Fero’s Magazine is a bold new fashion publication centered on natural genetic beauty and accessibility. Fero’s content often features no makeup and minimal retouching, as well as accessibly sourced clothing ranging from aspiring designers and thrift stores to established labels and showrooms. Fero’s aims to empower aspiring and established artists to express themselves through fashion art.
Fero’s platform is scratch built and designed to provide simple and meaningful user experiences. Users can archive posts by favoriting them, which is also accessible in the account page. The platform also allows for purchasing of limited edition print material, as well as brand merchandise.
Fero’s online content consists of fashion and beauty web editorials, fashion video, interactive editorials, as well as celebrity and artist interviews. The content is driven towards providing an outlet for natural beauty and creative styling. Contributors will receive tear sheets of their published works.
Fero’s prints a large annual limited edition coffee table book. The print edition is a luxury 300 page hardbound book and consists of fashion and beauty editorials. Designed to elevate the space it inhibits, it becomes an essential conversation starter piece, and beautiful addition to any home. The book is only available in print as a limited edition product. No digital copies will be available of the print book. Contributors will receive tear sheets of their published works.
Fero’s visual language is bold, clear, and easily digestible. Copy is brief and to the point. Imagery is conscious, inclusive, and minimally retouched.
Tony holds more than 13 years of experience in the professional arts. He focuses on utilizing diverse art mediums to further explore various perspectives on expression and identity. In 2006 he first began working as a graphic and web designer for ad agencies and clients such as Nike and Urban Outfitters. After 6 years of front end development, he went on to work as an art director and composer in the video game industry, working directly with Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft. After his studies at The University of Texas at Austin in music, ethnomusicology, and arts and entertainment technologies, he began working full time as a fashion photographer. Since then he has travelled extensively developing new faces with the world’s top modeling agencies. His work has been published in numerous international and print distributed publications.
Tony is represented by Forge Artist Management.
Devin began her career 8 years ago when she attended Herron School of Art for graphic design. After spending a couple of years there, she became a photographer full time. While doing so, she connected with clients in the modeling industry, and was then asked to scout models for major agencies in New York. After some time, Devin started her own modeling agency, Mazza Models. In the last 5 years Mazza Models has produced some of the industries major new faces walking in shows like Prada, Hugo Boss, Philip Lim and more, as well as spreads in some of the words most prominent fashion magazines such as Numero Magazine, Vman, NYT, Gentleman Magazine and more. Devin continues her work scouting, developing and placing some of the world’s newest and biggest models.