The Grace Tales founder, Georgie Abay, has gone back to her glossy magazine roots and launched the very first print edition of her digital publication, GRACE.
The 180 page magazine features beauty entrepreneur and mum-of-two, Zoë Foster Blake, on the cover and like its digital counterpart, is filled with inspirational parenting stories, fashion, beauty and lifestyle content.
"Magazines still have their place in the market and while we will never publish GRACE monthly, it will be a bi-annual print and digital product," Abay said of her aim for the physical magazine. "As someone who loves print and started her career in print, I couldn’t be more excited to finish the year with this exciting launch".
To celebrate the issue, Abay hosted a lunch at Sydney's Chiswick restaurant for supporters of the magazine. Click here to see the recap.
Before she started The Grace Tales, Abay was deputy editor and fashion features director at Vogue Australia. Since then, she has grown her business and its community globally, written a book – Grace Mothers – which is also stocked worldwide, and now launched her first print magazine.
Copies of GRACE Magazine will be distributed to all paying members and can be purchased at gracetales.com or in selected retailers.