Teens in London are always up to something. And at North London Collegiate, a fashion magazine named “Wintour” has currently been set up by girls aged 15-17 as Anna Wintour (editor-in-chief of Vogue USA) used to go to their school. It is made entirely without professional help. It features all the latest trends, celebrity interviews and photoshoots.
In the previous first two issues they had interviews with Eliza Doolittle, Matt Lanter, Amanda Wakeley, Jane Shepherdson, Alannah Weston, Lisa Armstrong and various up and coming designers. Also Anna Wintour (editor-in-chief of Vogue USA) wrote a contributing letter for the magazine.
'Wintour’ magazine expresses pupils' interest and passion in the fashion industry. ‘Wintour magazine' also combines its efforts in promoting the fashion industry amongst young people with raising money to support its chosen charity, KSDP.
The KSDP charity works with the Karenni people from Burma, who are one of the poorest ethnic minorities. Their primary purpose is to provide boarding houses, basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter and post high school skill development courses. The students have been supporting this charity since a North London school girl tragically died in a car crash on her gap year whilst visiting the Karreni people and therefore this fundraising is in dedication to her tireless help in Burma.
BerlinLondon take a little glimpse into how teens are taking the fashion scene by storm. All photographers, stylists and models are all students from the school!
For more information or to get your copy (£3.50) please e-mail – email@example.com
A Wintour Magazine website will be coming soon!