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Indie Newsstand

A few of my favorite online indie magazines:Fashion JournalFashion Journal is a free Australian magazine for women and men, and prides itself on fea­tur­ing local and inter­na­tional design­ers and street fash­ion trends.fashionjournal.com.auCoco EcoCoco Eco is a digital magazine with a focus on sustainable fashion, beauty, celebrity, and cause. Subscriptions are paid, but you can view the current issue on the site.www.cocoecomag.comMatchbookLaunched in January, Matchbook is feminine, cute, and neat, covering cover

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Indie Newsstand: Pure & Papercut

I'm a big fan of independent publications, so when I come across magazines I enjoy, I like to share! Right now, I'm reading Pure and Papercut. Pure is created in Portugal and available online (free, baby!) as a downloadable PDF. Fine, I don't actually read it since my knowledge of Portuguese is limited to Teena Marie songs (RIP Lady Tee), but it's fun to look at the pictures and see what they're up to on

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Indie magazine love: Rue

I love reading and supporting other independent magazines, and while I usually focus on fashion and style publications, I enjoy pretty much anything with creative, pretty content.So, when I came across Rue magazine last night, I spent at least an hour (an hour I was supposed to spend working) flipping through page after page of beautiful imagery and taking inspiration from the clean, colorful layout.The magazine very adeptly combines fashion and home decor, and I'm

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They’re worth it, too

Y'all know how much I love magazines, especially my fellow indie publications. I was having an exceptionally unproductive morning (you know how sometimes it's impossible to focus?), when I came across WWIT--short for We're Worth It, Too. I got about three quarters of the way through the magazine before I even realized it's primarily a men's publication--the entire thing is so well done, and I'd totally wear at least 80% of the clothing and accessories featured.

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Style Sample Magazine mentioned in WWD!

From the May 7, 2010 issue of Women's Wear Daily: "A free digital magazine focused on and written by fashion bloggers, Style Sample just released it's sixth issue [actually, it's the seventh issue]. While the base site is more of a boon for bloggers (it provides plenty of how-to info and technology tips), it also allows readers to click through to the issues. And that's where an overload of creativity lives. Although it's a bit meta

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