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Dazed (formerly Dazed & Confused) is a bi-monthly British style magazine founded in 1991. It covers music, fashion, film, art, and literature. Dazed is published by Dazed Media, an independent media group known for producing stories across its print, digital and video brands. The company's portfolio includes titles AnOther, Another Man and Hunger. The company's newest division, Dazed Studio, creates brand campaigns across the luxury and lifestyle sectors. Based in London, its founding editors are Jefferson Hack and fashion photographer Rankin.
March 2000 was entitled 'Feel It' and celebrated gay rights with a cover showing two men kissing
December 2000 the 'Altered Beauty' issue saw Dazed stylist Katy England and photographer Nick Knight conceive a ground-breaking fashion shoot to support Breakthrough Breast Cancer, an organisation promoting Breast Cancer Awareness. Featuring models of all ages who had had breast cancer, and the scars to prove it, the magazine also presented interviews with the women showing how breast cancer had changed their lives
July 2004 the 'South Africa' issue celebrated ten years of democracy and was dedicated to marking a decade of freedom with 10% of all ad revenue from the issue donated to fight AIDS in South Africa (African Solutions to African Problems)
July 2006 'The Freedom Issue: Know Your Rights' saw Dazed partner with Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch to highlight the ever-present issue of human rights around the world. Featuring exclusive cover artwork by Damien Hirst and Barbara Kruger on the theme, the special section looked at rights abuses across the globe, and the battles against them
April 2011 'The Money Issue' with cover by Jake and Dinos Chapman explored capitalism and the creative industries with features on London's creative workers, offshore tax havens and the post-credit crunch economy
Autumn/Winter 2015 featured Ru-Paul's Drag Race's Pearl Liaison making Dazed the first leading fashion magazine to celebrate a drag coverstar
Spring/Summer 2016 featured transgender female musician Anohni in the 'Power/Protest' issue
Spring 2016 celebrated the youngest publicly documented person to be identified as transgender Jazz Jennings by putting her on the cover under the title 'Infinity Girl'
Dazeddigital.com launched in November 2006 with a dedicated editorial and video team covering news, fashion, culture, music and art. Its editor is Thomas Gorton. Each year it publishes the Dazed 100, a list of the hundred most influential people shaping youth culture. The Dazed 100 runs in partnership with Calvin KleinCK One. The list is interactive and ranked by readers. In 2015 the winner was Hari Nef. In 2016 the winner was Troye Sivan.