The Skirt Chronicles was founded by Sarah de Mavaleix, Sofia Nebiolo and Haydée Touitou as a collaborative platform with the ambition of creating a community which celebrates diverse cultures and generations. It is a publication founded by women which reflects a feminine voice yet does not exclude anyone from the conversation.
Organized chronologically, the content is determined by the date of completion. Some liberty was taken, of course, to insure the reader’s comfort while discovering The Skirt Chronicles.
This collaborative platform is proud to be composed of talented individuals however young or old their souls might be: copy editor Natalie Cenci, Joana Avillez, Stella Berkofsky, Agathe Berthaux Weil, Graziella Buontempo, Geordy Couturiau, Jorge de Cascante, Marie Déhé, Zuri Camille de Sousa, Tim Elkaim, Gigi Ettedgui, Jacqueline Feldman, Gillian Garcia, Adrianna Glaviano, Alexei Hay, Batsheva Hay, Dominika Hadelova, Augusta Hood, Marion Jolivet, Karim Kattan, Alexandre Khondji, Isabella Killoran, Hélène Lauth, Inès Longevial, Albert Moya, Freja Nielsen, Christopher Niquet, Luna Paiva, Hugo Partouche, Martin Pisotti, Kayten Schmidt, Shin Okishima, Pierre Touitou, Camille Vivier and many others who will be featured in upcoming volumes.
The Skirt Chronicles won the editor of the year prize at the Stack Awards 2018.
In this issue:
Three years ago, the three of us started a magazine and launched it on March 2nd, 2017. There were so many people that evening at Librarie Yvon Lambert—crowds overflowing on rue Vieille du Temple—that we could not even find each other. As our readership grew, so did the number of pages and contributors. There were not always six months between issues, but there were always two volumes a year.
Three years later and with great pleasure, we present Volume VI, dedicated to a feeling of happy satisfaction and enjoyment. A magazine first imagined without rules, we have now found ourselves with two recipes, a beauty section, and a seasonal horoscope column. You will also find your favorites: Drawing Matters, Family Portrait, Addresses, and Flipskirt. Beyond these staples, this issue also invites you to play solitaire online, slurp on the foam, make a video call, pick up dahlias, and find out what your fetish truly is.
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