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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 28, 2012 – New York – PRINCE magazine is proud to announce its Spring 2012 debut of its inaugural issue on Saturday, April 28th. The new online fashion and lifestyle publication is for the young, metropolitan man who wants to “live like a rebel, dress like a prince.” The magazine can be read at www.princemagazine.com.
The inaugural issue, totaling 40 pages, features diverse editorial photo shoots combining high and low fashion style. The magazine will feature fashion collaborations with Timo Weiland, Michael Bastian, Ralph Lauren, and Marc Jacobs to name a few, shot by photographers such as Lindsey Adler, Amanda Chu, Michael Morrison, and others. PRINCE magazine is the first online publication to serve a unique and underrepresented target reader in men’s fashion. It will introduce an innovative & interactive web design concept, in which PRINCE magazine readers are redefined as users…putting the focus on them. In addition, a distinct characteristic of the publication is that it is the first online men’s magazine to feature “responsive web design”, making it conveniently mobile. Princemagazine.com is designed to adapt to all mobile, tablet and desktop devices.
The magazine’s founders are Matthew Grimsley, Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director, Tyler Hill, Managing Editor, and Bryant Littrean, Publishing Director, who are three guys with unique stories, different backgrounds, but share a love for fashion, design, and pop culture that comes across in PRINCE magazine.
Prince Magazine will be available to read on any device on the official website www.princemagazine.com. Online subscription is complimentary.
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About PRINCE Magazine
Prince Magazine is the new online fashion and lifestyle publication for the young, stylish, metropolitan man. It is created for a generation of confident, eager and trendsetting movers and shakers. Live like a rebel, dress like a prince. The first issue launched Spring 2012. www.princemagazine.com