Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Virgine Magazine Issue #1: Edible Dress & Creative Concepts

...believe it or not but this dress is made entirely out of M&Ms

Cintia Dicker in Virgine Magazine's Premiere issue

If the word "Vigine" means nothing to you now maybe in a couple of years it will. 

The name Virgine is a combination of “Virgin” as in “first” and “pure”, “virtual” as in “VIRGINE’s existence evolves around the virtual world”, and and magazine. Its a brand new  bi-annual hard copy magazine that launched a couple of months ago. 

VIRGINE Magazine is a brand new innovative high fashion, art and music platform set to revolutionize the way people interact with the fashion industry. Through our proximity with today’s major influential voices in the fashion field, we have managed to develop a magazine that stays ahead of current styles and trends.
VIRGINE is seeking ways to increase societies’ devotion to charity contribution, so every issue our magazine’s first page will be dedicated to charity oriented advertisements.
In addition, we want to create a fashion platform that serves as a bridge between top industry professionals and up-and-coming artists to be showcased side by side under the esthetic and standards of VIRGINE.
Furthermore, VIRGINE wants to innovate by forming bridges between different industries. Imagine an article written by a fashion model who wants to become an editor or an interview conducted by the actual photographer who shot the subject. This is the kind of content we are looking for; content that brings a different perspective to our audience
With VIRGINE, you will be propelled into a global culture of beauty, esthetic, creativity and innovation.

Publisher/Editor in Chief
Ryan Yoon
If you read their "About" (above) you can see that they are really dedicated to their work, and if anything, will take no prisoners when it comes to becoming one of the best innovative magazines in the world. I love creativity and I love that Virgine is doing something different. It may be interesting to find out just how much they can "bridge the gaps" in the industry that they want to create. 

Who knows? They may fail and never complete any of their goals...Or they might just become just exactly what they said they'd be.

Source (also view more photos): Bloginity 


  1. wierd...i like it obviosly i would eat it before got anywhere but still

  2. by the way i meant the m&m's one