MONROWE Media Corp. launches of its first biannual print magazine: The Evolution Issue
Publisher also will launch of its first annual film festival in New York in 2016, offering another platform for subscribers to gain access to fashion, film and interviews with industry tastemakers
NEW YORK, NY – March 18, 2015 — MONROWE Media Corp., a multi-platform digital and print publisher featuring fashion and film editorial, announced today the launch of its first biannual print magazine: The Evolution Issue. The book style format has 224 pages of silk-touch paper and is available for purchase at bookstores, magazine shops and boutiques across the U.S. and in Paris, France.
MONROWE’s first issue contains a perspective feature about the 1997 Prada advertising campaign featuring model Amber Valletta and work by Glen Luchford. “The Future People” – a visual feature photographed by Fanny Latour-Lambert and Chantelle Dosser – envisions the global fashion community, 40 years from today. The issue also includes an editorial about Johannes Kepler exploring the astronomer’s laws of physics in relation to human interaction, and exclusive interviews with filmmaker Matt Baron, costume designer Erin Benach, photographer Ralph Gibson, filmmaker and choreographer Celia Rowlson-Hall, and model Kim Williams.
“The Evolution Issue will feature powerful photography and the human condition as it is portrayed in film,” said Ricky Kim, the Founder and Publisher of MONROWE magazine. “MONROWE is not just a magazine – it’s a multi-platform offering where each story allows the viewers to raise their own questions, and play out the narrative in their minds. We take a film formula and bring it to an editorial platform.”
MONROWE Media Corp. anticipates the launch of its first annual film festival in New York in 2016, offering yet another platform for subscribers to gain front-row access to fashion, film and interviews with industry tastemakers. The festival will include an online component for film submissions.
“The success of digital Issue ZERO led the way for The Evolution Issue. We have been overwhelmed by the support shown by the fashion industry, from designers and photographers to global model agencies,” added Kim. “We are thrilled and proud to feature an array of notable designers, including Anthony Vaccarello, Balmain, Christophe Lemaire, Costume National, Issey Miyake, Ports 1961, and Agnes B. in our latest issue.”