JUDAS

JUDAS MAGAZINE has made me the honour....

One very personal and one of the most interesting interviews i have ever been requested to give.

"THE GREEK JEWELLERY AND ARTEFACT DESIGNER THAT CREATED THE MASKS ON THE COVER OF JUDAS’ FIRST ISSUE OPENS UP ABOUT ANXIETY AND BEING GENUINE. THIS IS CHRISTINA IOANNIDOU IN HER OWN WORDS." 

http://www.judasmag.com/blog/2016/5/24/meet-christina-ioannidou-the-woman-behind-the-masks

 

Judas disdains the pop culture that makes young women think that the best thing they can be is sexy. If that makes us feminists, so be it. Celebrity worship is not a part of their brand culture. Instead, Judas thinks that people should be considered extraordinary for their achievements, thoughts or struggles. 

They want to sell ideas rather than products. Editorial independence is the basis of their work. Every stylist, editor and writer has the freedom to highlight a product, brand or company without interference from the owners of the publication or its marketing department.

They love fashion and are not ashamed of it. Believing that fashion journalism should have the same research, high standards and narrative excellence than one should expect to find in quality newspapers. 

Believing in a government for the people, not the corporations. Many are disillusioned with mainstream politics and have turned their backs to it. They want to connect readers with the world around them so that they feel empowered to affect it. Not going to tell you what to think or what to wear. Judas' mission is to spark people's imagination and cultivate opinion.

Ideas can change the world.

This is Judas' manifesto and i love it. This is what they stand for and i admire it. (text taken from www.judasmag.com)