Iconique Fashion Magazine on iPods: The Hot eZine Offers Fashion Editorials as Video Podcasts

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Iconique Fashion Magazine's founder Joost van Gorsel announces to launch his favorite fashion editorials as podcasts. Une Femme Sans Mythe by Richard Goldstein is the first iPod video to be available. With this new initiative, Iconique’s visitors will be able to take the animated fashion editorials with them and have their shot of style whenever and wherever they need it.

Iconique Fashion Magazine announces to launch its favorite fashion editorials as podcasts. Une Femme Sans Mythe by Richard Goldstein is the first iPod video to be available. With this new initiative, Iconique’s visitors will be able to take the animated fashion editorials by artist Joost van Gorsel with them and have their shot of style whenever and wherever they need it!

Iconique Fashion Magazine was founded by Joost van Gorsel (1980). Van Gorsel’s online international magazine premiered in the fall of 2000 and as such became his ‘art-laboratory’. The designer continues to experiment with new graphic dimensions and techniques. Over the years the website has grown into an international platform onto which creative minds show off their skills and has become a favorite among the internet’s fashion lovers.

Iconique’s animated fashion editorials are one of the most prominent and critically acclaimed features of the website. The editorials are visually stimulating animations by digital artist Van Gorsel, who combines visuals, music and fashion photography into a dazzling mix. The magazine reinforces its constant search for innovative and fresh ideas by introducing parts of its content to its visitors’ iPods. The new video iPod allows users to take music video content with them on the road.

The first podcast 'Une Femme Sans Mythe' is a sexy art and fashion feature with beautiful photography by Richard Goldstein. Richard Goldstein is a veteran creative with extensive credits in photography, music, film, and as an advertising and marketing creative.

Goldstein juggled a very busy schedule of photography and music assignments from the late 60’s through the 80’s, then retired from music to add film-making to his career path. He continued as a freelance photographer while producing a number of short films and documentaries. His last production to date, "Chambre 21", has screened at film festivals throughout the world, winning a variety of awards, and a semi-permanent exhibition at the National Museum in Vienna, Austria.

In the late 90’s, Goldstein began working as an advertising and marketing consultant to the fashion and entertainment industries, working behind the scenes with major and upstart brands worldwide. This consultancy spawned a hugely successful number of campaigns which Richard often shot, usually Creative Directed and always Art Directed.

He retired from consulting in 2004 to prepare a retrospective of his work exhibited at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is currently a semi-to-mostly-retired independent creative, taking on projects he finds compelling, advising in the career development of a few friends, and happily serving as a thorn in the side of the music, fashion and media establishment.

Joost van Gorsel is happy to collaborate with Richard Goldstein and once again proves that at Iconique.com ‘life is beautiful’!

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