NEO2 is a Spanish language culture and style obsessed magazine which is produced in Madrid. The magazine will contain a huge variety of different features on a diverse selection of topics such as architecture, art, cinema, new music, technology and fashion designers. The magazine celebrates creativity and new ideas as well as featuring stunning photography which makes the articles stand out beautifully. The magazine also likes to look at new restaurants and the latest fashion trends.
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NEO2 will feature a great number of reviews on different products as well as brilliant topical editorial content on the latest controversial issues in the world of style. The different products could be anything from the latest phone equipment to the best new types of make up in the industry. This magazine can be appreciated by both men and women because of the varied content which will appeal to both genders. There will be sections on new Chanel makeup and then other features on the next page concerned with new gadgets and footwear. The magazine likes to mix up the content as much as possible.
This magazine is only in written in Spanish which could prove particularly annoying to readers without a strong grasp of the language which unfortunately applies to us. We did enjoy this magazine though, even though we honestly don’t speak a word of Spanish. The photography is what stood out to us the most, it is beautifully imaginative and the images were included in a creative and well thought out way. There are also interesting features on what is hot at the moment in the style stakes from all over the globe and not just in Spain. We noted that Alexander MacQueen had a feature dedicated to him as well as features on new work by artists from all over the world. This magazine has a global focus which we thought worked well and made the magazine all the more interesting.