Glossy Talk: Anthology magazine living with substance & style
Over the weekend, my mother pulled out a giant bag of clothes I had stashed in a cupboard at her place two years ago with the intention to sell them at the markets... but never did. Rummaging through the bag, I felt like my younger self exploring a dress-up box: I was utterly delighted. "Hello, old friends!"
It's not often a magazine can replicate that feeling of old and new, but that's exactly how I feel about Anthology magazine. The delicious serendipity of stumbling across this new print publication simply must be shared, so I pass it on from Some Kind of Style to you.
The premiere Anthology, a quarterly "shelter" (as they say in the States; "interior" here) and lifestyle magazine, is out next month, taking off where Domino left. It covers home decor, travel, design, entertaining and culture. Anh-Minh Le, a contributor to The San Francisco Chronicle, is the editor-in-chief, and author/illustrator Mag Mateo Ilasco is the creative director.
Take a look at the promotional video below, then flip through curated pages and pre-order the first issue @ Anthology online.
And now Margaret Urlich's dreamy "Boy In The Moon" is playing on the radio. How apt. Delighted again. Thank you, God, for these little blessings.
Girl With a Satchel