Welcome to Myssfit Magazine, the ultimate publication for alternative style enthusiasts! We're all about celebrating creativity and diversity, and our pages are a reflection of the unique and unconventional minds of our contributors. From photographers and writers to models and makeup artists, we bring together a community of free thinkers, trendsetters, and boundary pushers who embrace the "ALL" in alternative.
At Myssfit Magazine, we pride ourselves on being an inclusive platform that welcomes submissions from everyone, regardless of gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or ink status. We believe that creativity knows no bounds, and we're dedicated to showcasing the most innovative and cutting-edge works from around the world.
So if you're a creator with a passion for alternative style and a drive to push the boundaries of convention, we invite you to submit your work to Myssfit Magazine. Join our vibrant community and let your unique voice be heard!
As a high school student, I explored my passion for creativity and design in my Web and Graphic Design class, constantly striving to create something unique and impactful. While I dreamed of running my own business, I also wanted to make a positive impact on others and provide a safe space where everyone felt accepted and valued. However, it wasn't until 2017 that I had my "EUREKA!" moment.
In late 2017, I discovered my passion for modeling, which not only boosted my self-esteem and confidence but also introduced me to like-minded individuals in the photography community. It was then that I realized I could combine all of my passions - design, modeling, and community-building - into one brand: Myssfit.
Myssfit is more than just a brand - it's a celebration of individuality, creativity, and acceptance. Through Myssfit MagazineLLC, I hope to make everyone feel loved, celebrated, and valued, regardless of their background, gender, or appearance. I believe that everyone has the right to express themselves freely and authentically, and I am committed to creating a safe and inclusive space where everyone can do just that.
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Photographer: Vince Falconer