Quatrieme Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 VINTAGE MAGAZINE WINNER OF GOLD AT FOLIO’S 2013 EDDIE AND OZZIE AWARDS, FOR THIRD YEAR

 VINTAGE MAGAZINE WINNER OF 2012 AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN AWARD

 VINTAGE MAGAZINE, TROISIÈME ISSUE, WINNER BEST DESIGN AT MIN’S 2011 EDITORIAL AND DESIGN AWARDS

 “The masterpiece of magazines.” The Wall Street Journal’s Charlotte Druckman

New York, NY – December 2013 – Award-winning Vintage Magazine is back with its Quatrième issue, a special design and architecture edition in signature Vintage style.  Chip Kidd, famed cover designer, created an exuberant homage to vintage linoleum, thus leading us in from the floor up; acclaimed writer Gary Giddins focuses on the mysterious obscurity of the works of author W.R. Burnett; Lisa Birnbach (Official Preppy Handbook, True Prep) provides an appreciation of the (home) library; pop-culture curator Barbara Lippert offers her take on interior designer Elsie de Wolfe; British-based writer Kristen Frederickson ponders her relationship with the AGA stove; Sarah Zimmerman Barnett walks us through the quaint village of Wytham, England; Robert and Cortney Novogratz, renowned husband and wife design team, provide a pop-up tour of their home.  And more awaits. We invite you inside for this Vintage home tour.

Vintage Magazine continues to receive accolades for its stunning design and innovation, bringing home Gold at Folio’s Eddie and Ozzie 2013 gala for the third time in three years. The Troisième issue won Best Design at MIN’s 2011 Editorial and Design awards, after being named one of MIN’s Top Launches of the Year in 2010; Vintage Magazine was nominated for a 2011 UTNE Independent Press Award.  Vintage Magazine was honored with a 2012 American Graphic Design Award, granted by GDUSA, the graphic design industry’s premier publication.

Vintage Magazine, launched in November 2009, is a celebration of design, culture, and the creative possibilities of print. Inspired by Fleur Cowles’ legendary Flair (published 1950-51), Vintage Magazine invites an eclectic roster of writers and artists to survey the historical impact of art, music, fashion, food, travel, and more on today’s culture. In both its content and artful construction, the biannual magazine embodies the word “vintage” in its broadest sense – one that connotes style, excellence, and timeless elegance.

 

Contact: Carol Leggett carol@carolleggettpr.com

Vintage Magazine: 45 Park Avenue, Suite 301,

New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 684-5833

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