I have been reading Sky’s Angels Magazine since the first issue was published. I have blogged about the magazine and I have even had an article published in one of the issues.
I am proud to say that the publishers of Sky’s Angels Magazine, David Angel and Ross Marc Campbell, are good friends of mine and each month they produce one fantastic online magazine that is worth the read for anyone who enjoys fashion, photography, design, and social responsibility. Honestly, this magazine is for everyone.
This month’s issue of Sky’s Angels is no different, but it does keep getting better. What more can you expect from a magazine whose ads are even exceptional? You’ll see!
As in every issue, the inside page is dedicated to Ross Marc Campbell and his welcome message to the contributors and those who are featured in this month’s issue.
The hottest summer fashion trends are displayed throughout. Everything from belts and earrings to shorts, sportswear and formal wear. This issue even features a Father’s Day fashion page that advertises great gifts for your dad. Many of the items for sale are very reasonably priced and all of them can be purchased online.
On pages 18 and 19, you will find an article called “Fashion Street”, which highlights six London women with six different fashion styles, and all of which are sure to be seen in other parts of the world, thanks to the enormous popularity of Sky’s Angels Magazine.
Latex is back in fashion, according to Fetasia Latex. Their fashions represent styles from way back to the 1930’s, all the way up to the 1970’s. Despite the fact that these clothes are made of latex, they are very high fashion. I’ll be honest, as a teenager in the 1980’s, I may have had a garment or two made of latex.
Have the 1970’s returned? Jane Norton shows us bell bottom pants and sun dresses that give us the bright colours and exotic patterns of the ’70’s. Very fashionable!
And now on to Graduate Fashion Week. Ross and his wife, Samantha, attended this year’s fashion week, which was sponsored by George of Asada. Ross and Smantha reported on the events of the week.
Every June, this fashion week details the work of 50 different universities and about 21 university fashion shows. There is the Gala Show that highlights all of the designers and on the last night of fashion week, the Awards Presentation is held. This year the Gala Show was hosted by Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin, where all of the models and designers were featured. At the end of the show, a panel of judges voted on the winner. There were 3 top awards: menswear, women’s wear and the much desired George Gold Award. The winner of the menswear award went to Felix Chabuk Smith, from Edinburgh College of Art. Marissa Owen from the University of Central Lancashire won the women’s wear award, and Rory Longdon of Nottingham Trent University received the George Gold Award. The models were lucky enough to have make-up provided by Rimmel London and hair styling by L’Oreal.
Bernie Hurst, owner of NooShooz, is once again advertising in Sky’s Angels Magazine. These shoes are amazing. They are the only interchangeable shoes with the most vibrant colours. They are so worth the price, even though they aren’t very expensive. Get in touch with Bernie and get a pair for yourself. You will love them.
Lena Hunt of Celebritize You is, once again, offering to Celebritize YOU. With 13 years of experience in building an on and offline presence for her clients, Celebritize You has worked to “celebritize” some famous people to make them that much more famous. She works with businesses and individuals who want to increase their online presence with professional and personable service. This is possible with the experience of Celebritize You.
Stuart Phillips, Campbell Photographic, Sky’s Angels Magazine, and Vibe International Models presents a unique opportunity to aspiring models. They are holding auditions for models who want to be featured on the cover of Sky’s Angels Magazine. The winner will be announced and cast at the Stuart Phillips Studios in Covent Garden London on June 27th. See the magazine for more details.
There is another fabulous feature highlighting two of England’s most beautiful aspiring models. First comes Harriadnie Beau, a beautiful blonde 18 year old model from Cambridge. Next is Liz Fuller, a former Miss Great Britain, ITV and Five TV presenter, and a successful business woman and charity supporter. Liz is from Swansea, South Wales and began her acting and modelling career as a young child.
Ganjo is back and on the town! He was recently spotted about London, canoodling with Liz Fuller and Miss British Empire 2011, Charlotte Campbell on his birthday. Way to go, once again. Ganjo always manages to find himself at the best parties and events.
Sky’s Angels Magazine is proud to present singer, songwriter, actor, and writer, Luc Floreani. Luc is from Alice Springs, Australia and has performed just about everywhere from Royal Albert Hall to Glastonbury festival. Luc was given the honour of being named Global Ambassador for the Prince’s Rainforest Project in 2009. He also wrote and sang the theme song for the Campaign in 2010. I believe we will be seeing and hearing a lot more from this multi-talented man.
Jonny Nash of Unseen TV UK is back in Sky’s Angels and this time he’s hanging out with Morris Chestnut, who played Ricky in “Boyz N the Hood” in 1991. Since then, Morris has been in films like “Under Siege 2” and “G.I. Jane”. In 1998, he won the Madden Bowl, and in 1999, he played a professional football player in “The Best Man”, which starred Taye Diggs and Nia Long. Morris is currently working on the t.v. show “V” and will soon be working on “The Best Man 2”. Jonny has some serious connections. I’m sure next month he’ll be hanging out with another A-list celeb.
Sky’s Angels Magazine had the pleasure of meeting the beautiful and talented Katie Owen, Gok Wan of TKD and 80’s legend, Cynthia Rothrock. Sky’s Angels was fortunate enough to interview Katie after her performance at the NEC Martial Arts Show. She was comfortable with this crowd because when she was 10, she began TKD. She goes on to describe her music as a mix of R&B and Pop. Katie now has a new single out called, “Wrong All Along”, which, like her other songs, was inspired by one of her real-life events. She also describes her brand as Christina (Aguilera) meets Pink because Christina is powerful and melodic, whereas Pink is sharper with attitude. Katie is a bit surprised that she is just as popular in the U.S. as she is in the U.K.
And, wow! Another article about the soulful musician, Keith Cullen. Right now, Keith’s debut song, “Losing My Way”, has over 33,000 YouTube views, and more songs are on the way as he is tirelessly recording for his album, “Step Into The Light” with his friend and producer, JJ Daly. It won’t be long before we are hearing much more from Keith. He is sure to be signed by a major lable very soon.
Solo artist, Joe Symes, is featured in this issue. On May 28th, Sky’s Angels writer, Chelsea Haden, saw Joe at The Sink in Liverpool. She describes him as friendly and thankful. Joe was a music teacher for 5 years and, on top of being quite talented on the drums, guitar, piano, and harmonica, he also writes his own songs. He has had incredible responses in countries like China, Iceland and Mexico, as well as New York here in the States. You will be hearing more from this talented musician, that’s for sure.
Next, we find Jay Cartere, a 17 year old rapper from North London. He describes his music as hip-hop with some hints of Jazz. As for his influences, he mentions Jay-Z and Lil Wayne. Jay writes his own songs, but he does admit to covering other artists who reflect his own style. He says his music stems from his every day life. With rap and hip-hop having such a strong presence in music these days, Jay Cartere will certainly make his way onto the scene due to his incredible talent.
Among fashion and accessory advice, there are also tips on beauty, make-up and style.
As is customary with Sky’s Angels Magazine, they are in full support of charity events. This time around it was a fund-raiser at Eight Towers Pub in Widnes, Cheshire. The attendees dressed in 1940’s military uniforms and even British comedian, Johnny Rocco, was there to support the cause.
Watch for more great content from Wayne Anthony, executive producer of Unseen TV UK. In this issue, Unseen TV UK is looking for a t.v. presenter. They are launching a course in television presentation. It’s intense and interactive. If you are interested in signing up for this course, and live in London, give it a try.
The Golden Ticket Game is still going strong. If you are a resident of the U.K. And are over the age of 16, take a chance and play the game. You might just win some great prizes.
Help for Heroes is still going strong as well. You can show your support of the British Military by attending their charity fashion show on July 8th at the Park View Suite in Chalkwell, Essex. All proceeds will go to Help for Heroes.
Issue #5 of Sky’s Angels Magazine is even bigger and better than before. It’s worth your time to subscribe and take a look at the new, and familiar, content. You won’t be disappointed by anything in this month’s issue.
Sky’s Angels Magazine is published on the 14th of every month.