Topshop's Digital Mag Is Totally Dreamy, Totally Shoppable

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    Think you've already racked through all September's best glossies? Think again. Topshop has released the latest issue of its biannual zine, and unlike the fashion editorials you see in the print, these stunning photos are all totally and instantly shoppable. The first digitally integrated magazine by one of our favorite high-street labels, this new edition comes packed with notable contributors to ensure that these pages are as stunning as they are safe from paper cuts.

    Some of the heavy-hitter collaborators include designer Sophia Webster, photographers Gus & Stella, the brand's own creative director Kate Phelan, and artist/illustrator Maison Stella, who's lent a special touch to the project with eye-popping and playful graphics. All together the results are, well, easy to see for yourself. The new Topshop zine is available as of today simply by downloading the free app, available on iTunes.

    But, before you completely submerge yourself in another captivating and too-pretty-to-look-away read, we have a peek at the cover and some of the photography you have to look forward to, including a '60s-inspired shoot called "Manhattan Miss" and self-styled feature by musical duo Say Lou Lou.

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