Oyster (magazine)

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Oyster
Oyster 92.jpg
April/May 2011 issue of Oyster
Editorial team Shane Sakkeus (Creative Director)
Alice Cavanagh (Editorial Director)
Stevie Dance (Contributing Editor)
Categories Fashion, Culture, Lifestyle, Style
Frequency Bi-monthly
Circulation 30,000 in Australia and an additional 12,000 worldwide
Publisher Jonathan Morris, Monica Nakata
First issue 1994
Country  Australia
Based in Surry Hills, New South Wales
Language English
Website www.oystermag.com
ISSN 1322-6495

Oyster is an international fashion, beauty, music and pop-culture title established in Australia in 1994 and published bi-monthly. The magazine features exclusive international fashion editorial, interviews, and extensive music and art editorial. Oyster showcases the work of leading photographers and young up-and-coming talent from around the world, and is renowned for its avant-garde approach to style.[1]

Monica Nakata and Jonathan Morris are the publishers of Oyster. Shane Sakkeus, a creative director of thepop.com and co-creator of cult comic-format high-fashion zine PETIT MAL! magazine, is the magazine's Creative Director. Alice Cavanagh, a regular contributor to Vogue, is the Editor. Stevie Dance, previously the Editor of Russh, is a Contributing Editor. The title has offices in New York, Paris and Sydney.[2]

Oystermag.com[edit]

Oystermag.com was established in 2006 and offers extended content from the magazine, web features, interviews and daily news posts. The site has more than 100,000 visitors per month. Oystervision is the site's production arm and offers video content including extended interviews and backstage footage.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oyster Magazine". Oyster Magazine. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "Oyster Magazine" (93). June–July 2011. p. 14. 
  3. ^ "Oyster Magazine". Oyster Magazine. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 

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