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VegNews Magazine

September/October 2018
Magazine

The premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, VegNews is packed with the latest recipes, news, health information, events, products, must-read books, interviews, and so much more. In addition to its award-winning publication, the vegetarian media company also produces VegNews.com along with a collection of popular e-newsletters, blogs, events, and vacations.

Food Crush

Trending Vegan • As someone whose job it is to stay on top of all-things vegan, it seems like there is a groundbreaking product launching almost daily. Here’s a sneak peek of some of the stories you’ll find in this very issue …

yoursay • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS

contributors

vegnow • FOOD / HEALTH / ENVIRONMENT / ANIMALS / BUZZ

FOOD+HEALTH/now

ENVIRONMENT+ANIMALS/now

buzznow • 10 THINGS WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE / READ / DO

Food Politics

Booker’s Bites

THE VEGNEWS A to Z GUIDE TO VEGAN BRUNCH • Is there any meal more anticipated than brunch? Sweet stacks of pancakes, burritos as big as your head, and not to mention, mimosas! We’re taking the guesswork out of everyone’s favorite weekend indulgence with our ultimate guide to all-things brunch. Trust us: you’ll never be more happy to roll out of bed on a Sunday morning.

BURGER REVOLUTION • From drive-thrus to fast-casual eateries, restaurants everywhere are going plant-based. Buckle up as author Mark Hawthorne explores the fastest-growing trend in convenience eating.

EVERYWHERE EATS • For many, meatless restaurants aren’t always just around the corner—not yet, anyway. But plant-based meals can be hacked from popular non-vegan restaurants with a little know-how.

STAR STYLE

HOLLYWOOD CASUAL • Exuding an effortless, casual-chic vibe is a whole lot easier when your equally famous sister owns a vegan fashion label, but even without Rooney’s support, Kate Mara serves some serious subdued glamour. Whether out walking the dog or doing the PR circuit for her new show Pose, she always looks comfortable and self-assured, and we could all use some of that!

FLUID FASHIONISTA • You loathe frou-frou but love high-end fashion, covet comfort and crave quality. Ruby Rose feels you, and we’re feeling Ruby Rose. Though known best as inmate Stella Carlin in Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black, the Australian actress deserves the sartorial equivalent of an Emmy for seamlessly transitioning from dressed-down, daytime androgyny to ultra-femme, red-carpet chic. Lifting looks from her style portfolio means diversifying your wardrobe with tomboy trousers, sporty trainers, and comfy sweatshirts—and a no-frills ballgown or two for those glamorous nights among the stars.

YOUNG + FRESH • Is landing a multi-album recording contract and opening for Beyoncé on your bucket list? Singer-songwriter sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey of Chloe x Halle have been there and done that, so mimic their young, spirited style and some of that mojo might rub off on you. For maximum appeal, opt for fun colors, fabrics that move, and trendy shapes. And, in this case, talent by the bucket-full is your best accessory.

HE-CHIC • After a successful run on TV shows like American Gothic and Life Sentence, British actor Elliot Knight is adding another title to his impressive resume: vegan lifestyle ambassador. His social media feeds are an homage to refined he-chic, brimming with polished, unfettered style. The looks can be yours with a little study, but nailing the English accent might require extra work.

HIP MOM • Just because you’re a new parent doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style, and Kat Von D is Exhibit A. Her hip-mom look melds old-school goth and 21stcentury glam, and she knows how to rock comfort without looking frumpy. To steal the makeup mogul’s moody style, go heavy on the accessories and default to black or red. Tattoos...


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 84 Publisher: VegNews Edition: September/October 2018

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: August 17, 2018

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

The premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, VegNews is packed with the latest recipes, news, health information, events, products, must-read books, interviews, and so much more. In addition to its award-winning publication, the vegetarian media company also produces VegNews.com along with a collection of popular e-newsletters, blogs, events, and vacations.

Food Crush

Trending Vegan • As someone whose job it is to stay on top of all-things vegan, it seems like there is a groundbreaking product launching almost daily. Here’s a sneak peek of some of the stories you’ll find in this very issue …

yoursay • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS

contributors

vegnow • FOOD / HEALTH / ENVIRONMENT / ANIMALS / BUZZ

FOOD+HEALTH/now

ENVIRONMENT+ANIMALS/now

buzznow • 10 THINGS WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE / READ / DO

Food Politics

Booker’s Bites

THE VEGNEWS A to Z GUIDE TO VEGAN BRUNCH • Is there any meal more anticipated than brunch? Sweet stacks of pancakes, burritos as big as your head, and not to mention, mimosas! We’re taking the guesswork out of everyone’s favorite weekend indulgence with our ultimate guide to all-things brunch. Trust us: you’ll never be more happy to roll out of bed on a Sunday morning.

BURGER REVOLUTION • From drive-thrus to fast-casual eateries, restaurants everywhere are going plant-based. Buckle up as author Mark Hawthorne explores the fastest-growing trend in convenience eating.

EVERYWHERE EATS • For many, meatless restaurants aren’t always just around the corner—not yet, anyway. But plant-based meals can be hacked from popular non-vegan restaurants with a little know-how.

STAR STYLE

HOLLYWOOD CASUAL • Exuding an effortless, casual-chic vibe is a whole lot easier when your equally famous sister owns a vegan fashion label, but even without Rooney’s support, Kate Mara serves some serious subdued glamour. Whether out walking the dog or doing the PR circuit for her new show Pose, she always looks comfortable and self-assured, and we could all use some of that!

FLUID FASHIONISTA • You loathe frou-frou but love high-end fashion, covet comfort and crave quality. Ruby Rose feels you, and we’re feeling Ruby Rose. Though known best as inmate Stella Carlin in Netflix’s Orange Is The New Black, the Australian actress deserves the sartorial equivalent of an Emmy for seamlessly transitioning from dressed-down, daytime androgyny to ultra-femme, red-carpet chic. Lifting looks from her style portfolio means diversifying your wardrobe with tomboy trousers, sporty trainers, and comfy sweatshirts—and a no-frills ballgown or two for those glamorous nights among the stars.

YOUNG + FRESH • Is landing a multi-album recording contract and opening for Beyoncé on your bucket list? Singer-songwriter sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey of Chloe x Halle have been there and done that, so mimic their young, spirited style and some of that mojo might rub off on you. For maximum appeal, opt for fun colors, fabrics that move, and trendy shapes. And, in this case, talent by the bucket-full is your best accessory.

HE-CHIC • After a successful run on TV shows like American Gothic and Life Sentence, British actor Elliot Knight is adding another title to his impressive resume: vegan lifestyle ambassador. His social media feeds are an homage to refined he-chic, brimming with polished, unfettered style. The looks can be yours with a little study, but nailing the English accent might require extra work.

HIP MOM • Just because you’re a new parent doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style, and Kat Von D is Exhibit A. Her hip-mom look melds old-school goth and 21stcentury glam, and she knows how to rock comfort without looking frumpy. To steal the makeup mogul’s moody style, go heavy on the accessories and default to black or red. Tattoos...


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