LOS ANGELES, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 1966 Magazine, a monthly glossy magazine for the trendy black woman, announced the debut of their publication on the iTunes App Store and is available worldwide.
1966 Magazine fills a void in the marketplace with wit, personality, and a staunch respect for black women everywhere. Created for the completely modern and highly discerning woman, the magazine plays on black women's desire to 'look and feel fabulous' by highlighting the brands, designers, products and trailblazers making an impact in the world of fashion today. The first issue of 1966 Magazine is on the iTunes newsstand now.
The 1966 Magazine offers contemporary black women access to cutting edge feature articles. The international publication targets busy women who demand a fun, simple way to discover how to be the best in all that they endeavor to do.
"1966 Magazine was introduced in response to growing frustrations from black women that a black magazine written, curated and owned by black women didn't exist," said Alicia Suggs, 1966 Magazines' Co-Editor and Fashion Director. "The 1966 Magazine publication ensures that black women have not only a voice, but more options when deciding what magazines to read."
The magazine contains diverse articles on beauty, hair and fashion advice, health and fitness, food and diet tips, relationships, pets, travel and finance. Our features cover glamorous black celebrities and Hollywood red carpet events and interviews with embedded videos and photo galleries in many articles. The publication provides up-to-the-minute reporting from fashion shows around the globe, clothing trends and how-to-videos on applying makeup to exercise techniques.
The magazine's editorial focus will go beyond fashion and take a journalistic look at what is happening in today's culture. The niche audience allows us to speak to an elite and exclusive group of affluent consumers and top industry players while maintaining focused editorial coverage.
"Black women are beautiful. Our skin tones vary from jet black to vanilla and everything in between. So, the magazine will offer the latest information in hair care, skin care and makeup advice for all of our stunning shades," says Arianne Suggs, 1966 Magazines' Co-Editor and Creative Director. "Our articles and features will provide a combination of entertainment, travel, personal finance and beauty."
ABOUT 1966 MAGAZINE
1966 Magazine is the new guilty pleasure for black women who want to know the latest trends in fashion, beauty, hair, travel, entertainment and lifestyle. Geared towards sexy, stylish ladies, we give you the inside scoop so you can see what's hot now in major cities throughout the world from fashion week to Hollywood parties. 1966 Magazine has articles and feature stories written by and for women of color that will inspire you and enrich your life. For more information, visit the iTunes store at: https://itun.es/us/xfKML.i or http://www.1966mag.com. And be sure to check out the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiLGMIMt19s.
Alicia Suggs, Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine, began her career in Visual Effects. At 24, she won an Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Primetime Emmy Award for her contributions to the Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special – HBO "The Pacific."
Arianne Suggs, Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine, began her career in Television Production. As an Associate Producer, she has interviewed some of the biggest names in Hollywood: Ne-Yo, Tyrese, 50 Cent, Yolanda Adams, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Foxx, P. Diddy, Tom Cruise, John Legend, John Voight, Jake Gyllenhaal, Mary J. Blige and many more.
This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.
SOURCE 1966 Magazine