The new digital resource will grow with each new issue published and has been created in collaboration with archiving specialists Exact Editions.
Launched by fashion stylist Leith Clark in 2014, Violet Book magazine and its website counterpart are spaces to investigate powerful femininity and share women’s stories and wisdom whilst celebrating experience, age and honesty, says Exact Editions. Each landmark issue of the bi-annual magazine features an international cast of creative women; Issue 13, debuting in digital form with two covers, features actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw and director Miranda July. The magazine is donating 50% of the issue’s digital sales to the Young Women’s Trust, to help economically vulnerable young women hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis.
A comprehensive search facility allows for specific topics or people to be located in an instant, whilst cross-platform accessibility means issues can be accessed from anywhere and everywhere.
The publishers are offering free access to Issue 13 for 7 days.
Publisher Stephen White said: “We’re thrilled to have launched the first ever digital issue of Violet Book; it marks a new exciting era for the magazine and provides an excellent way for readers to enjoy this landmark issue at a click of a button whilst supporting vulnerable women during the pandemic.”
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented: “The striking and vibrant design of Violet Book has translated beautifully into its digital format. The new resource will open doors to an untapped digital market and offer exciting new revenue opportunities.”
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