Please send submissions in PDF format to email@example.com before the final submission deadline. Please make the subject of your email: ” Fashion Push Submission.” We will not download WeTransfer or Dropbox files in the submission phase.
You are free to interpret this theme in anyway you like.
You can submit anything you’d love to see featured in editorial style.
Check our Pinterest if you like.
We will accept what fits our style.
Young, fresh like-mindend artists that push society’s boundaries.
We like urban wanderers, nomads, gypsies, bad rockstars, runaway brides or streetwear for the cool kids only.
All submissions don’t have to be unpublished.
It’s also not necessary to have several outfits. We do however like to have as much variation as possible.
We accept a minimum of 5 successful editorial images up to a max of 8 but you’re free to send more than that.
Please include all team credits. (Websites + social media) & name of the editorial.
Submissions will be accepted or declined as they come in.
We receive a huge amount of emails every day and try our very best to reply to everyone.
Sadly though, it is difficult to do so. If you do not hear back from us within four weeks,
please take this as an unsuccessful submission, but do not feel that you cannot submit again at a later date.
If your work is accepted, please send us high resolution files via WeTransfer.
The images must all be clear of text or graphics, unless otherwise stated.
We hold the right to drop editorials if they no longer fit the magazine.
Please do not send us WeTransfer links or Dropbox files until your submission has been accepted. We will not view your submission. Send us low resolution images in your email, or a PDF.
Final image files are required in CMYK at 300 dpi minimum.
Fashion Push wants to be able to protect its artists and give them a clear understanding of the terms and conditions of submitting work to the magazine.
Therefore when any work is accepted to be featured in the magazine, a ‘rights to use’ contract will be signed by Marleen zoë and the artist in question.
The copyright of your work will ALWAYS remain yours.
Model release forms will be required for every editorial that gets accepted.