JAYE is a monthly women?s fashion magazine that focuses primarily on college women across the country and the issues they encounter outside of the academic environment. The magazine also provides the reader fashion, beauty, health & entertainment information in each issue. JAYE magazine's theme is ?because college is more than the classroom?. The magazine gives readers information about different college women around the world and their needs, struggles, and stories of life.
PRESS The Fashion magazines debut issue has arrived! Interview with rising super-model Herieth Paul, Q&A's with Ottawa based designers and fashion editorials from Vancouver, Montreal, L.A. and oh yes, Ottawa!
The hyped and long awaited second issue of leading fashion illustration magazine, Sketchbook, is now at your fingertips. After an exciting Fashion Blogger Issue featuring interviews with some of the world?s finest talents and celebrating the fashion blogging phenomenon, we knew we had to deliver a spectacular follow up. What better way to do this than introducing to you the London Fashion Designer Issue. Another issue full with the most talked about designers, illustrators and photographers around today. To keep with our first issue?s theme, we generated 14 different layouts to find the perfect representations of cover stars.
September is the January of fashion so they say, and we bring to you our last bumper issue just as university starts in fall! (Our editorial team consists of people from Wee Kim Wee School of Information and Communication by the way). Come celebrate fashion with us as we take you through the latest trends in fashion and the coolest picks for the new season!
The Innocence Issue - OUT NOW Fashion editorial from the likes of Lope Navo, Joseph Sinclair, Andrew Houghton. Yossi Michaeli, Thomas Knight, Dave Wise and Jahn Hall. Beautiful photographic essays from Lauren Marek, Timo de Frongue, Colin Hill and Christopher Whitfield, along with all the latest fashion news, Illustration and rising stars. Fashion, Photography, Illustration and more...
Welcome to the second issue of Fiasco Magazine, packed with all things Noir, with editorials from Vincent Nord, Christian Rios and Dave Wise. Magazine also covers, Rising Stars, Photography Editorials, Art & Illustration, Fashion and much more! CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE: ALINE & JACQUELINE TAPPIADAVE WISECHRISTIAN RIOSBEN LAMBERTYMATTHEW LYNSUSANNE SPIELYIORGOS KAPLANIDISSIMON BIRKLUCIANO INSUADIMA HOHLOVPINO GOMESGRANT THOMASVINCENT DILIODAMON BAKERWESTON WELLSMATHIEU BERTHEMYPAUL KEMLERBRIAN JAMESREN ROXWILLIAM WALSHLUKI
The first issue of METRO Virtual Fashion, covering the world of virtual fashion in Second Life (tm). The magazine is published quarterly by an in-world modelling agency and focuses on high-quality editorial photography.
Wetheurban, an online publication dedicated to fashion, art, music, and culture (and Tumblr's current most followed blog of the like) is set to release their fourth issue: The Creative Expression Issue. Creativity is the sense that brings out the best and worst of us, but the impact of that creativity is what makes this world worth living in. This fourth issue is an unfolding of brave, passionate, and unique individuals who choose to share their imaginative minds with the public. The cover features none other than Rick Genest, or Zombie Boy, as he is known to the public. Discovered by fashion director Nicola Formichetti, Genest is the epitome of boundary pushing creativity.
Volume 2 issue 3 of Metro Virtual Fashion, a magazine featuring the world of Second Life fashion. MVF is produced by an in-world model agency and we are dedicated to high quality editorial photography and unique content. This issue includes food as fashion, Katat0nik, RL fashion trends in SL, rock and roll inspired looks, and inventory management. Covergirls: Anessa Stine and Graciana Mcmillan
The Untitled Magazine presents a new dimension to XXXX Magazine?s original fashion films, video art productions and articles. The Voyeur Issue features works by artists and directors including: Andrea Tese, Anne Koch, Blindmice, Brian Gonzalez, Catherine Anyango, Chiara Cola, Delaney Bishop, Diana Eugeni Le Quesne, Diego Corredor, Dimitri Hyacinthe, Henry Jacobson, Indira Cesarine, Iris Brosch, Janine Gordan, Jessica Mitrani, Jordan Doner, Karine Laval, Konstantinos Menelaou, Michael Daks, Michael Williams, Monica Elkelv, Morgan O'Donovan, Patricio Guillamon, Paul Windridge, Peter Luckner, Romy Northover, Ronnit Hasson, Sean Capone, Sophia Deininger and Zaiba Jabbar
Arguably, as Coco Chanel once said, Fashion is in the sky, in the street. fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening ? fashion engage with the zeitgeist and is somehow affected by the spirit of the time but this whole crisis is like a big spring house-cleaning - both moral and physical and might bring out the creative best from all of us, lead to newness and experimentation.
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