GUESS Launches A Glossy Featuring Sun, Surf, & Jeans (Obviously)

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While you may have seen past issues of GUESS in print floating around, it's been eight long years since we've been graced with a new GUESS Journal. Lucky for us, the jean-iuses behind the label have reincarnated the glossy into GUESS Magazine, which features editorials, essays, and articles featuring the brand's nearest and dearest.
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The issue kicks off with a particularly enthusiastic note from creative director Paul Marciano, who took inspiration from his Tahitian heritage to create a magazine that will have you have you completely, devastatingly, wholly jealous of the lucky Guess-ians whose January was spent in the warm waters of the beautiful island. Each page rubs more (sea) salt into the wound, with articles on packing tips for a beachside adventure, a DIY for the perfect flag tank, hair-care secrets for mastering the unkempt wave, and a hit-list of local hangout spots in French Polynesia.
For those of us stuck with concrete beneath our feet, there's also fantastic spreads on pulling off denim on denim and dressing for a "vacay" at home with styling so good it almost makes our winter situation bearable. Look for the issue in GUESS stores around the country in mid-February.
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Photos: Courtesy of GUESS
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