1966 Magazine January 2014 Issue Features Sue Wong’s Fashion Collection!

1966 Magazine, known for its latest beauty and hair tips as well as a preview of the latest fashion trends, has today announced its January 2014 issue, featuring Sue Wong’ s never seen before collection, is out.

1966 Magazine is a high-end interactive digital magazine, located at the Apple Newsstand store and Magzter.com, and targets black women readers interested in fashionable and trendy couture clothing and accessories.

“Sue Wong is an internationally renowned designer and we are indeed pleased and delighted to have chosen to feature her collection, which we hope set the trend for what our readers will be expecting in 2014,” says Alicia Suggs, Co-Founder of 1966 Magazine. She was in attendance at the recent unveiling of Sue Wong’s swinging “Jazz Babies” Spring 2014 Collection, and described it as being “amazing!”

According to Alicia, their editorial spread, which features couture clothing from the Sue Wong Collection never before seen, and continues Sue Wong’s stunning 1920s Gatsby-inspired catwalk during L.A. Fashion Week.

1966 Magazine, an online publication dedicated to glamorous black women, caters to a niche market that focuses on black women who rarely are seen in couture clothing on the cover of magazines.

“If you want rich content, with sensory eye catching editorials that resonate on all levels, your search is over,” says Alicia, whose editorial staff pride themselves on being deeply aware of their demographics concerns and issues, and for that reason, want “to give you, Yes You, what you really deserve.”

As a glamorous monthly magazine, that is a page-turner and certain to captivate its readers, 1966 Magazine is a publication that readers usually read every page whether it’s about Beauty, Fashion, Hair, Celebs, or the hottest Hotspots around the world.

“Finally there is a magazine that speaks directly to you, the Black woman. We know that you, as a black woman, do exist and it’s time to have a publication that had dared to dreamed bigger for you,” notes Alicia, who love to show black women in a positive light, and looking absolutely beautiful. Towards this end, the publication features trendy and fashionable clothing, tips on hair care, celebrity, and exotic places to travel.

For further information about Sue Wong’s digital spread in the January 2014 issue of 1966 Magazine, please visit website http://www.1966mag.com/.

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