VMM stands for Voix Meets Mode which translates as ‘Voice Meets Fashion/Art/Style/Design/Innovation/Creative Brilliance’. Conceived, birthed and self published by Thomasina-Stephanie Legend, VMM is an independent London based bi-annual print magazine created for and dedicated to ‘Creative Minds’.
The magazine is designed as a remedy offered to the creative industry and culture enthusiasts alike, inviting them to a different perspective that seeks to bridge the gap between the beginning of a journey to the elevated stages of success of individuals making strides in their respective fields. The 4th volume and second print issue ‘VISION’ is a celebration of the people within this issue whose vision have been laid one brick at a time amidst the worst possible storms and weathers of life but still forged on regardless, the concept of vision in its entirety and appreciating the creative visuals and writings of our contributors. The vision of VMM has always been to inspire, motivate, elevate, celebrate, collaborate and promote the creative mind.
The magazine explores & celebrates the struggles that has led to success for featured talents from all over the world highlighting their backgrounds, challenges faced/encountered, experiences and lessons learned through intricate interviews and discussions along with articles, essays, quotes and poems to inspire & motivate the creative mind and soul. VMM Volume 4 VISION launched online today at www.voixmeetsmode.com. Prints will be in store by mid to end October.
Stars, filmmakers, and philanthropists strolled down an appropriately green carpet and gathered in a vast hangar at Santa Monica airport for this year’s Environmental Media Association awards on Saturday night.
Among the honorees at the ceremony, which recognizes both individuals and corporations who have demonstrated a commitment to protect the environment through their work, were Natalie Portman, Russell Simmons, John Paul DeJoria and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg. The Environmental Media Awards have been awarded by the Environmental Media Association since 1991 to the best television episode or film with an environmental message. The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a non-profit organization created in 1989 with the belief that through television, film and music, the entertainment community has the power to influence the environmental awareness of millions of people.
See behind the scenes, and find out about Samata’s ethical look for the carpet here.
Fashions Finest is an off schedule Fashion Week event established in 2010, built to champion emerging and established designers from a variety of backgrounds around the world. Extending its platform, the brand now presents FF Magazine – a print and digital publication, launched in 2017 and published twice a year.
The magazine covers a variety of Fashion and Beauty industry topics, and offers fresh editorials, interesting features and interviews with key individuals from the creative sphere. Click here to read Samata’s full interview from page 49.
In April British Vogue appointed its first male editor in its 100-year history; Edward Enninful will take over the reigns of the fashion bible from current editor Alexandra Shulman on August 1 as Editor In Chief of VOGUE Magazine. Samata was invited to pass comment on Edward’s appointment for ITV News at 10.
The full unedited video can be viewed by clicking below and the ITV News At Ten piece, which went live, is displayed above – enjoy!
So She Slays is a lifestyle blog that gives a voice to a generation of women who are down to earth and creative girl bosses. The online community provides a place where women feel comfortable to talk about issues that are a part of their daily lives and are empowered to have and share their voice.
Read Samata’s interview here.
HelloGiggles is a positive online community for women (although men are always welcome!) covering the latest in beauty, fashion, lifestyle, female empowerment, culture, relationships, friendship, careers, and issues that matter most to young women’s lives.
Read Samata’s interview with Hello Giggles online here, written by Gabriela Hestik.