We, The September Issues, are an independently published feminist print magazine that delivers a powerhouse of diverse, authentic voices in art and fashion. Each issue of the magazine, stunningly printed and packed with arresting images and distinct creative voices, is equal parts fashion, art, and feminism. We have a dual mission: to make fashion a feminist issue, and to create a platform for artists to explore and create work that reflects the evolution of art and culture. The magazine is our campaign for creativity and integrity.
We recognize that artists need a space where we can start new conversations. With this magazine, made up of fresh, diverse voices, we can author our identities, and define artistic space through feminist actions. We want to give artists the space and resources to reflect on societal values, and to examine representation and responsibility within our global community. We set ourselves apart from our contemporaries by creating for an audience that is not only interested in art and fashion, but politically and socially aware. As a publication, we want to be an active part in spreading impactful change: with each issue, we align ourselves with a group, charity, or cause we support by educating and creating awareness. We believe that organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Me Too, and Crisis Text Line support the health and vitality of women, and are doing important work to build community in the same way that art and artists are.
The September Issues is constantly evolving, and looking forward towards the future of media, art, and feminism. We will continue to challenge and redefine publishing-helping to build a community that reflects the diversity and power of global femininity.
Mary Rozzi, Founder + Creative Director