Creative Review creativereview.co.uk 11 Jun, 2021 13:30 am

THIIIRD magazine embraces the intersectionality of identity

THIIIRD magazine embraces the intersectionality of identity
We speak to founder Rhona Ezuma about the publication’s mission to amplify underrepresented voices and the making of its latest issue, Defiant Beauty.

Good Reads: Thiiird magazine embraces the intersectionality of identity We speak to founder and editor-in-chief Rhona Ezuma about the publication’s mission to amplify underrepresented voices and the making of its latest issue, Defiant Beauty Rhona Ezuma has always been fascinated with the art of storytelling.Defiant Beauty cover star Poppy Ajudha (Photo: Amelia Karlsen) It was after her first year of freelancing as a stylist that the idea for Thiiird started to form in Ezuma’s mind.” Defiant Beauty cover star Kelechi Okafor (Photo: Emily Nkanga) Each issue of the magazine starts off with a theme that aims to say something about the times we are living in, while the content inside its pages ranges from fashion editorials and interviews to personal writing and poetry.Its latest issue, Defiant Beauty, aims to explore beauty in a way that challenges the idea of an ideal or standard.

Defiant Beauty cover star Alok V Menon (Photo: Nicole Ngaise) Now five issues in, and having survived a pandemic, Ezuma would love to see Thiiird keep on evolving beyond its existing remit of the print magazine, podcast and series of events.” The Defiant Beauty issue is available now from here ; @thiiirdmagazine

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