The media landscape has recently been enriched with a new magazine: beautiful. This quarterly meeting aims to spread winds of optimism by encouraging positive actions.
Saw Oct 19, 2022 posted beautiful, a unique medium with commendable content in this period of crises of all kinds. While traditional news channels constantly broadcast bad news, the magazine stands out as a counterpoint as a true crack of optimism good for morale. Over its ninety pages, the quarterly magazine intends “Take another look at what’s there.” To highlight the beauty that hides in everything and inspires in many ways.
A survey published last September by Jean Jaurès Foundation with Arte and Observatory of Society and Consumption He revealed that more than one in two French people suffer from information fatigue, which is also called disobedience. In the face of an overload, the brain will not be able to process the data it receives. Insomnia, anxiety, agoraphobia, insomnia, loss of concentration, invasive thoughts and addicted… Evils are many. Besides mental health, According to a recent study by Texas Tech UniversityHeavy dependence on the news will have harmful effects on our physical condition.
A new event not to be missed
” beautiful magazine He turns away from the constant information that carves our time to interview those who act, capture life’s promises, and reverse notions of superficiality. It also embodies the team reunion [celle de Grazia, magazine récemment racheté par le groupe Reworld Media, ndlr] who fought for his editorial independence. We believe in journalism that cultivates an offensive optimist.”reassures Charlotte Rudo, the editor-in-chief.
The first issue carries the evocative theme of “Tomorrow” – curated by philosopher Edgar Morin – giving the floor to several characters, all convinced of the benefits of positive initiatives. In a nutshell A social network springs to life in the heart of a New York laundry A Savoyard farm that drives the fashion mad world of Emma Bruschi The dishes of distinguished and committed chef Alexandre Gauthier A utopian cosmetics brand that seduced America The story of a Japanese bookstore that saved the book in Tokyo An interview with the singer and poet Patti Smith… Against the tide, this new magazine – Available at Fnac – has already established itself as a quarterly event not to be missed.