is an online publication that touches on striking global issues through an aesthetically pleasing filter. Founded on the premise that fashion, design, and style are not mutually exclusive from the social and cultural issues that impact our world, the WILD moves well beyond the conventional publication. While presenting visually striking content, our international team of talented writers, photographers, designers and artists are inspired by true luminaries, innovative sustainable initiatives and fashion with a conscience. The Wild is more than a magazine, it’s a vital concept for a generation of visionaries, a rendezvous point for progressive and optimistic ideas in the world we inhabit. And it’s growing. Welcome to the WILD!
The ProjectIn October of this year, the WILD Magazine will release it's first print issue, titled Visionaries, and we want you to be a part! Over the past year we have honed our product, dramatically increased our roster of celebrated contributors, and have delivered refined content on critical matters. We are now prepared to take the publication to a whole new form by creating a limited edition issue; an object d’art for all of our enthusiastic followers. We are titling this first printed issue ‘Visionaries’ in honor of all those who inspire us and light the way.
In ‘Visionaries’, expect to find the content on critical matters relating to social, cultural, and environmental matters, for which the WILD has become known. We are also pleased to announce an interview with avant-garde artist Yoko Ono, among other amazing features! For instance, a biting essay on the troubling future of our water resources, a collaborative fashion shoot with a noted street artist, interviews with renowned personalities, and so much more! Each turn of the page will be a total adventure!!
In previous releases, we have interviewed the bombastic actress and model Paz de la Huerta, the eco-entrepreneur and founder of Etnies - Pierre-André Senizergues, the witty New York auteur Sloane Crosley, and the sublime musician and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg. Our contributors have also touched on essential topics such as the Green School in Indonesia, where children are raised with an understanding of sustainability and holism at the core of their education; Father Solalinde, a priest in Mexico who risks his life every day in defense of the migrant workers crossing the dangerous roads; a grass roots organization in Haiti supporting women's rights in the island, focusing mostly on the epidemic of rape cases following the massive earthquake last year.
The WILD will continue to complement our print edition through the Wild Blog, a vibrant ongoing digital medium now finding great traction in myriad venues, from Bogota to Tokyo, and aiming to expand it's global reportage.
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