The September Issues

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A BIANNUAL MAGAZINE MADE BY WOMEN

Photography: Rebekah Campbell
Model: Ali Michael
Styling: Alison Mazur
This is what SEO reads
Photography: Vinca Petersen
Model: Krissie Marie
Makeup: Georgina Graham

featuring only women contributors

a place where art, fashion, and topical issues can be discussed from a purely feminine perspective

Photography, Hair + Makeup: Pamela Neal
Model: Sedona Legge
Styling: Emily Batson
Custom Tailoring: Jade Brandt
Photography: Amber Mahoney
Models: Matthew Sosnowski + Jovel Ramos

a community that reflects the diversity and power of global femininity

Photography: Clara Nebeling
Makeup: Marie Bruce
Styling: Jessica Gardener
Photography: Clara Nebeling
Makeup: Marie Bruce
Styling: Jessica Gardener
Photography: Clara Nebeling
Makeup: Marie Bruce
Styling: Jessica Gardener
Photography: Sarai Mari
Model: Marihenny
Styling: Rebecca Dennett
Makeup: Grace Ahn
Hair: Yusuke Miura
Photography: Nadine Ijewere
Styling: Nathan Klein
Makeup: Mary Jane Gotidoc
Set Design: Lora Avedian + Charlotte Osborn
Photography: Amber Mahoney
Models: Harry Charlesworth + Sussi

share ideas of identity

Photography: Lula Hyers
Model: Laura Sage
Photography: Trisha Ward
Model: Lily Inge Newmark
Styling: Steph Wilson
Makeup + Hair: Liz Dauxer
Photography: Trisha Ward
Model: Lily Inge Newmark
Styling: Steph Wilson
Makeup + Hair: Liz Dauxer
Photography, Hair + Makeup: Pamela Neal
Styling: Emily Batson
Custom Tailoring: Jade Brandt

discover ritual and ceremony

Photography: Mary Rozzi
Model: Marine Gaudin
Styling: Victoria Adcock
Makeup: Tiziana Raimondo
Hair: Ernesto Montenovo
Photography: Andrea Gentl
 
 
 
 
 
Photography: Mary Rozzi
Model: Winnie Harlow
Styling: Victoria Adcock
Makeup: Marie Bruce
Hair: Ernesto Montenovo

celebrate and champion pioneers

of the past and present

Photography: Claude Cahun
Photography: Clare Shilland
Model: Amber Anderson
Styling: Victoria Adcock
Makeup: Siobhan Furlong
Hair: Tracey Cahoon
Photography: Rosaline Shahnavaz
Model: Flora
Styling: Victoria Adcock
Makeup: Nancy Summer
Hair: Adam Garland
Photography: Prue Stent + Honey Long
 
 
 
Photography: Nadine Ijewere
Model: Mouna Fadiga
Styling: Nathan Klein
Makeup: Mary Jane Gotidoc
Set Design: Lora Avedian + Charlotte Osborn
Collage: Beth Hoeckel

Photography: Kate Ballis

Photography: Arianna Lago
Model: Kea L.
Art Direction: Gem Fletcher
Styling: Lindsay Day + Alexandra Day
Makeup: Virginia Bertolani

exchanging the story of women's lives

Photography: Mary Rozzi
Model: Lucy Sweetchurch
Styling: Victoria Adcock
Makeup: Mel Arter
Photography: Mary Rozzi
Model: Lucy Sweetchurch
Styling: Victoria Adcock
Makeup: Mel Arter

POWER OF THE FEMME

The September Issues aims to challenge and redefine women’s publishing. We set ourselves apart from our contemporaries by creating for an audience that is not only interested in fashion, but is politically and socially aware.

The September Issues gives women creatives the opportunity to express themselves freely,explore their identities, and build a community without any constraints—a place where art, beauty, fashion, and topical issues can be discussed from a purely feminine perspective; a community that reflects the diversity and power of global femininity.

We are unique in that this is a biannual magazine made by women. Each issue will donate a portion of its proceeds to an organization which supports women, and for this issue we have chosen Planned Parenthood. Our goal is to make fashion, an industry intrinsically linked with the rights of women, a feminist issue.

We celebrate all types of women, which is why the theme of our first issue is “The Power of the Femme.” All of our contributors for this issue have been asked to interpret this concept as they wish, because female empowerment isn’t just a marketing gimmick on a t-shirt—it’s a point that has become impossible to ignore.

The magazine aims to share ideas of identity, discover ritual and ceremony; celebrate and champion women pioneers of the past and present, and those yet to come exchanging the story of women’s lives through visual and intellectual vocabularies.

Politically, the world is fragmented. Recent events have demonstrated that change is most definitely the only thing we can be sure of in this moment. We, The September Issues, want to be an active part of that change. We want to empower women by celebrating their achievements, and strive for the creation of an influential voice of equality in our future society.

Mary Rozzi,
Founder and Creative Director
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