- Relaunched in 2014 by Atelier Franck Durand
Born in Philadelphia in 1946, Holiday held sway as the great midcentury travel magazine. Its pages were art-directed by the visionary Frank Zachary and filled with words and pictures by the likes of Hemingway, Steinbeck, Kerouac, Cartier-Bresson, and Steichen.
The original Holiday folded in 1977, after a long fizzle. Nearly four decades later it has been reborn as a biannual written in English and conceived in Paris. “We kept the essence of the magazine, its quest for aesthetics,” says artistic director Franck Durand, who helms the new Holiday with editor Marc Beaugé.