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91 Magazine | Vol 12 | Anniversary Edition

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This exciting special anniversary edition is here to celebrate ten years since 91 Magazine launched online.

So much has changed since then, but 91 has remained focussed on producing a beautiful publication that creatively inspires their readers and supports the small business community that they are passionate about.

This bumper issue is split into three sections: LIVE, WORK and EAT. In the LIVE section, they feature home tours, styling inspiration, and ideas on living well. In the WORK section, the focus is in on makers and designers, studio tours of creatives, independent shop tours, and a little bit of small business advice. Finally, in the EAT section, you'll find a highlight a selection of beautiful cafes and restaurants, delicious recipes and inspirational food-related spaces and people.

NOTE FROM THE EDITOR:This issue is incredibly special to me, featuring not only people and spaces that have inspired me personally over the years, but some who I’ve just recently discovered. Celebration, longevity and reflection are at it’s core as we mark ten years in independent publishing, celebrating not only the magazine’s journey, but the creative community that inspires it. As I reflect back on what has been an amazing ten years of doing what I truly love, I hope it inspires our readers to believe in their own dreams and creative goals.”

The issue is 200 pages, perfect bound with a linen textured fold-out cover, with gold foil detailing. It is printed in the UK on FSC certified paper with vegetable inks.

Background

91 Magazine was launched in 2011 by founder and editor Caroline Rowland. The idea came about when Caroline felt that none of the mainstream magazines were capturing her interest any more, and she longed for a magazine that covered all aspects of creative living. She wanted beautiful homes that were attainable and oozed creativity while mixing contemporary, vintage and handmade looks effortlessly.

She wanted craft and DIY projects that were modern, not twee, and that represented current trends, while also being accessible to all levels of skill. She wanted shopping tips, not only from the high street but from obscure corners of the world and the internet, so she felt she was always discovering the newest boutiques and designers.

She wanted to read about creative lives and businesses that would continue to inspire her on her own journey while getting handy tips and advice. She wanted all of these things to be visually beautiful and well written. So instead of waiting for this to happen, she created 91 Magazine.