The ones in The Netherlands who don't now about this, probably lived under the biggest rock in town for the last few weeks. The Dutch Vogue has arrived with the lovely Karin Swerink at the wheel. I expected the magazine to look amazing, but it goes beyond my expectations: seeing it with my own eyes, VOGUE NL looks divine.
VOGUE NL's first cover with the beyond gorgeous models Romee, Ymre and Josefien shot by Marc de Groot
The fashion spreads, the interviews (especially the ones with Inez and Vinoodh and with the Rodarte-duo), the cover, the shoppings, the Dutch models, the art direction, VOGUE's favourite places: I love it all! The magazine is different from other issues of VOGUE around the globe and I can already sense their own style with a bit of stubbornness and lots of Dutch pride.
'Pastels en pierementen' in VOGUE NL
The magazine looks extremely international and so does the fresh VOGUE NL site, which inspires you to the fullest. The magazine's launch was rare for Dutch concepts. It started with a breakfast at the Conservatorium Hotel for all the VOGUE NL contributors. This was followed by a lunch at George W.P.A. for Dutch fashion bloggers and online media. All of this was topped with a grand party at one of Amsterdam's most extraordinary locations: Felix Meritis. As if this all wasn't enough, there was an after party at Café George. How fabulous?!
Editor in chief | Karin Swerink
The Netherlands already started counting as a fashion country, but with VOGUE NL Holland put his stamp on the imaginary world of fashion all over the world. The magazine makes me proud to be a Dutchie. C'mon Vogue!
What about a men's page in VOGUE NL?! That would be so damn cool! Can't wait for that.
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