The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
[Image via E!.]
Hungary is taking a different approach to fashion magazines.
Forget the typical, book-like mag, instead enjoy a magazine which looks like a purse.
A new Hungarian fashion magazine, LACK, turns into a faux handbag with handles.
Reveals designer Miklos Kiss:
"I wanted to design a new progressive cover concept. By my opinion, most of the fashion magazines are boring, there’s always a photo and a name on it, but I wanted a
more progressive and lively solution. I observed many times how the women hold the magazines in their hands and how often they get in inconvenient situations because
they can’t hold the magazines in a more comfortable way.
Furthermore, I noticed that moving people potentially represent the best commercial. This was the base of my
idea to create a cover which resembles to a handbag. Women walk with it around more easily and it works like a live commercial. I’ve also placed the LACK logo according
to this. The cover does not only resemble to a handbag by its shape, but also, every further issue will appear with a cloth sample, so the material would look similar too."
Sounds interesting enough. But will women really want to walk around with a magazine in their hands, holding it like a bag?
We'll have to wait and see if it catches on.