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Zipped launches website to cover fashion news
Zipped, the only fashion-focused print magazine on the Syracuse University campus, has announced the launch of a website and a blog, which are now live at http://www.zippedmagazine.com. The site is a continuation of the print magazine, which identifies trends on campus, provides fashion news, discusses issues within the fashion and beauty industry, and explores the Syracuse fashion community.
“We are very excited about the launch and hope that the Syracuse University students, faculty and community will enjoy the online component of Zipped,” says Christine Robertson, editor in chief of Zipped.
The student-designed website offers users four sections: News, which discusses happenings within the fashion and beauty industry; Features, which includes stories on everything from vintage fashion in Syracuse to the emerging trend of fast fashion stores; Zipped Tips, which provides beauty and fashion advice; and Galleries, which showcases images of the latest Zipped photo shoots.
In addition, articles from the print issue can be found on the website. Visitors will find the visual aspect of the site, which is similar to the print version of the magazine, to be creative and engaging.
Zipped is an entirely student-run fashion and beauty-based print magazine that reaches college-aged males and females on the SU campus. Known for identifying and highlighting trends on campus, providing the latest news on fashion, touching on critical issues within the fashion and beauty industry, and exploring international industry happenings and trends, and the impact on SU students, Zipped is a forward-looking student publication that provides a medium for the fashion-minded population at SU.