SUITCASE Magazine: Making Waves

SUITCASE Magazine Issue 5 cover

Oh I do have some ridiculously talented friends. Just the other week I shared the second print issue of James Joseph’s mag, Stylenoir and now I’m about to tell you about my fashion month partner in crime, Serena Guen’s latest triumph. As you probably know, Serena is Founder and Editor-in-Chief of SUITCASE Magazine. What you may not know however, is that Serena and I were at school together. Between work, life and university, I hadn’t seen Serena since some time during 2008 and then four years on I began hearing a lot of talk about a fantastic new fashion and travel tome and it turned out she was behind it! Not only that, but she somehow managed to launch and run said glossy, global mag while doing a Masters degree at NYU… I know. I’m not going to labour that point as over thinking it would make me feel deeply inadequate. Instead, behold the fifth issue of SUITCASE Magazine, Making Waves.

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Awesome, right? Well mes amies, you haven’t seen the half of it. SUITCASE Magazine: Making Waves includes travel features ranging from biking around Amsterdam and sun seeking in South Africa to eating jerk chicken in Jamaica with Savannah Baker and hanging in Honduras with Paloma Faith. On top of that there are editorials a’plenty and I’m kind of obsessed with these pics of Whinnie Williams and the one and only Eve. I would strongly advise, nay insist, that you go get this mag! Not just because I’m pals with some of the fabulous folk behind it, but because it truly is a brilliant read.

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SUITCASE Magazine is sold in 30 countries so any decent newsagent should have it plus WHSmith, Selfridges and Harrods in London and Barnes & Noble in New York.

Love Ella x

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