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Assistant No.1

Assistant No.1

Assistant:


Assistant is a fashion magazine about the present, past, but most certainly the future. The assistants of the greatest minds and creatives standing in the background will be without a doubt the stars of tomorrow. Assistant uncovers their world by discovering and inspiring younger generations — and the not so young — who aspire to be a part of the fashion industry.

Assistant features different talents who are carving their own paths, who are next in line to make their mark. Assistant is about the ups and downs of their lives and experiences the and the why, when where and how they got where they are and where they are going.

Emerging from a sleeping industry, Assistant will create waves by forging ahead allowing new talent to express themselves in the contemporary fashion world. Clear the way, a new generation is taking.

WSJ Magazine Expansion

WSJ Magazine October 2014 Emily DiDonato by Angelo Pennetta

WSJ Magazine October 2014 Emily DiDonato by Angelo Pennetta (Editorial)

WSJ:


WSJ. Magazine, The Wall Street Journal’s glossy luxury lifestyle publication, today announced the launches of WSJ. Magazine Brasil and WSJ. Magazine América Latina. The two new editions, which will be printed in Portuguese and Spanish, respectively, will be published four times a year: October 2014, December 2014, April 2015 and July/August 2015.

As part of this international expansion, these editions will reach over 95,000 affluent readers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Panama. Available on Fridays, the editions will be hosted in eight of the most influential local newspapers, including El Mercurio, El Norte, El Tiempo, La Nación, La Prensa, Mural, Reforma and Valor Econômico. The content will also be available on WSJAmericas.com, WSJ.com/Brasil and WSJ.com.

This is the first time in WSJ. Magazine’s history that local language editions will be available and distributed in newspapers other than The Wall Street Journal.

D’SCENE Launch Issue

D’SCENE No.00 Travis Smith & Jamie Wise by Michelangelo L. Cecilia & Elias Tahan 1 D’SCENE No.00 Travis Smith & Jamie Wise by Michelangelo L. Cecilia & Elias Tahan 1
D’SCENE No.00 Travis Smith & Jamie Wise by Michelangelo L. Cecilia & Elias Tahan

MaleModelScene.net:



Welcome to D’SCENE, a project we are happy to share with all of our Design Scene and Male Model Scene readers. Just as our web pages celebrate young and promising talents we made sure we stay true to our mission on the pages of our magazine as well. Stars of our new project are models set to reshape the scene. In addition to the models there’s also a list of up and coming and already established names in the industry comprised of talented photographers, writers and fashion editors thanks to who this issue comes to life.

In honor of our Male Model Scene this time we are spotlighting the male models, with sessions captured in Milano, Paris, London, Sydney, New York, and Los Angeles. The contributors coming from around the globe have truly captured an international sentiment.

To front our issue we selected two coverboys, top models Travis Smith and Jamie Wise. One photographed in Milan with a European edge by Michelangelo L. Cecilia, while the other took on the quintessential LA style in a shoot by Elias Tahan. Perhaps the most romantic moment comes half way through, with Reflexion by Maud Maillard, a story fronted by the much buzzed about Timur (already the face of Dior Homme), and let’s not forget model and cookbook author Cesar Casier. Furthermore we are happy to present more than thirty models gracing the pages of our zero hour edition.

Violet No.1

Style.com:



Violet No.1 Brit Marling by de CadenetViolet is a labor of love she started alongside her friend Luella Bartley, the new design director for Marc by Marc Jacobs.

“I started talking and brainstorming with Luella,” says Clark, “and slowly, it felt like time for me to do this.” Despite the digital-crazed, online world that fashion is moving toward, Clark argues print still has its place. “Print is not dead for me, no way. Magazines just need to be special and booklike—and Violet is
booklike. I would never read a book on a screen.”

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Brit Marling covers the first issue, shot and interviewed by de Cadenet,

M|M No.1

MM No.1 Spring 2014 Daan van der Deen by Marco Van Rijt

M|M No.1 Spring 2014 Daan van der Deen by Marco Van Rijt


M|M is a magazine, which has one simple goal: to be what interests us.  Success with style is the ethos around which M|M is being created, a provocative mix of the very best writing, strong and sexy visuals and an unrivaled sense of achievement, intelligence and irreverence, the ultimate sophisticated men’s tip-sheet. Editing is about searching and we’re happy to share with you what we found along the way while putting together this magazine together. I truly hope you will enjoy as much as we did.

Holiday Magazine

Preview Edita Vilkeviciute by Mark Peckmezian for Holiday Magazine 1

Webber:



Mark Peckmezian recently collaborated with stylist Clare Richardson to shoot Edita Vilkeviciute for Franck Durand's relaunch of Holiday Magazine. The magazine was exclusively debuted at Colette in Paris and will be available worldwide Monday, 7th April.




Style.com:


Holiday No.373 SS 2014Iconic travel magazine Holiday...shuttered in 1977, will relaunch this month.

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The publication’s 21st-century debut boasts an Ibizan dispatch from novelist Arthur Dreyfus, photography by Josh Olins (below), and a recherché peek into Inez & Vinoodh’s Manhattan loft. Dubbed “The 69 Issue,” the Fall/Winter 2014 offering, which is currently being celebrated via a window at Colette, draws from the freewheeling sensibilities of 1969. .


Also NY Times coverage.

SRC783

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SRC783 No.2: The Southern Hemisphere cover is modeled by April Tiplady & Dempsey Stewart, shot by Pierre Toussaint. The Northern Hemisphere cover features Ashley Smith & Kel Markey, shot by Jason Lee Parry in NYC.


SRC783 is a collaboration between Christina Dietze & Nick Thomm.

The publication documents alternative editorial fashion, but chooses to focus on creativity, art and style instead of seasonal trends. Each issue of SRC783 represents a collection of thoughts and ideas that push our readers to form their own individual style. SRC783 magazine is published by The Drop Studio.


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Vamp Magazine No.1 From The Founders Of Hercules

Vamp Magazine No.1

BoF: David Vivirido & Francesco Sourigues, Editors and Publishers


David Vivirido and Francesco Sourigues like to use the term “power-woman,” along with the descriptor “woman on top.” In fact, that’s how the duo sums up both the subject matter and target audience of their new magazine, Vamp, which launches next week.

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“Vamp is for women who want to get ahead, stamp their foot and make a statement,” Vivirido asserts.

Accordingly, the magazine features profiles and portraits of women at the top of their game, as well as strong, yet refreshingly unconceptual fashion spreads shot by emerging photographers, all in a straight-forward aesthetic that harks back to American fashion imagery from the 1970s and 1980s. “It’s about inspiring women with stories about other successful women. It’s not another magazine for fashion people, it’s for real women, power-women, women on top, who like beautiful things — clothes, hair, skin,” Sourigues says.


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SWAG No.1

SWAG No.1

SWAG:

IT IS AND ONLINE, DIGITAL MAGAZINE RELEASING ON WEB AND IPAD (LATER ISSUES).
BASICALLY THE MAGAZINE IS ABOUT FASHION, BEAUTY AND ART CONTENTS. ITS GOALS TO SHOW ALL THESE THINGS IN EVERY DETAILS AND CREATE A PLATFORM TO MOSTLY HUNGARIAN AND CENTRAL-EUROPEAN FASHION, DESIGN, PAINTING, SCULPTURE, ARCHITECTURE AND OTHER PARTS OF THE ART INDUSTRY.

SWAG IS A QUARTERLY APPEARING HUNGARIAN DIGITAL FASHION MAGAZINE THAT GIVES SOMETHING PLUS FOR THOSE WHO ARE SURROUNDED BY FASHION, ART AND OTHER SIMILAR ACTIVITIES. BESIDES IT IS A NATIONALLY APPEARING MEDIA THAT FORCES AND REPRESENTS HUNGARIAN FASHION.

THE MEANING OF THE MAGAZINE, THE WORD IS A SLANG FOR A GOOD LOOKING PERSON.

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Porter Magazine's Strong Lineup

Karmen Pedaru by Katja Rahlwes for Porter

A credit report posted on tFS of Net-a-porter's Porter magazine issue No.1. Coming out strong.

The Woman Within
Model: Gisele Bundchen
Photographers: Inez & Vinoodh
Stylist: Alex White
6 Photos

The Shape Of Things To Come
Model: Bianca Balti
Photographer: Cuneyt Akeroglu
Stylist: Gillian Wilkins
11 Photos

The Ingénue
Model: Julia Frauche
Photographer: Camilla Akrans
Stylist: Sissy Vian
14 Photos

Before Midnight
Model: Nadja Bender
Photograpger: Ezra Petronio
Stylist: Melanie Ward
12 Photos

Love In The Afternoon
Model: Karmen Pedaru
Photographer: Katja Rahlwes
Stylist: Maya Zepinic
8 Photos

Fetishisms Manifesto Vol. 1

Fetishisms Manifesto Vol. 1

Fetishisms Manifesto:


Inspired by the under the counter nudie-mags of the 1950s, Fetishisms Manifesto is a unique bi-annual erotic publication. Featuring photographs of Emily Ratajkowski, Britany Nola, Amy Hood, Marlo Lavonne and more.

80lb Dull Coated Paper / 48 Pages / Sheet Fed Press / 4 Color BW Printing / 5.5 x 8.5 “

Limited edition print run of 1000qty.
$19.50

Curated by Amy Nicole Hood
Photographs by Jonathan Leder


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Black Magazine Intros Digital-Only Magazine, BLKONBLK

BLKONBLK Issue No.1 Holly Rose by  Thom Kerr

Black Magazine:


Welcome to our first ever digital-only issue of Black Magazine. It is called BLKONBLK issue #1. Similar to the 20 issues of Black Magazine published to date - tailored to suit online, the web, the digital arena, it's Black on the move. We will still publish two big, beautiful printed issues of Black Magazine each year, that will never change as we LOVE the smell of ink on paper, we love everything that represents and will move toward a more beautiful book bi-annually than ever. With well over 100k followers online we are very aware of not only our friends and followers, but what they want from an online publication and site. BLKONBLK is for you, as is Black Magazine and all things Black. Here you can download a pdf version for free or go to a free online version via Issuu. We chose pdf as an option because many of our contributors, advertising partners and readers like to share images from Black so now you can download the pdf file - at around 90mb - and share, extract, do what you like with it really! Roll your cursor over text and credits, there are a number of links, shop now and pre-order items that will take you to our partner's pages.


PDF & Issuu only?