Issue 8 of the biannual magazine by one of the most creative couples in the business - Buro culture maker and acclaimed artist Bart Celestino and equally in-demand photographer Bec Parsons - launches tonight. A sophisticated medley of fashion and art, every image in the 194-page publication is shot on film - a rarity in today's digital world. "We draw on analogue processes to craft our own personal, genuine and unique views of the world," says Parsons. 

LOVE WANT: Australia's most creative couple launch their new issue

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LOVE WANT: Australia's most creative couple launch their new issue

Celestino has made his name specialising in super-format analogue photography - most notably through his evocative Sydney seascapes. In this issue, the creative couple sought out some of Australia's finest creative forces to collaborate with, with Mark Vassalo, Julia Nobis, Jessica Hart, Elyse Taylor, Pierre Toussaint and Derek Henderson all gracing the issue's pages.

LOVE WANT: Australia's most creative couple launch their new issue

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If Bec Parsons' dreamy fashion editorial, shot in Paris and pictured here, is any indication, Issue 8 is set to be a stunner. It will be stocked in Bassike stores in Sydney (the launch is at Bassike's Paddington store tonight), as well as Colette, Palais de Tokyo and the Pompidou in Paris and London's Tate Modern.  Visit lovewantmagazine.com.

LOVE WANT: Australia's most creative couple launch their new issue

LOVE WANT: Australia's most creative couple launch their new issue

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