On October 8th 2012 The Los Angeles Fashion announced its fourth Print Publication. This is the 1st monthly issue by the LA Fashion magazine. So far the LA Fashion magazine has published 3 issues on a bimonthly basis. Starting in October 2012 , The LA Fashion magazine will be available as a monthly publication, on both Print and Digital platforms.
Los Angeles, CA August 6, 2012
The Magazine’s print issue is available for purchase on The Los Angeles Fashion magazine’s website http://www.TheLosAngelesFashion.com as well as on some of the most popular Los Angeles News Stands. Yearly digital subscriptions are available for iPad readers on The Apple Newsstand, as well as free Digital versions trough Issuu.com
The Los Angeles Fashion magazine has released 4 issues so far and in a very short time has gained quite a momentum with the digital reader community. The combined readership of the LA Fashion magazine is over 180,000 people, and its still growing at a fast pace.
- The LA Fashion magazine August 2012 Cover
This October issue is a 96 pages of jam-packed fashion and beauty content. Printed on high gloss, high quality 100lb paper, features one of the best of what Los Angeles has to offer. From Dina Bar-El’s 2013 collection to Anthony Franco and gorgeous Kevin M. Schmitz editorials, the October issue is loaded with eye candy.
- Featuring Dina Bar-El’s 2013 Collection
- Kevin M. Schmitz Editorial
The feature story in the October issue is an exclusive interview with Joe Zee about his “All On the line TV Show”, where Je Zee talks about fashion in LA, and the designers who were picked for the show, such as Brooke Rodd, Ina Soltani and Domino Dollhouse.
- Joe Zee’s “All On The LIne” TV Show Feature
- Ina Soltani’s New Collection
In addition The LA Fashion magazine’s October 2012 issue covers Sue Wong’s 2013 Spring Collection, Basil Soda’s new collection, Ita Design’s amazing clutches, the best new shoes on the market, and beauty secrets from Natalie Getz .
The Los Angeles Fashion is committed to stay “green”. The printed publications are printed on demand. “We believe that paper publications should be considered Luxury items, not something you toss in a garbage can. Considering the natural resources used to create a publication, we should all look at alternatives when it comes to a magazine. But let’s not forget sometimes a printed magazine on a coffee table, in retail store, or a designer’s studio is just irreplaceable. After all, we all love the feeling of paper, looking at beautiful big images and so forth…, it’s just that we need to find the balance of what and when” said Csaba Fikker founder of The LA Fashion magazine.
The October 2012 Issue is available in many formats to satisfy all needs – in print trough www.TheLosAngelesFashion.com, – on Apple Newsstand for the iPad Readers, and as a free digital copy.
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The Los Angeles Fashion magazine launched its website 12 months ago. In a very short time The Los Angeles Fashion has gained a large base of readers and social media followers, reaching close to 2 million people monthly, becoming the fastest growing fashion source in the US . Social media presence and the website combined, provided over 20 million impressions monthly, and is expected double in the next 4 months.
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