[in]fluir is a magazine that primarily focuses on fashion, but the team conducted extensive market research and decided to infuse a cultural bias into the content. the designers leveraged the typography style commonly found in the fashion industry and utilized powerful imagery to create a publication that offers a rich, historical perspective.
the result is a magazine that blends fashion and culture seamlessly, providing readers with a unique and compelling take on the subject. the [in]fluir team's dedication and attention to detail are evident in every aspect of the magazine, making it a must-read for anyone interested in the intersection of fashion and culture.
in this project, my main function was to create a strong and coherent editorial design style, but the whole team worked collaboratively on the project, including texts, images, photographs, and illustrations to create a cohesive and visually engaging publication.
created by camilla velloso, beatriz ruette, pedro mitre, henrique pinto and valentina ribeiro
oriented by marise de chirico

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