2010 is the Year for the Mode Lifestyle

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Mode Lifestyle Magazine has really hit its stride in 2010. After a strong first year in Miami they continue to push forward despite the downward economic state. “Even with the economy in the state it is people want to maintain a certain lifestyle, as they should. It’s all about keeping things in balance, as long as everyone remembers to take care of their essentials first, cut back where necessary, and put aside something for the future, every person can find ways to enjoy themselves” states Mode Lifestyle Magazine’s President/Editor-In-Chief Alexander Michaels.

November/December 2009 Cover

With all the news about unhappy state of the economy in virtually every country, for some of our readers it is sometimes difficult to decide just how to and what to cut back on whilst maintaining an enjoyable lifestyle.

2010 is the year for Mode Lifestyle Magazine and its President / Editor-in-Chief Alexander Michaels. With the initial success of the Anniversary party and fashion show in November the ball has not stopped rolling in the Mode world. Mode Lifestyle Magazine has officially been released in the states and has been receiving nothing but rave reviews for its Nov/Dec 2009 edition. This is the last edition of Modes first year, which includes a compilation of its elegant covers from the entire first year as well as an overview of the awe inspiring Oslo fashion week. Photographed by Kine Frostmann Lien, Modes coverage of the event focused on Norwegian designer Leila Hafzi. Taking her inspiration from Mother Nature, Leila kept fabrics delicate and production environmentally friendly. With models that tiptoed down the runway barefoot, hemlines that swept the runways, and hair adorned with flowers combined with whimsical make up one could not help but fall in love with the dream like world Leila created in Oslo.

Also featured in the Nov/Dec 2009 edition was the much anticipated Mode Lifestyle Magazine Anniversary party and fashion show. The event was held in a luxury building in the Brickell area and featured Modes own Editor-In-Chief Alexander Michaels as official master of ceremonies for the show. The runway displayed models that were transformed into walking art with the Avant Garde designs by Le Dalit-Amanto and then were kept cocktail chic and ready for the beach with the trendy Marta Bali Collection.

In the Nov/Dec 2009 edition of Mode Lifestyle magazine Alexander Michaels mentioned the state of the economy and the effects it may have on current lifestyle decisions in his President’s Note, “With all the news about unhappy state of the economy in virtually every country, for some of our readers it is sometimes difficult to decide just how to and what to cut back on whilst maintaining an enjoyable lifestyle.” This leaves one to wonder what the effects have been on a magazine trying to establish its base in Miami during such “unhappy” economic times, when asked how the current state of the economy has affected Mode Lifestyle Magazines development Michaels smiles and says “Mode is continuing to grow strong, and with our unwavering aspiration to feature elegant editorials, inspiring articles, and constantly conveying our enthusiasm for fashion, it is easy to see how, even when times are tough, Mode Lifestyle magazine remains in demand for the affluent individual.”

Mode Lifestyle Magazine is currently full of activity toiling away on plans and preparations to host their official Miami Launch party in the coming months. They plan to make it an event to remember by featuring a fashion show at a hot spot in Miami which remains a currently undisclosed location. In attendance to this red carpet event will be the top movers and shakers of the Miami business and fashion elite. For updates and more information simply visit Mode Lifestyle Magazines website (http://www.modeliestylemagazine.com) to stay informed on all that is fashion and lifestyle.

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