1966 Magazine, For Beautiful Black Women, Celebrates Their One-Year Anniversary By Debuting Free Monthly Publication On iTunes Featuring Andre Walker, Oprah’s Hairstylist

A Comprehensive Young And Young At Heart Cosmopolitan Magazine Directed Exclusively Towards Mainstream Black Women Worldwide.

1966 Magazine has launched 1966 Magazine on iTunes, a free monthly digital magazine for black women. The magazine, available on Apple iTunes app store and the Newsstand, aims to empower its readers to embrace and support black women in fashion, beauty, hair, business, travel and lifestyle.

Alicia Suggs, Emmy award-winning visual effects artist, serves as a founding Co-Editor and Fashion Director and Arianne Suggs, who is a TV producer and host, serves as Creative Director and founding Co-Editor.

If you want rich content, with sensory eye catching editorials that resonate on all levels, your search is over. We pride ourselves on being deeply aware of our demographics concerns and issues and we want to give black women what they deserve.  

The May 2014 issue features one of the most fascinating men in hair: Mr. Andre Walker. He is the stylist to mogul Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama, Halle Berry and more. Plus, spring fashion, relaxing in fabulous Dubai, outdoor home décor and the best deals with Cheap Can Be Chic.

According to Arianne, “1966 Magazine is a glamorous monthly magazine that is a page-turner and certain to captivate you. It is a magazine that touts brains and beauty. You will want to read every page whether it’s about beauty, fashion, hair, celebs, business spotlights or the best travel destinations around the world”.

Finally, there is a magazine that speaks directly to you. We know that you, as a black woman, do exist and it’s time to have a publication that has dared to dream bigger for you.

“My sister and I created 1966 Magazine out of need. There needed to be a new media source that embraces beautiful black women all over the world who are doing big things in business, entertainment and life in general, ” says Alicia Suggs.  

 “We are thrilled to re-launch this publication and make it free to women worldwide who appreciate the finer things in life,” said Alicia Suggs.

About 1966 Magazine

1966 Magazine has articles and feature stories written by and for black women that will inspire you and enrich your life. If you enjoy our blog, 1966mag.com, then you will love 1966 Magazine.

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Company Name: 1966 Magazine
Contact Person: Sherry Harris
Email: info@1966mag.com
Phone: 818-222-2982
Country: United States
Website: http://www.1966mag.com