Fall Issue of Specialty Food Magazine Out Now

The fall issue of Specialty Food profiles the young entrepreneurs named to the 12 Under 35: Breakout Talent to Watch list. These enterprising individuals tout new product innovations and have seized opportunities during the pandemic to help the greater good. Also named in this issue are the winners of the 2020 sofi Awards. More than 150 winners across 49 categories were selected in the Gold, Silver, Bronze, and New Product categories. These products are recognized for their culinary excellence and creativity. More highlights from the fall issue: Specialty Food Maker: This…

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Katie Grand’s New Project: ‘It’s Not Just Another Magazine’ | BoF Exclusive, News & Analysis, BoF Professional, Tim’s Take

LONDON, United Kingdom — Last Friday, Katie Grand quit LOVE, the magazine she’d birthed and raised for 11 years. On Saturday morning, she leapt out of bed at 7 am and started typing names into Instagram. Down the rabbit hole she went. Fifteen minutes later, she had it. The Perfect Magazine. By 7:20 am, she’d got the Twitter handle, by 8 am, TikTok. By the end of the day, she’d nailed the URL, the domain name and YouTube: “By Sunday, I was sat in my kitchen with Catherine Russell, my old…

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Katie Grand Exits Love Magazine | Breaking News, News & Analysis

LONDON, United Kingdom — Love magazine Founder and Editor-in-Chief Katie Grand has exited the playful and sensual biannual fashion mega-magazine she launched in 2009 under publisher Condé Nast international. “The world has changed, and I have changed, and what is important is now so clear,” wrote Grand in an Instagram post on Friday, which included an image of the first issue of the magazine, with singer Beth Ditto on the cover. “Telling beautiful and important stories will never change. But it’s time for something new, it’s time for something different.…

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O: The Oprah Magazine to Cease Regular Print Publication | News & Analysis, BoF Professional

NEW YORK, United States — After 20 years, the monthly print edition of O: The Oprah Magazine will end after the December 2020 issue. The staff of the publication, a joint venture between Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Inc. and Hearst Magazines, was informed on Friday. The decision to rethink Winfrey’s relationship with Hearst predates the exit of the magazine’s division President Troy Young, who resigned on Thursday after a New York Times article described a history of inappropriate behaviour. O: The Oprah Magazine’s publisher since 2014, Jayne Jamison, exited the publication in…

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#BoFLIVE: What’s a Fashion Magazine for During a Pandemic? | News & Analysis

Thank you for your interest in this BoF Professional LIVE event featuring Ben Cobb, Co-Editor-in-Chief of LOVE Magazine, and Pierre A. M’Pelé, Senior Editor of LOVE Magazine, in conversation with Tim Blanks.   To prepare for the upcoming webinar:If you don’t already have Zoom installed on your device, make sure to install Zoom for desktop devices now.If you need to connect via a mobile device, you can install the Zoom app ahead of time: Source link

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How to Make a Magazine Under Lockdown | Intelligence, BoF Professional

NEW YORK, United States — How do you make a monthly fashion magazine when showrooms and photo studios are closed, readers are spending more time on Instagram than ever and the resolution limits of a Zoom photoshoot become painfully clear? “The first thought is kind of a low-grade panic, because we can’t do the thing that we do so well,” said Will Welch, editor-in-chief of American GQ, in a series of interviews conducted as he and his team created its latest issue in March, April and May. “Then for me, the…

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How I Became… Senior Fashion Editor-at-Large of i-D Magazine | Careers, Break Into Fashion

Follow in the path of fashion insiders: apply for your next job on BoF Careers now. LONDON, United Kingdom — At the age of 16, Ib Kamara arrived in London to study science at the behest of his parents. Unhappy in his studies, his family agreed Kamara could take a year out, during which time he began working with a youth magazine in South London, experiencing his first fashion shoot and realising his desire for a creative career. “Breaking that to my family was one of the hardest things,” Kamara told…

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V Magazine Launches Initiative to Support Emerging Creative Talent in the Era of Covid-19 | BoF Exclusive, News & Analysis

LONDON, United Kingdom — V Magazine is launching CreatiVity, a talent discovery initiative that seeks to spotlight and support emerging musicians, in partnership with music-streaming site Quadio. CreatiVity will accept submissions from Wednesday April 8, allowing aspiring musicians to send in tracks, films and other pieces of work for review. V will then spotlight the most promising talents in weekly profiles every Friday, starting April 10. There are also plans to extend the programme throughout 2020 to include stylists, hairdressers and makeup artists. “The sky’s the limit when it comes…

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Why Highsnobiety Is Launching a Print Magazine for the Instagram Generation | BoF Exclusive, News & Analysis

LONDON, United Kingdom — Highsnobiety is launching HIGHStyle, the first in a new series of glossy print magazines aimed at new-age consumers. HIGHStyle, which will be available online and on newsstands globally for $16.99 as of March 11, is a revamped version of Highsnobiety magazine and will be the first under the company’s new Editor-in-Chief Thom Bettridge. But why is Highsnobiety, the media authority on streetwear and sneaker trends, banking on print? “The magazine is a way of evolving our visual language,” Bettridge told BoF in an exclusive interview. “It’s…

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Phillip Picardi Exits Out Magazine | News & Analysis

NEW YORK, United States — Out Editor-in-Chief Phillip Picardi said Wednesday he is leaving the LGBTQ+ magazine, which has struggled financially. At Out, Picardi brought a stronger sense of style and a less-masculine approach, efforts that many hoped would return the title to its heyday. In a pre-internet era, Out was one of the only magazines about queer culture available on a mass-market level. But though the publication still has strong name recognition with its intended audience, stories about LGBTQ+ issues and personalities are increasingly found in mainstream publications and…

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