Welcome. This week we launched our brand new travel site www.clientvoyage.com which will be followed by a stunning print edition in October this year.
CLIENT VOYAGE is an authentic travel magazine created by Ian Cole. We will be sharing our own brand of original photography and editorial style, that will encompass curated photo-diaries and photo-essays of field trips, City guides, luxury design & boutique hotels and interviews with interesting people from the locale.
The magazine is aimed at men and women who love to travel, are design conscious and keen to explore. As a descendant of CLIENT Magazine, the unconventional British menswear magazine founded in 2010, CLIENT VOYAGE will follow the same ethos of authenticity and be a producer and purveyor of rich travel content. With a clean design aesthetic recognised throughout its digital platforms and the print issue, CLIENT VOYAGE will offer an appealing alternative to travel magazines currently on the market.
Due to the burgeoning priority of digital platforms and social media, we have developed a multi-platform approach for our content. The digital platforms will include an independent travel website, a travel section on CLIENT’s main fashion site, and we will focus on three social media platforms; Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. Here we will develop our own brand of travel content with a focus on hotels, food & drink, travel tailoring, travel technology, beauty, resort guides, spa’s plus editorial spreads as featured in the print edition of CLIENT VOYAGE. The magazine will release bi-annually in both hardback and soft-back formats, with domestic & trade subscriptions available. Various prints & posters will also be available from our library. Join our mailing list for news & special offers.
The digital platforms will give us much more flexibility with content and allow us to be reactive to news, trends and consumer interest. Despite this technology, one of our primary objectives is much more primitive – to inspire others to create memories and inspire feelings of nostalgia.
All images (c) Ian Cole