This is almost certainly the heftiest magazine we stock here at Newsstand, you could virtually sleep on it. Published in a sizable A3 format, and boasting an impressive amount of pages, Box Front/Back magazine is a fashion lovers’ dream come true.
Pictures speak louder than words, and Box Front/Back is absolutely full of photos of the latest in women’s fashion - published well in advance of the seasonal runway clothing. The staggering size means that every collection from Alberta Ferreti all the way down to Versace is covered, and done so in exceptionally high quality photography on exceptionally good paper. This magazine serves as an astonishing resource for any fashionista out there; if you want to know what that look was and who made it, then this is the perfect fit for you.
Buy a single copy of BOX FRONT BACK or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).
There’s nothing quite like a large scale magazine to make you feel that you’re getting your money’s worth. We’re really not kidding when we say that Box Front/Back – named perhaps because it covers both your front and back? – really is big. And heavy. We had to employ a gang of labourers to carry it up the stairs and then turn the pages. Weighing in at over 3 kilograms, if you buy this magazine you are getting enough magazine to quite literally kill someone – just by dropping it on their head.
This isn’t so much a coffee table magazine as a coffee table itself.
That size and weight really is put to good use. This is essentially an encyclopaedia of the latest fashion; bringing you absolutely everything from absolutely every designer imaginable. Sure, there isn’t much in the way of words, but who needs words when you look this good? Perfect whether you need some inspiration for what to wear when going out and what to get to look good, a reference work for design or drawing – Box Front/Back will get the job done. Though your arms might ache from holding it afterwards. NB