Frankie magazine

frankie-magazine.jpgIf I was ever to write a magazine, it would look something like this (can’t seem to get this in the U.K)

Two years ago, over a glass of wine, Editor Louise Bannister and Creative Director Lara Burke wanted a magazine that spoke directly to the reader, contained great affordable fashion, inspiring art, interesting reads and the best photography. They wanted a magazine to be written by 20 somethings for 20 somethings. And so in September 2004, frankie was born.
featuredHammer & Daisy, Sonja Ahlers, Jen Corace etc

14 thoughts on “Frankie magazine

  1. WOW! Thanks so much for showing off Frankie, I was reading going, oh that looks like such an awesome mag…pity I’m in Australia, then I kept reading and was like Oh my god, it IS Australian! =P

    I just went and bought the copy on the top left, can’t wait to read it, thanks babel! =) xox

  2. Cool! Love the photos and illustrations – I would really like to get my hands on that issue. Hey, maybe we should collaborate and make a magazine for 30 somethings written by 30 somethings ;). Tee hee.
    But I’m with everyone else, if you write a magazine, I’ll be the first to buy it.

  3. Frankie is a rocking mag. I have a need though>>>>>>>has anybody got a spare copy of issue 10 cause i really reallly need that copy. I’ll pay you know i will cause not only is that mag a great read but gives up and coming artists etc a chance at putting their gear out there. my email is please if anyone has issue ten laying about……

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