Atlanta, GA, October 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Shoed-In, LLC, a publishing company that is already making a name for themselves due to the growing success of their top venture, Shoed-In Magazine, has released their second volume of the newly popular publication. After the success of their debut issue this past March, the Shoed-In staff went back hard at work on this issue appropriately themed the “Timeless Issue.”
This issue, released on September 28, 2012 differs from the debut issue in that it takes on more of the current fashion trends like Do-It-Yourself (D.I.Y.) and Vintage & Consignment store shopping tips. Readers will find more solutions to their everyday fashion problems.
The Timeless issue couldn’t have come at a better time given the current economic state in the U.S. People are taking financial matters into their own hands, including how much they spend to look fashionable. In this issue, the editorial staff takes an extensive look into some basic D.I.Y. strategies. One fashion strategy that they rundown is the ever-popular “bleached jean-shorts” look, detailed step-by-step by wardrobe stylist, Vanne McMillian of VanneClothingCo. The same shorts can be seen in the editorial shoot on one of the models.
Keeping with the idea of being a fashionista on a budget, Shoed-In Magazine’s Editor, JaNea Buckingham wrote and included an article for those shoe-lovers who like to peruse consignment stores looking for secondhand shoes that may be worth salvaging. She gives tips on what to look for and how to place value on shoes while determining if it’s worth it to purchase a pair from the consignment shop
Aside from the whole aspect of shopping for fabulous vintage finds or making fashion statements out of old garments from the comfort of your home, the Timeless issue represents those designers and influencers who have accomplished so much all under the age of 30. Though you’ll have to pick up a copy to get the full scoop on those people featured, we can give you a sneak peek inside this issue. This time around, you will find interviews with Jimmy Choo shoe designer Obi Cymatica, Australian shoe designer Candy Maaka-Stoten of KeilanaSkye, as well as Pro racer and shoelover Nicole Lyons. All three highly successful entrepreneurs have gained success by achieving their dreams while in their twenties.
As for the editorial spread and cover, the vision was to create stylish & coveted one-of-a-kind looks with vintage wear mainly from Vintage Weirdo, a consignment boutique near the Little 5 Points area of Atlanta. The cover image actually features a 30-year old blanket draped as a poncho. The shoes featured in the editorial spread are all courtesy of the popular Heart Soul shoe brand.
The digital implementation in this issue has definitely been improved since the last issue. Readers will find more content in this issue is accompanied with a QR scan code directing them to video content on Shoed-In’s YouTube channel “SHOEDIN”. Also, readers are given the chance to view more Behind-the-scenes footage and pictures on various Shoed-In media outlet pages, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Staying timeless is not just about a garment; it’s about what you do with it. It’s about making a name for yourself regardless of your age. It’s about expanding beyond an economical crisis. It’s about innovating and improving. It’s about letting nothing hold you back from your dreams and your desired way of expression. It’s about Shoed-In Magazine!
With a massive target audience around the world, Shoed-In Magazine presents an excellent marketing opportunity for international brands and designer labels as well as for local manufacturers and aspiring talent. To inquire about available ad space and promotional advertising, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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For info on designer spotlights, email email@example.com -- JaNea Buckingham, Founding Editor
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