Lucky Magazine's New Editor In Chief Makes Racial Diversity Look Trendy
Aug 16, 2013 20:05
Finally, a magazine that actually understands the importance of promoting racial diversity (which doesn't mean just posting a "token" black/asian model on one page and calling it a day).
For the September issue of Lucky magazine, new editor-in-chief Eva Chen will be pushing for more pages featuring models from different types of backgrounds.
Among the 232 pages, there will be asian models in the beauty pages; two pages on model/actress Tao
Okamoto; two pages on Chanel Iman, and Sudanese model Atong Arjok is in
the major fashion feature. Below are a few highlights from the issue.
Environmental degeneration has triggered an urgency among all the industry verticals to shift towards sustainable solutions. Fashion is one of the industries that has been leading this shift in the landscape from the forefront. Also, consumers are becoming increasingly environmentally conscious and looking for stylish products that are also environment-friendly. This can be observed by the increased demand for sustainable clothing brands in Australia. Read more
Fishing enthusiasts are everywhere. In fact, it’s such a popular pastime that as many as 40 million get out there for a spot of angling each and every year. Equally ideal as a hobby or sport to enjoy on your own or with the family, fishing is something that gives you a reason to get out and enjoy nature. Sounds good, right? However, getting started can be a bit tricky when you’re not sure about which fishing supplies you need. Read more