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People who write and read zines about clothes, image, thrifting, vintage and anything fabric related
Jul 11
Izalixe Straightheart replied to Serah-Marie's discussion ZINE FAIRS IN CANADA Database in the group canadian zinesters
"....... AND I JUST NOTICED THAT POST IS 3 YEARS OLD.  OOOOOOOPS.  HAS IT BEEN DONE OR DID YOU GIVE UP ? (I COULD TAKE THE RELAY)"
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"THAT IS A GREAT IDEA!!! I'm getting back into zines, and my financial situation is going to get better permanently soon, so I am really looking forward to going to my 1st ever zine fair -in 16 years of making zines- MTL EXPOZINE, + I was…"
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"MALICE, ALICE'S OTHER SISTER gothic & lolita fashion & music trade or $1 13 pages / black x white / half-size volumes 2 through 5 available"
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A little about Worn Fashion Journal.

The word “fashion” shares the same roots as “fasten” and “facilitate,” and it once meant something along the lines of “creation by means of bundling and tying.” In the last 50 years or so fashion has come to be synonymous with “trendy.” Styles go in and out of fashion. Worn is determined to root through the archives, debates, and gossip to discover the lasting value of clothing and style in its past, present, and future.

Worn discusses the cultures, subcultures, histories, and personal stories of fashion. We strive to embody a place between pop culture magazine and academic journal. Worn opens new avenues in art and fashion theory by hovering where these two ideas intersect, connecting with fashion scholars and artists. We pay attention to how what is worn is made, interpreted, transformed, disseminated, and copied.

Worn Fashion Journal is published twice a year (once in hot weather, once in cold) out of Toronto, Canada. However, our content is not time or location specific. Since we do not report on trends or promote the newest items on the market, our content is as interesting and relevant today as it will be five years down the road. Although we love and support Toronto fashion, we include content from all over Canada and the rest of the world. Worn hasn’t missed the fact that there are scads of fashion magazines out there. But we feel something is missing: opinion and intelligent commentary that’s untainted by advertisers’ demands.

Are we feminist? Yes. Are we political? Probably. Are we in love with clothing? Definitely.

Our mission:
* To show a wide range of beauty, one that includes diversity of culture, subculture, gender identification, sexuality, size, race, and age.
* To offer provocative thought on fashion and aesthetics in an accessible way.
* To refrain from polarizing fashion into concepts of “in” and “out,” or “good” and “bad”.
* To differentiate between personal style and the fashion industry, and recognize that the two don’t necessarily have to align.
* To answer, always and above all, to our readers and not our advertisers.
* To celebrate the universal appeal of fashion, outside of time and trend.
* To have a sense of humor, but not at anyone’s expense (with the notable exception of our own)

We have a flickr account for photos from our issue release parties. Lotsa cute dresses!

you can get Worn and all my other zines at theHouseofWorn.etsy.com
and my website www.wornjournal.com or in person at any of these places.

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new issue! WORN Journal issue nine

Posted on November 7, 2009 at 1:19am 0 Comments



New issue of WORN!



denim repair



glossary of collars



starting a fashion museum



Keffiyeh and the effects of cultural outsourcing



Marchesa Luisa Casati



bronzer



questioning gender assignments of pink and blue



Valentina



fashion book reviews



WWII Propaganda campaign 'Beauty As Duty'



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At 11:34am on January 7, 2013, Lubomyr Tymkiv said…

We invite you to take part in the First International Exhibition "ZINESHOW" in Ukraine. Participation is free. Any technique. Any theme and format. No return. Deadline: 15/04/2013. Exhibition on the blog http://zineshow.blogspot.com All works will be exhibited also in the gallery "tymutopiyapres" http://tymutopiyapres.blogspot.com is not a commercial gallery. Welcomed but not "necessarily" summary of your zine or about you or your creative work (this is necessary for further elucidation of the project and possible documentation). Zines for the exhibition please send air mail: "Zineshow" A/C 9875, Sadivnycha 19/1, 79038, Lviv, Ukraine.

At 11:27am on November 2, 2009, kit feral said…
hey! your zine has caught my attention, even though it's not usually what I'd read, so it must be fantastic! would you like to trade?
At 3:05pm on August 27, 2009, KellyRose-Pulse Zine said…
hey i would love to check out your zine sometime! r u up for trading
At 7:14am on June 30, 2009, Amazing Sunflower said…
I was just going through the forum posts about new issues and saw your post about Worn magazine. I just wanted to let you know that I was assigned Worn to review for the upcoming issue of Zine World. I gave it an enthusiastic, positive review. It was the best thing I was sent to review this time, and I'm not even all than into fashion. Worn is so well-done and professionally looking, without encouraging all the negatives of mainstream fashion magazines. Once the review runs in Zine World, I will add it to my blog.
At 4:07pm on April 9, 2009, JennyTheArtist said…
just wanted to say that I think your pictures is so cute!
At 10:47pm on March 22, 2009, Sticky Institute said…
Hello friend of Sticky. If you have made a zine recently, are still reprinting old copies of a zine, have old copies lying around or are thinking of making zine, we want you to stock it with us! If you haven't stocked with us before, here's how you do it. Visit our website (www.stickyinstitute.com) and download a stockists form. Fill it out and send it with up to ten copies of your zine to Sticky, P.O. Box 310, Flinders Lane, VIC 8009. We have them on the shelves for 6 months at which time, if they've sold out we'll pay you and if they haven't totally sold out we'll pay you for the copies you have sold and send the remaining copies back to you or donate them to the Exchange Box. To those of you have stocked with us previously, keep sending us your zines! Zine culture is alive and kicking in Australia and Sticky is an ardent defender of zine culture!
Love from Sticky!
At 12:08am on March 4, 2009, Michelle - Indigo zine said…
Thanks! Your project seems really frickin' cool, too. I must check it out sometime.
At 11:09pm on February 27, 2009, Carissa Halston said…
Hi Serah-Marie!

I've ogled your Etsy shop in the past. It's nice to put a name to the zine. :)
At 11:35pm on January 25, 2009, Denise said…
your interest was really encouraging! it's gonna be out early March (I hope), if everything goes well. and I'll be sure to remember hitting you up when it is done :) and your magazine seems awesome as well, I'll be sure to get a copy when I'm not si broke anymore :)
At 9:56pm on January 19, 2009, Rhonda said…
Funny you should ask, I've actually been admiring your work quite a bit on Etsy! I would love to trade! My snail:

Rhonda Rowley
1209 25th Street
Manistee, MI 49660

Lemme know yours and I will drop a copy in the mail for you! :D I only have one issue thus far, but there will be plenty more to come... Too many good ideas! :D
 
 
 

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