We have a weak spot for Serena Guen Serena. The founder and Editor-in-Chief of Suitcase magazine was recently named one of 25 under 25 most influential Londoners. The magazine is called the ‘travel bible’ by Topshop and it’s safe to say (*insert London accent*) it’s a brilliant read. Suitcase is a magazine with high-quality photography and fabulous stories. A new edition will hit the shelves this month, with a Tokyo-inspired editorial; sushi combined with fashion. Need we say more?
Three reasons why Suitcase will make your life a bit brighter:
1. It’s clean, classy and sassy
With a Scandinavian vibe, a British accent and an international air, this magazine is for all classy female movers and shakers out there. Articles on exciting new designers, artists, musicians, photographers but layered and often with a deeper meaning. For frequent-quote-users this is true match! “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller. Stunning!
2. It makes you want to explore
Sold in over 30 countries and with inspiring long-reads on traveling, you might feel the urge to pack your suitcase and get going after flipping through the magazine. Inspiring, prize-winning, editorials from India to L.A. and Galapagos to Cornwall. Where to go in December? Suitcase knows the finest spots, where to sleep and what to pack to help keep trips as unique, interesting and cost-effective as possible.
3. This one is for the digital lovers
Next to the paper magazine, Suitcase is available on iPad and they even created an app. Comes in handy whenever in a train, taxi or any other moving vehicle.
Suitcase is written in English and published every month, available online and at your local kiosk.