A season of life and style
Established in 2010, PHOENIX is a style and culture magazine for free-thinking modern women, and all those who find themselves here.
The print edition has been on a temporary hiatus while the pandemic has been raging across the world. It will return soon, risen from the ashes, transformed into something new and beautiful.
Prior to the pandemic, the 300 plus page biannual print magazine was printed and sold here in the UK, and distributed across Austria, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Spain, Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States.
The monthly digital content hosted on our website brings you each month’s most unique and diverse trends, products, events and ideas – the stuff that you simply won’t find in the big mag brands. We cover exclusive interviews, trends, fashion shoots, style ideas, prose features, beauty must-haves, counter-culture discussion, philosophy, art, music, books, film and travel.
Free and instantly accessible on your browser, we believe in generating a curated selection of quality content written by writers who are passionate about their craft, and image makers who are the top of their field.
We have enough stuff; we just want the stuff we have to be better made. We never have enough time; we want the time we do have to be spent in more original and rewarding ways. Based in the heart of London but internationally minded, PHOENIX is underpinned by a commitment to slow journalism, slow fashion and ethical business.
About Hannah Kane, Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Hannah Kane studied LLB Law at Oxford Brookes University, followed by a Postgraduate course at the London College of Fashion where she now holds the post of Associate Lecturer, teaching on courses such as BA Fashion Journalism, MA Strategic Fashion Marketing, and BA Design Management.
She consults on strategic marketing, branding, communications and public relations for fashion, lifestyle and culture clients via her agency Hack Media Ltd.
Her debut non-fiction book on style will be published by Quercus in Autumn 2023.