Vintage Living (www.vintagelivingmag.com), a to-be-published magazine focused on vintage, classic and retro home decorating, fashion, design, shopping, food & drink, culture & entertainment and travel, seeks startup funding through crow-funding site Kickstater.com.
Online PR News – 16-May-2012 – Rochester, NY – Vintage Living, a free online and print national lifestyle magazine, has launched a grassroots campaign to raise startup funds on Kickstarter, a site where everyday ordinary make people chip in to finance creative projects.
The magazine, which will cover vintage, classic and retro home decorating, fashion, design, shopping, food & drink, culture & entertainment and travel, hopes to raise $15,000 from the public by June 10 to supplement a private investment made by its founding editor to start publication in September.
Backers, people who pledge financial support of at least $10, will receive rewards ranging from PDF downloads and printed copies of the magazine to business advertising space to vintage-derived products created exclusive for the magazine.
Vintage Living would be the first U.S. magazine geared to people passionate about "things vintage in on form or another" who are "drawn to flea markets, second-hand thrift stores, antique shops, and garage, estate and rummage sales" and have a passion for "bygone style, old-world charm and throwback sensibilities."
The premiere issue will feature a variety of articles on topics including vintage clothes, flea market decor, Mad Men style, classic movies and retro products.
Contributors will include writers and editors who have been published in the New York Times, USA Today, The Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, Martha Stewart Living, HGTV, Elle Decor, Southern Living, Vogue, Marie Claire, Real Simple, Lucky, Ladies Home Journal, Sunset, Newsweek, Travel + Leisure, National Geographic Traveler, Art & Antiques, Entertainment Weekly, Variety and Hollywood Reporter, among others.
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