyoko Yasumoto makes an unfrivolous case for floristry.
Haatepah Clearbear / First, Haatepah Clearbear learned about his past. Now the young model is using that knowledge to advocate for Native American futures - and the planet.
Ron Finley / An exclusive excerpt from forthcoming book, The Kinfolk Garden.
Rock Steady / A breath of fresh air amid the ancient Stone Forest of southwestern China.
Rendered Impossible / Those who can only dream of the great outdoors may as well have some fun while doing it.
Material Girl / The most interesting people, stories and haircuts all have layers. This fall, so does your wardrobe.
Mona Chalabi / On sending spreadsheets viral.
Wild Thoughts / On the nature of nature writing.
Vizcaya Gardens / A garden once dismissed as a stylistic mishmash now conjures nostalgia for an impossible place.
Delving deeply into home, work, style and culture, Kinfolk promotes quality of life and connects a global community of creative professionals from London to Tokyo.
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