Dujour Magazine The Virgin Issue
June 2, 2010
-- New magazines pop up each year. Those publishers who find themselves with the thousands of dollars it takes to print copies in every country but opt for celebrity obsessed, advertiser driven content or those independent publishers who wear the indie title, yet lack the devotion to uncovering truly emerging talent, are devoiding the group of readers yearning for something inspirational. Dujour Magazine is proud to fill that niche with its recent relaunch an independent, eco-friendly online & print-on-demand publication while riding high on the launch of its highly anticipated fourth installment, The Virgin Issue.
With availability spanning out as far as Standard Bookstore newsstand in Japan, Dujour magazine has become a platform for the promotion of independent designers and has quickly become the go-to read for fashionistas who yearn for engaging content, socially responsible ideals and attainable style.
The 150+ page Virgin Issue includes over 50 pages of organic fashion done only the way Dujour might. Juxtaposing and combining brands like Filipa K, Vintage Chanel, and H&M, the issue is nostalgic of the virgin days of fashion, before the Anna Wintour's and Karl Lagerfeld's "deflowered"
the modern fashion magazine. It is chock-full of organic fashion and natural beauty trends/tips along with humorous, tongue-in-cheek editorial reads- all wrapped up with beautiful photography and impeccable styling.
As if that weren't enough, readers can look forward to a Sofia Coppola-inspired cover story, a covetable Karen Walker DIY, and a "12 Things" feature by Top 100 Blogger Sushi of Le Blog De Sushi.
Characterized by its child-like innocence and ethereal quality, the Virgin Issue is one issue that is going to be hard to drop. Glossy editions will be available on newsstands worldwide; but for fans in need of instant gratification, head on over to www.dujourmag.com/
subscribe where you can purchase the digital version for only $12 and indulge now.