Thursday, 29 August 2013

Iggy Azalea and Portis Wasp Cover Scotcampus This Month... Say Hello to The September Issue!

Iggy Azalea on Scotcampus September issue Cover

Gosh, I feel all kinds of silly now for crowning Interview magazine's saucy Supermodel issue the September issue champion.  Scotcampus magazine's newly-released September issue offering, whilst lacking in nipple, is by far the freshest creative offering to hit newsstands this month.*  

Let's start with the cut 'n paste Iggy Azalea cover.... Dead.  You know I love a cheeky bit of cut 'n paste but never have I seen Iggy work a cover better than this one.  It's almost like someone took one of Interview magazine's September issue covers and re-worked it completely from the ground up! 

Then there's me and my cheeky little column.  So, like, what have we been up to this month?  Well, seeing as it's the September issue I thought I'd get some friends involved and reached out to some super fun and clued-up London-based creatives that I know.  I had a question I needed answered and Alexis Knox, Nik Pate, Nik Thakkar and Neil O'Keeffe were all game to sit in my front row and chat fashion.  There's also a cheeky 5 questions with fashion photographer Darren Black, university chat straight from the archives (in my head) and a 9 inch sting I put together to help student's navigate their first week at University without any hiccups.  

Lastly, a big reveal...  Me and Nik Pate share the view that anyone worth your time must totally share a general love of dinosaurs.  *Giggles* 

To super-size my column click on the mini-me image below.  You will then find me on page 38 of the digital edition.

Portis Wasp featured in Scotcampus September issue

 * I don't think you'll find the new issue of Scotcampus on newsstands to be honest.  We are super exclusive!



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