Printing Fashion is the magazine of the Printing Fashion Festival in Paris that reports on its pages the talks, meetings and experiences shared during the Festival. Both the Festival and the magazine are independent discussion spaces for professionals, critics and academics around the role and value that fashion media, both printed and digital, have today.
Printing Fashion does not limit itself to analyzing the magazine (printed and digital) as a space for creative encounters; but it also reveals the economic aspects, work, practices and figures that revolve around the fashion media. Each year the magazine focuses on a specific theme, reporting the experience of the people who produce, theorize and work in - and with - the fashion media: printers, publishers, academics, curators, photographers, stylists, translators, researchers, collectors. , interns, advertisers, students, distributors, copywriters and many more.
The magazine was created in collaboration with graphic designer Monica Fraile Morisson, is published and produced by the students of the Master in Fashion Studies of The New School Parsons Paris and represents an opportunity for the students of the program to meet and work with professionals from around the world. of the media.
Dimensions: 21x33 cm
Language: English and French
The first issue of Printing Fashion is dedicated to the theme of time, exploring the different moments in the production of an editorial product dedicated to the world of fashion: from the creation of visual and textual content to the time of printing; from glossy magazines to the meaning of time in fashion to the different lives that magazines have. This issue features several testimonies on the act of fashion printing with a report by Alfredo Piola and interviews with Jonathan Wingfield, Laurence Benaim and others.