Friday, March 7, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Galore Mag
If you live in New York City, you’ve heard about Galore. The ’90s-inspired quarterly mag, launched in 2012 by Prince Chenoa and Jacob Dekat, perfectly mixes powerful women and sex appeal for a downtown-girl-meets-vixen-bombshell visual aesthetic that stands out amongst the typical newsstand crowd. But Galore isn’t just a magazine–it’s a media company that hosts events, produces short films and creates daily content for their site. In celebration of our killer Nasty Gal x Galore party last night, we thought it would be the perfect time to hit up these EICs and hear more about our favorite mag of the moment.
Thursday, February 20, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: I Love You Magazine
Berlin-based I Love You magazine started life as a fashionable blog, but its print reincarnation has but all the style and substance of the most well-respected glossy. Thematically tackling life’s big topics–diet, ego, motherhood–in a smart, aesthetically pleasing way, I Love You offers a refreshing alternative to the clichéd editorial that still dominates newsstands. Phoebe Lovatt spoke to Editor-in-Chief Christiane Boerdner to find out how she goes about creating “the type of magazine that women love and at the same time a magazine that loves women.”
Friday, February 14, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Our Favorite Collections From Fall 2014 NYFW
MARC BY MARC JACOBS
New York Fashion Week is officially donezo, which means it’s time to eat a burger, take a nap, and try to wrap our heads around all the awesomeness that paraded down the runway. So, with the help of illustrator Janelle Burger, we rounded up our 5 favorite NYFW shows to share with our fellow fashion freaks. First up: Marc by Marc Jacobs’ BMX-racer-meets-Working-Girls sporty printed pieces. We are so down with this comfy couture look, and, yes, we totally just made that term up.
Thursday, February 13, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Sexy Mags, Part 2: Adult
In the lead up to February’s annual love-in, Phoebe Lovatt spoke to the people behind two magazines that are challenging the way we look at sex, erotica, and the ever-shifting space in between. Yesterday, she chatted up TALC creative director Edward Vince, but today she talks with Sarah Nicole Prickett, founding editor of Adult magazine.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Artsy Fartsy: Sexy Mags, Part 1: Talc
In the lead up to February’s annual love-in, Phoebe Lovatt spoke to the people behind two magazines that are challenging the way we look at sex, erotica, and the ever-shifting space in between. First up: TALC founder and creative director Edward Vince.