Something for the weekend

Tabitha

Well that’s Sunday sorted!

Some September issues

While I snapped up the British editions almost right away, I still haven’t managed to get my hands on the American September editions of VOGUE and ELLE. Can anybody tell me where to go for all 916 pages of American VOGUE and ELLE’s almost 500 pages (I think?…). On a completely unrelated note, don’t forget to pick up your copy of Tabitha magazine all around the city, or read it online here.

Tabitha II

Just a quick lunch-time post about Lovetabii’s (formerly known as Glamrocks) latest issue of Tabitha magazine. Bloggers turned bona fide magazine editors, I was delighted to have been asked to contribute to the second issue, writing a piece on Erika Fox of Retro Flame and Grace Mangan of Lace Whisper. Without giving too much away, check out Tabitha II for shoots styled and shot by the stellar editorial team – Úna O’Boyle, Louise Ryan and Shane O’Connor – trend updates, features on various Dublin goings-on and much MUCH more! Available all over Dublin, check out their website and Facebook page for updates and snippets from both Lovetabii’s blog and their ongoing work on Tabitha III. Once again girls – and Shane! – thank you for involving me. And thank you to the two girls featured who put up with my incessant questioning and numerous emails!

Tabitha Magazine: I’m Late to the Party

Snippets (couldn’t possibly post everything and ruin the surprise) from Lovetabii’s debut issue of Tabitha magazine. Launched in early January, I’ve finally gotten my hands on a copy of the issue featuring a stellar shoot by Shane O’Connor for Tabitha Vintage and a style profile on The Tinder Box’s Sarah O’ Hegarty.

Inspired by a fashion blog, Tabitha magazine branched out and embraced other aspects of the city’s varied culture. Speaking to the girls recently, the amount of work and the level of dedication and creativity put into the magazine is incredible. How many Irish blogs can you think of that have published magazines of late? I think you’ll find it to be nada. Only a thousand copies were printed this time and they absolutely flew out of the shops they were stocked in (Public Beware, Whelan’s, 9 Crow Street to name but a few).

Lovetabii is hoping to publish the second issue coming up to summer 2012, so keep an eye out for this new must-read.

To read Tabitha Magazine online, click here – To check out Lovetabii, the blog, click here.