February 11, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Eclectic Society, the online collective offering an eclectic curated view on lifestyle with an emphasis on fashion, is venturing into print after the success of their digital Issue Zero debut last fall. Eclectic, the self-titled biannual magazine will feature exclusive content on fashion, art, beauty, music, and lifestyle.
“People think that print is dead,” said cofounder and Editor Anna Barr “but at the same time creative people are discovering information overload in online media outlets, print is still the best way to filter through everything and focus on solid themes and talents that shouldn’t be missed.”
The first issue, which launches in London and Paris on March 1st during Paris Fashion Week, will feature interviews with designer Ilja Visser and Corrie Nielsen who will be joining the official Paris Fashion Week calendar from London. Emerging designers and fashion leaders featured in editorials include ANDAM winner Christine Phung, Corbier Agostini, Yifang Wan, PartspARTs, Gosia Baczynska, Manish Arora, Gareth Pugh, Mary Katrantzou and more. The cover features Puck Keurentjes in an iconic yellow dress from Corrie Nielsen shot by Robbert Jacobs, as well as back cover art by Flyn Vibert.
Additionally Eclectic Issue One will feature photographer Dylan Don, Danil Golovkin in collaboration with collagist Ashkan Honavar, Hanako Whiteway, Lucilla Bellini, Anna Breda, Steven Frebourg, Terrible Twins, and L.A. based Estevan Oriol captures Tony Ward and Daniel L.Rivas. Music coverage (Pale, Gush Lea Lea), features (New Nordic, Food Trends), and art sees us look into spring for the key influences.
As for the cover price: £9.99 for UK print issue and there isn’t one for the online version found on the site.