Travis Scott, Klara Kristin and Lily McMenamy Cover the Latest Issue of 'EXIT Magazine'

Shot by Kenneth Cappello.

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Travis Scott, Klara Kristin and Lily McMenamy grace the multi-cover 33rd issue of UK’s EXIT Magazine. Founded in 2000 by photographer Stephen Toner and art director Mark Jubber, EXIT Magazine has established a reputation on its carefully curated creative and authentic editorials over the years. The latest issue continues to define art, fashion and photography through contemporary culture with a 16-page spread shot by Kenneth Cappello featuring Travis Scott, in addition to other content by established and emerging photographers, stylist and artists. Head over to EXIT Magazine to pick up a copy of the latest issue.

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