Liner Magazine Vol. 2
Liner Magazine Vol. 2
This coffee-table-worthy version of volume two can easily fit into a purse or a briefcase. Features include: interviews with artists, bloggers, movie critics, personal stylists and entrepreneurs of all walks, as well as inspiring editorials and stories about travel, life and beginning anew. This is the Mistakes Issue, all about people failing and starting over!
This issue's contributors hail everywhere from Rennes, France to San Francisco, California, and editorials showcase fashion spreads shot in places as diverse as Lake Tahoe and rural Oregon. Designer Lucy Egging sums volume two up pretty well in her editorial showcasing her first collection: "I'm glad I decided not to go to design school when I was 18, although I regretted it then. I'm doing it in a totally different place in my life".
-Compact and convenient 148x192 mm size
-Perfect-bound, fancy book-like finish
-Soft cover for maximum bend-ability
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Volume two is focused on mistakes of all shapes and sizes. From editorials on a rocky cliff overlooking a lake to an abandoned playground to interviews with creatives of all ages opening up about their failures and missteps, this issue is all about people falling and getting up again, better for the struggle.
Liner started in 2013 with the idea of creating an alternative magazine for aesthetically-driven people. We wanted to create something that made people think, feel and try new things. The magazine as a whole is about abandoning perfection and developing a personal style--not just in appearance, but in life. In the editorials, the focus is on ideas, personal style and mixing things up; not brands, not 'fashion' and not celebrity.
By buying a physical copy, you're not only getting something you can hold in your hands and flip through for inspiration in your home, but also helping contribute to and fund a very small and passionate operation that doesn't have many resources. Our team appreciates your support so much and every read is truly humbling and exciting for us!
You can learn more about Liner Magazine here.