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Edited by on October 23 2008 at 3:58 PM

Not So Prim and Proper

Not So Prim and ProperNot So Prim and Proper

Not So Prim and Proper

Not So Prim and ProperWhile lurking through the profiles of our newest site and social network next.fashionindie, we came across possibly the coolest “barely legal” profile user on the face of the earth (besides me of course). Ladies and Gentlemen, meet fourteen year old New Yorker, Kristin Prim, creator and editor of her very own fashion magazine, Prim Magazine. I flipped through the online version of her newest issue and basically decided that this girl is my hero. Pages upon pages of awesome underground fashion designers, Sartorialist-esque fashion inspirations, edgy editorials, music interviews and film reviews are just some of the things waiting to be read in Prim Magazine. Who doesn’t love a rebellious teen that makes Nylon Magazine look mainstream? 

Enough of my interpretation of the magazine…let’s take a look at what Prim has to say herself:

We don’t know about you, but seeing talentless celebrities on the covers of magazines is getting old. 
Get some real talent out. 
Mix it up; take the undiscovered and make them visible. 
Give them a voice. 
Cover real things that matter and not just babbling celebs speaking about how drunk they were when they did that little dance on the table that fed a million bucks to hungry paparazzi. 
Let real talent shine and thrive. 
And make it good. 

 

This girl is going places and I’ll be able to say is “I was friends with her on fashionindie.ning.com when…” (sigh). 

 

Check out Prim Magazine here! You won’t regret it.

Story by Kirby Marzec

Dior, Not War.