The Beat Goes On

Jakko Jakszyk, the lead guitarist of progressive-rock band King Crimson, reflects on his musical origins

Brother Act

Identical twins Dean and Dan Caten – founders of Milan-based fashion house Dsquared2 – interview each other for our latest issue, reflecting on their long career together


The short story Incontrarsi by Giuseppe Pontiggia is translated by award-winning contemporary novelist, essayist and critic Zadie Smith

War Against Immigrants

The border between the human and animal worlds is a thin and often meaningless one: for wildlife, migration is as instinctive a reaction to change or danger as it is for us

New Perspectives: Dorothea Lange

Port’s director of photography, Max Ferguson, analyses an iconic piece of New Deal propaganda from documentary photographer Dorothea Lange

10,000 Hours: Anna Karina

No single figure represents the Nouvelle Vague – the period of intense, dynamic creativity in French cinema in the 1960s – better than Anna Karina

Let The Rhythm Hit ’Em

The founder of music label Big Dada argues that rhythmic invention has been an integral facet of hip hop

Artistic Baggage

Industrial designer Konstantin Grcic explains how performance artist Joseph Beuys influenced his playful interpretation of the Prada bag

Bronx Boys

Stephen Shames’ vital work documents the experience of impoverished youth in the Bronx

Writing Is Easy

Contrary to belief, writing is a straightforward task, made even simpler with these handy hints by comedian Steve Martin

African Winter

Photographer Rudi Geyser and Port fashion director Dan May shoot Parajumpers in the wild

Well Heeled

For issue 23, Helena Fletcher traces FALKE’s 125 years of sock making heritage


For issue 23, photographer Mehdi Lacoste and Port’s fashion editor, Rose Forde, combine Manolo Blahnik shoes with literary leisure

Blood Cake

For the latest issue Port’s food editor, Fergus Henderson, cooks up a warming winter dish with his team at St. John – blood cake and fried eggs


For issue 23, photographer Markus Pritzi and Port’s fashion editor, Rose Forde, captures the spirit of West Germany circa 1984

David La Spina

An exclusive portfolio by photographer David La Spina explores the hidden patterns and intimate moments of New York street life

Horse Play

Over the past 200 years, Hermès has grown from an equine accessories company to be an icon of savoir-faire and luxury, but the company has not forgotten its roots

Gio Ponti

Prolific, eclectic and indefatigable: Christopher Turner remembers the father of modern Italian design, Gio Ponti

The Crumber

Michel Roux Jr, the chef patron of the two-Michelin-starred Le Gavroche in London, reflects on the humble crumber, an essential tool in the ritual of fine dining

Orford Ness

A flat and seemingly featureless strip of isolated Suffolk coastline conceals the secret of British military technology from Radar to the Nuclear Age