Today's feature, Posh Magazine, owned by Chace Clark(Chace.clark)
Posh Magazine is new to the Stardoll Magazine scene. Yet by the looks of the debut issue, one wouldn't know. In fact, you might think that this dazzling magazine has been around for a while. That being due to the fact that the graphics are quite wonderful and Chace's attention to detail on wardrobe is annoyingly impressive.
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The lovely Rihanna(alexcendraburke) strikes a very sexy pose on the cover of Posh's first issue. Wearing an immaculate bikini created by none other than Chace himself. This was quite possibly my favorite look of the magazine, simply because of all the details that are embellished on the bikini. In fact I zoomed in on the cover in hopes of discovering just how Chace managed to add so much detail without causing the image to look sloppy. Kudos to Chace.
As I scan through the rest of the magazine I notice that Chace's attention to detail doesn't stop at the cover. It carries on throughout the entire magazine. This left me wowed and impressed. Of all the new magazines I have seen, I have never noticed other designers putting that much detail to their looks. And while some may think it doesn't matter, and they can simply get away with a plain outfit, you're wrong. Stardoll Magazine readers long for graphics that are sometimes far beyond a designer's capabilities. And I think that Chace hit the nail right on the head with wardrobe.
Moving right along, the articles are fun, colorful and hands on. From an article full of color to braids galore, Chace did a great job of keeping the audience interested. I learned quite a few things from his how-to on braiding and he even showed us all how to properly wear bright colors without looking like a walking replica of a rainbow. Though for the next issue, I am hoping for even more articles!
In conclusion, Chace has really set the bar high for new magazines. And reaching the level of success Posh has gained through its first issue isn't going to be easy for newcomers. I can honestly say I am ecstatic about the next issue. Keep up the good work, Chace!
To check out Posh, click the link below.
What did you think of Posh's first issue?