Mission Magazine, the first-ever digital fashion philanthropic magazine and media brand, has just unveiled its inaugural issue with cover star Tina Brown. Refresher: Mission was founded by former stylist Karina Givargisoff, who worked at The Face. Every six months, Mission focuses on a different charity and cause. The theme for its first go-around? Women of Empowerment, and Brown couldn’t be a better-suited cover star. “Going to the Women in The World Summit in April 2016 was a very powerful experience for me,” Givargisoff told The Daily. “It changed the course of direction for our launch issue, empowering women. Little did I know last spring how intuitive that decision would be. So it made complete sense to have Tina Brown on the cover. We had come full circle.”
The 439-page issue spans an array of content spotlighting power women, such as a #WomenofEmpowerment portfolio starring Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Ellen Degeneres, Iris Apfel, Jane Fonda, and more, a speech by Gloria Steinem in Washington, a video interview with Diane von Furstenberg, and additional interviews with Ali Hewson of Edun, Mary McCartney, Thelma Golden, Cindy Gallop, and Daniela Vitale. Plus, don’t forget the cover story with Brown, who was lensed for the glossy by Brigitte Lacombe.
Mission will sit on the website missionmag.org and is available for $6, with $1 from each sale benefitting a designated charity. Check out the video, below, to get a taste of the content.