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CLASSIC WITH A TWIST David Gandy and his Jaguar XK120 have a lot in common. Meeting both in London, we discover a very modern drive beneath the polished surface Story Andrew Dickens Photography Bella Howard 50 / Jaguar Magazine

In person S horeditch on a Monday morning is full of cool people. This creative cauldron in east London attracts the kind of person who waltzes to work with a £4 coffee in one hand and a grasp of the zeitgeist in the other. Today, though, no matter how cool they are, their necks are turned by two very beautiful things being photographed in the district’s backstreets: megamodel David Gandy and his recently and lovingly restored 1954 Jaguar XK120. Against the rough, grafftied background, with steady rain greying the light, they look glossy before they’ve even gone to print – as if beamed in from a 1950s photoshoot. » ARTWORK: MR CENZ (MRCENZ.COM)

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JAGUAR MAGAZINE celebrates creativity in all its forms, with exclusive features that inspire sensory excitement, from seductive design to cutting-edge technology.

The latest issue features a range of inspiring people: from Luke Jennings, creator of Villanelle, one of the most interesting television characters in recent times, to Marcus Du Sautoy, who ponders whether artificial intelligence is on the brink of becoming creative. Out on the road, we visit the US to explore the foodie heaven of Portland in a Jaguar I-PACE, take a Jaguar XE to the south of France to get a photographer’s viewpoint of the charming town of Arles, and much more.

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