gang of like-minded individuals
Goldie magazine crew walking down a street in London

We (Rebecca and Weef) are happy to admit to loving clothes. We have lots. We don’t need an excuse to dress up or if needs-be to stay in our dressing gowns.

GOLDIE magazine isn’t a fashion glossy – but we will be sharing our love of fashion in all kinds of ways. We believe that diversity encompasses all viewpoints; we are not going to be telling one side of the fashion story. We are champions of sustainable fashion, we love luxury, we can’t pass a charity shop without going in, we love new labels and heritage brands. We don’t feel that it is necessary to separate clothes by gender, age, size or culture.

So there you have it  – the GOLDIE magazine fashion manifesto.

GOLDIE magazine (R) has features connect directly with the over 40s thrilling generation’s lifestyle; from fashion, art and culture, to hard-hitting editorial about the challenges we all face. Style, travel, music, wellbeing – these are all a big part of the GOLDIE magazine readers life, as is eating out, entertainment and dancing: you guys know how to have a good time and GOLDIE magazine wants to show the world how with dynamic and inspiring content that speaks of the things you care about. We are more than just a magazine – although that is our main focus ‘cause we really love print – we are a community of like-minded creative and caring individuals who want to change the world dressed in our glad-rags. GOLDIE magazine will make you laugh, make you think and may make you cry – we don’t shy away from talking about the difficult stuff; there may well be times when you will sense that we are all in this together, perhaps even epiphanies. We don’t think you will like everything we print but we know you are all open-minded enough to enjoy reading about stuff that makes you see another point of view.