The Ground (formerly Virgine) is a new magazine for 2011. It is a culture and lifestyle magazine which focuses on fashion, art and music. There are loads of interesting features to excite readers who want to read something new and a bit different from the other culture magazines in the same genre. The magazine is based in New York and was created by a team of creative professionals which includes the professional photographer Ryan Yoon. Virgine magazine is looking to make use of quality articles submitted by its readership.
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The Ground is a very well produced magazine with a stylish professional quality to it which makes it look and feel great. Whether it could be the next Lula or Pony Step magazine we will have to wait and see.
There will be a host of different talented individuals featured in this magazine. From brilliant fashion photographers to designers as well as musicians and models. Each page is like a new adventure and the reader is never quite sure of what they could be reading about next. There will be interesting interviews often between actresses and their photographers or designers and other designers. Virgine magazine tries to throw lots of different ideas into the mix and this makes it a really interesting read. This approach is rather clever and makes the magazine unique from the others.
As well as interviews and profiles of individuals there will also be features which take a deeper look at a cultural issue or interesting topic such as the changing face of popular music or the influence of films on our culture and other interesting ideas which perhaps haven’t been discussed in any great detail before. We like this magazine because it is different and isn’t pretentious or arrogant but simply interested in enlightening readers with more culture and getting the reader to think more deeply about art, music and fashion.