In a knowing bright pink pop, Season magazine acts as a riposte to male-dominated football publications by catering for women who love football, but love fashion too. There’s little else like it: the design is executed brilliantly by Natalie Doto, and the content carefully edited to reflect the needs of a market that’s been left largely wanting until now.
Season is the brainchild of editor-in-chief Felicia Pennant. She says: “Women like me who are into fashion and football are more common than you’d think. We are often overlooked or sexualised in the football landscape so I wanted to document and celebrate female fandom creatively.”
The first issue is fittingly themed The Female Fan, and features an interview with football fans Naoko Scintu, FKA twigs’ makeup artist, and British Vogue’s associate fashion editor Verity Parker. Throughout the mag, the photography and set design are second to none, brought to us by photographers Emily Rachel Rose, Claire Pepper, Patricia Karallis and Alina Negoita and set designers Isabel + Helen.
Another cute little bonus is a set of free stickers illustrated by Charlotte Trounce, whose work also features throughout Season’s pages, demonstrating that this isn’t just a mag for football fans, but one for those with a well-honed design sensibility, too.
- For Ginko Yang “drawing creates the same effects as a mental massage”
- Pop culture powerhouse Bryan Rivera's 2018 in graphic design
- Don't worry, be angry: how politics and creativity collided in 2018
- Maurice Andresen is reimagining Glasgow’s non-spaces as an ethereal world
- Vice magazine's creative team talks us through its new and unexpectedly different redesign
- Julia Falkner and Lorena Hydeman document boys playing with gender for the first time
- DIA channels NYC and gives Squarespace its signature kinetic treatment in brand refresh
- Laughing at the world of graphic design with Tracy Ma
- Pantone's Colour of the Year 2019 has been announced and it's... Living Coral!
- Alex Gamsu Jenkins’ comics remind us of how gross we really are
- The animated short giving Isle of Dogs a run for its money
- Caleb Halter's instinctual design practice produces considered and refined work