back to the regular people fashion zine
August 30, 2002 11:38 AM
I've semi-started pulling this fashion zine thing together. It will be my winter project, but in order for me to have this winter project, I need to collect things now.
I started something on nervousness.org to open up the idea to an audience slightly broader than people I know. I suppose I should also send out the request to the zine's membership.
One key point: this isn't a chick-only project. I mean, I'm not sure there are any two non-anatomical words besides "fashion" and "feminist" that more obviously shout You're not invited to men. And I'm just saying, here and now. Not true.
You're all totally invited.
If you want the details of what I'm looking for.
Pictures. Of you. Wearing your favorite clothes. The pictures should be reasonably scan- and copy-friendly (light and contrast are important if you send me hard-copy pics). I'll take hard copy or digital photos. If you're feeling uptight about showing your lovely face, I might consider headless shots.
Along with the pictures. Some notes. Describing what you're wearing and where you got it. Ideally also how much it cost (a guess is fine; I don't remember exactly what most of my clothes cost, either).
I'm also looking for essays, fiction or non-fiction, that deal with some aspect of fashion. Those should be emailed.
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If you want to send hard copy photos, email for my address or join the LMAO at nervousness.org.
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heya ma'am, this project sounds cool. did you get my last email about the trackback ideas?
these are the thoughts of inez on September 1, 2002 08:06 PM
I think this sounds like a great idea!
these are the thoughts of Courtney on September 2, 2002 01:07 PM
I have a clothing label that I started about 2 years ago. I just debuted my first collection. Maybe you would be interested in featuring some photos in your zine? Please email me if you do.
these are the thoughts of Lux on April 5, 2005 07:33 PM
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