No one likes change–at least that’s what it says in a psych book somewhere. Not us. We love it. This year ushered in a bevy of transitions. We jumped at the chance to expand our online coverage and web reach. It’s the first year of giving ourselves completely to fashion, publishing only our Spring and Fall fashion editions. And, the trademark DFW is even getting a facelift and a change of address.
One of the greatest changes we’ve made falls under the category of print. 303 Magazine now carries just two issues a year–March and September for the ever necessary Fall and Spring fashion issues. Just as they always have, our print issues will continue to put the addictive art that is fashion on a pedestal, not to mention the pages filled with innovative features and photo shoots. The upcoming September issue will show you what staple pieces you need for fall, a peak into our partnership with Fashion’s Night Out in Cherry Creek North and the highly popular hair shoot, Still Life with Hair. Look for it August 25th.
Our transition into a significant online presence gives us the opportunity to offer better coverage to a broader spectrum of topics and features. We’ve even added departments to get the job done. Our new Lifestyle, Health & Sports and Sex & Dating departments help us expand into every unmanned territory of Denver (click the links for a little taste of these radical categories).
Don’t forget to save the date for our signature Denver Fashion Weekend, making another memorable bi-annual appearance. It will be our first season at the always cool City Hall Amphitheater. New stage design, the outdoor element and visionary lighting should promptly convince nay-sayers that this location fits like a glove. The weekend kicks off Thursday, October 11 with an emphasis on fall fashion, while the finale event on Saturday, October 13, brings 303 Magazine’s brainchild–the 6th Annual Hair Show. If you’ve been, you know. It’s like Christmas, right? If you haven’t, you should probably find out. Imagine getting your mind blown by fashion, creativity, artistry, lights, themes, people watching and music, simultaneously. It’ll make your face melt.
It’s been a big 2012 and the best is yet to come. Let’s hope the Mayans are wrong about the world coming to an end, right? And, if you want to go to Thursday’s DFW presentation for free, post a comment here describing your favorite DFW experience. One lucky winner will get a pair.