Friday, November 13, 2009

New Vintage Magazine!

I just discovered a new magazine that has made its premiere just this month....called "Zelda: The Magazine of the Vintage Nouveau", it's a magazine devoted to everything vintage and early-20th century. I've ordered the first issue, it looks promising....especially to anyone like me that loves old stuff!

Check out the link, and if you're into old stuff too, help this fledgling magazine out and order one!

http://www.zeldamag.com/

9 comments:

  1. Zelda...as in Zelda Fitzgerald?

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  2. yep! but I cheated since you just told me that, lol

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  3. That mag looks cool,I think you'll love it lol :) Pretty website too

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  4. Wow! Sounds very interesting! I hope they're successful. I'm sure there are many of us that yearn for the magic from years past...

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  5. Good evening, you have an award at mine...

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  6. The awards called over the top...put logo on your blog, then answer the 35 questions with one word.to each question. Then pass on to ten others, good luck!

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  7. Ohhh, how very fantastic! I'd not yet heard about this magazine, but am hugely fascinated by your description of it. There are so few (re: next to no) magazines devoted to the world of vintage, so I'm off to check these gem out at once. Many, many thanks for bringing it to my attention!

    ♥ Jessica

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  8. Jessica: I received mine over the weekend and while it wasn't exactly what I was expecting, I'm definitely interested in ordering the next copy when it comes out; apparently they're only doing it bi-annually and it won't be available in newstands or bookstores. It had more of a focus on the 20's, and I'm more attracted to the 30's and 40's eras, but as it's still advocating and celebrating vintage early 20th century I'm all for it.

    Have you heard of a message forum called The Fedora Lounge? It's an online community of folk who are in love with the Golden Era and the post topics cover everything from finding authentic WWII uniforms to lipstick. I don't post there often but I lurk frequently (that's how I found out about the mag, the editor is a member of the Lounge)...it's a treasure trove of information on all things vintage from the 20's through the 50's. If you're interested, the link to it is on the right under "My Favorite Things".

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