The fashion world is a dynamic and exciting one, with news and events happening all the time that make enthusiasts hearts race and eyes open. This makes the interest in publications covering this area in high demand. Stepping up to answer the call is Canadian Vogue, a new online magazine focused on fashion and broadly related topics that help build a rewarding lifestyle like wellness, exotic travel, and diverse cultural expression and adventure. Not surprisingly, the interest in the new fashion voice is high and rising.
“Here at Canadian Vogue we take the position fashion is about how you feel and not how you look,” commented Youssef Nasser, the clearly passionate Editor in Chief of the publication. “Our approach to fashion is an outside of the box one. It’s creating your own style rather than having some designer or label fit you into one. It’s an art, you either have it or you don’t. But that said, don’t be dismayed if you don’t, we’re here to shed a light on what’s fashionable and what’s not – in a way that keeps readers engaged.”
Recent highlights at Canadian Vogue include covering the launch of Chanel’s “Balade en Mediterranee” collection; reporting on Burberry’s misstep and apology for an offensive hoodie; shaes at Macy’s surging after its reinvestment in stores; Amazon’s expanding relationship with luxury fashion; Johnny Depp Vowing to Fight Racism; and much more.
New articles, news reports and photo sets and features on global models are added to Canadian Vogue frequently.
To learn more and enjoy Canadian Vogue firsthand be sure to visit https://canadianvogue.com.
Company Name: Canadian Vogue
Contact Person: Youssef Nasser (Editor in Chief)