magazine, which goes by the name N DEGREES has its main focus
on art, design, music, fashion, travel and lifestyle and is
Scandinavia’s first-born tablet based magazine. N DEGREES deals with
Scandinavian products combined with international style and
challenges the traditional magazine concept by working exclusively on
the digital platform.
questions how an editorial can work by including images that contain
GIF animations and slow motion effects and it produces fashion short
films. The new possibilities that this new magazine platform brings
are used to the full at N Degrees. The magazine is based in
Copenhagen and is founded by Dorothea Gundtoft and Christina
Følsgaard, who both have years of experience in the Danish and
international fashion and art industry.
is working as a stylist and fashion journalist for V Magazine, Vogue
Italia, Style.com and ELLE DK among others. She has also written the
book Fashion Scandinavia that was published by Thames & Hudson
earlier this year. In addition Dorothea Gundtoft was named Stylist of
the year 2013 at ELLE Style Awards in Denmark.
Følsgaard has been working with digital art and culture at places
like Arken – Museum of Contemporary Art and The National Gallery of
Denmark. She has also worked as a freelance fashion and culture
journalist for ELLE DK among others.
and Dorothea actually met on another magazine but before long
realized that they shared a dream of creating their own magazine.
With Dorothea strong signature within styling and Christinas strength
within cultural history they form the perfect team, and above all
they feel that fashion cannot live without art, films, music and the
life of inspiring personalities. This is the basis of their work.
FIRST ISSUE N DEGREES – “the Asian Issue” with supermodel
Ranya Moedonova on the frontpage, was released during the Copenhagen
Fashion Week. The magazine focuses on Japanese designers Rei Kawakubo
and Yohju Yamamoto and the impact they have had on western fashion
and perception of what can be regarded as feminine beauty. They also
have an article about artist Yoko Ono who is turning eighty this
year, which is marked with a large retrospective exhibition at the
acknowledged Louisiana – Museum of Modern Art.
ISSUE OUT on 6th of September with the title N DEGREES NEW TALENT.
Celebrating international new talents of the world and more
established but perhaps unknown designers. Signature pieces will this
time circle around London designers such as Central Saint Martins
graduates and the magazine has a special feature on Peter Pilotto.
The issue have a beauty video, an editorial with the new talent
Julier Bugge from Scoop Models who has been the face of Balenciaga
and she also features on the cover. Designer interviews with the
brightest hopes from Denmark.
Degrees caters to both the Scandinavian and International market and
is therefore published in English for iPad and iPad mini, and from
September also for iPhone. The magazine is published once a month,
with continuous updates and consists of alternating themes. First
release, ”N Degrees – The Asian Issue” can be downloaded free
of charge from the Apple Newsstand.