The #GirlPower Issue 8 of The Untitled Magazine presents some of the most inspirational women on the radar today across the arenas of fashion, film, music, art, business, politics, tech and sports. The collector’s issue, which releases September 2015 in over 30 countries, was photographed exclusively by female photographers and written exclusively by female journalists.
The #GirlPower Issue is a celebration of femininity in all its forms. The special edition features over 60 original photo shoots and interviews. Highlights include exclusives with Bond actress Naomie Harris; Rebecca Ferguson, star of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation; Lizzy Caplan of Masters of Sex and Sophie Turner, star of Games of Thrones. Musicians Charli XCX, Banks, Carly Rae Jepsen, Marina & The Diamonds, NERVO, Madison Beer, and Tove Lo opened up about their paths to success and inspirations along the way. Street artist Swoon talks about art and activism, while we gained insight from fashion moguls Carmen Busquets, Alexandra Wilkis Wilson and Lauren Santo Domingo. Model-turned-actress Lydia Hearst shared her career ambitions, while plus-sized model Tess Holliday challenges stereotypes with her inspirational life story. These are just a few of the incredible women interviewed for this issue. Editor in Chief, Indira Cesarine, stated regarding The #GirlPower Issue 8, “I wanted to shape this issue with the perspectives and voices of women today; what inspires us and what challenges our ideologies.”
The 240-page collector’s print edition features front covers of Charli XCX, Naomie Harris, Rebecca Ferguson, Lizzy Caplan and Banks, and additional back covers of Lydia Hearst, Marina & The Diamonds, Sharaya J, Say Lou Lou and Aimée Osbourne.
Look out for The Untitled Magazine’s #GirlPower Issue 8 on newsstands in over 30 countries, including fine retailers such as Barnes & Noble, Colette, Selfridges and Hudson News. Also stay tuned for the digital and app edition featuring an additional 100 pages of content and behind-the-scenes videos.
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