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Magazine Subscription

KOL Social is a luxury magazine that leads in global consumer trends, spotlights emerging innovations, and embraces diverse multi-ethnic perspectives. It features stunning photography, compelling stories, reviews, and insightful commentary. For bulk orders, go here. The magazine subscription includes: 4 Issues A Year: Don’t miss a single edition. Free P&P (Limited time only) Web Edition Access: Convenient access to the digital version of magazine – no app needed Automatic Entry

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Institutional Subscription

Print editions and site licences for your institutional subscription. An institutional subscription is offered in print, online, and combined formats to accommodate institutions of any scale, including non-profit organisations, educational bodies, and corporations. KOL Social is a luxury magazine, leading in global consumer trends, spotlighting emerging innovations & embracing diverse multi-ethnic perspectives. Stunning photography, compelling stories, reviews, & insightful commentary. Institutional subscription includes: 4 Issues A Year: Don't miss a single

Volume 6: Community Issue

KOL Social 's community issue presents an alternative photographic view of the world and includes features on scarifications and the pain of cultural appropriation; challenges on notions of identity; actress Nina Toussaint-White on how BLM has sparked tough conversations; an interview with Brixton’s award-winning writer, Alex Wheatle MBE; a report on the plight of asylum seekers in Calais and details of how authoritarian regimes across Asia are being confronted by

Volume 9: Privilege Issue

Highlights -Explore Ghana's world-class street-fighting scene in Boxing Factory and discover how ancient tradition is defended in modern Mexico in Guardians of the Land. We're also talking mouth jewellery in Everybody Grills, and make sure to attend our exclusive interview with Gina Yashere, who zooms in from sunny LA. Plus, get a glimpse into Tokyo, the megacity that always keeps going. Our KOL Social Directory is a curated showcase of

Volume 8: Freedom Issue

Highlights - Join us for an exclusive interview with Chronixx as he opens up about his part in Jamaica's reggae revival. Director Peter Murimi's new film offers an intimate portrayal of being gay in Kenya. We're also looking at Africa's grassroots surfing community in Crest of a Wave and exploring Botswana's mineral and ecological riches in Destination Diamonds. Then, prepare some food for thought as we explore how restaurateurs worldwide

The Conservation Issue 4

Highlights: The Conservation issue sheds light on the impact of money and labels on our environment and society. Kofi Owusu Bempah, the co-founder of PASH Global, discusses how he combines his legal and cultural background to empower developing countries through social investing. Asifa Lahore, Britain's first out Muslim drag queen, shares her perspective on being her authentic self while navigating the challenges of labels used to define her identity. The issue

The Identity Issue 5

Highlights - Theme: Identity. We delve into the rich history of yoga and its twisted heritage, providing a fresh perspective on this ancient art form. Additionally, we challenge traditional notions of English heritage and promote diversity and inclusivity. Are you looking to enhance your makeup skills? Our magazine has got you covered! Our latest issue features an in-depth tutorial on contouring like a pro with expert tips and product recommendations.

Volume 7: Access Issue

Access - Outspoken activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu shares her insights on the fight against white supremacy, while artist Emeka Ogboh leads a repatriation campaign. Director Desmond Ovbiagele shares the harrowing story of how the production crew of his Oscar-nominated film almost got executed. Plus, we're calling out social media influencers for exploiting local communities. Meet Musa Motha, a talented young amputee dancer, on our front cover. Award-winning photographer James Fisher offers stunning photographs and insights into the Maasai tribe.

Volume 13: Influence

Highlights - Follow us to Barbados and discover eco-tourism opportunities that will leave you in awe. Join us in celebrating Angela Ferreira's blazing success in UK TV and Stephen C. Byrd's theatre royalty status. Immerse yourself in the artwork of Yermine Richardson and discover the powerful world of Bolivia's all-female wrestlers in The Good Fight. Uncover the complexities of the Japanese schoolgirl industry, and remember to check out our KOL

Volume 10: Create Issue

Highlights -  Join us as we explore the Beats and the powerful message of Black History through the music of singer Amethyst. Discover the stunning artwork of Zeh Palito, and how she elevates marginalised communities in our feature, In Living Colour. Plus, join us at the UK Premiere of African Redemption: The Life and Legacy of Marcus Garvey, a KOL Social Event in collaboration with BFI Southbank. Our feature, The

Volume 14: Disruptors

Highlights Welcome to issue 14, focused on the theme of "Disruptors". In this issue, we delve into the world of underwater exploration and hear from storyteller Tara Roberts on her journey to uncover the secrets of slave ships. We also shift our gaze to photojournalist Daniella Zalcman and her unique perspective on photojournalism. Join us on a journey to the aqueous city of Ganvie and discover the top 10 Black

The Black History Month Issue 1

Highlights: The Black History Month Issue. We kick-start with Magical Bones, aka Richard Essien, as our cover story. He talks about his breakdancing magic on page 26. Black History Month, however, and the celebration of Black achievement should not and will not end at the close of the month. Without money and opportunities firmly rooted in the communities, there is no power. Black-owned businesses mean financial freedom and are essential

The Future Issue 3

Highlights: This month, our collective of entrepreneurs share editorial space with two critical leaders of ‘blue ocean’ businesses. Percy Miller, aka Master P, outlines his blueprint for success whilst Olivier Laouchez, Founder of multimedia brand Trace, headlines in our business section. Both are great examples of how a minority-owned business could leverage unique differences and talents to identify untapped market spaces. Moreover, they may inspire more mainstream organisations to use the

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Directory Subscription

Enhance your brand's presence with directory listings in KOL Social print & digital magazine. Listings boost sales, & raises awareness of your brand to new, targeting audiences. For more stats & info, request Media Kit Benefits: 100-word Description: About your business & website details. Reach: Over 1000 outlets & a global readership of 42K. Featured Listings Available:  Quarter-page ad plus image. We are offering the following discounted subscription options: 1

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The Colour Issue 2

Autumn is the perfect time for the Colour Issue. However, the focus is not only on colour but on people of colour. The issue addresses the issue of labels such as Black, Brown, BAME, and POC and the potential offence caused by these terms. While the term POC can exclude non-Afro-Caribbean individuals, it also offers a sense of solidarity among non-white individuals and acknowledges their shared experiences of discrimination. The

Volume 11: Black Earth

Highlights - Join us as we explore Julian Lennon's transformative visit to Colombia's Kogi tribe and discover why it's an experience he'll never forget in Putting the Planet First. Actress Kathryn Drysdale shares her thoughts on race, royals, and rites of passage in Bridging the Gap, while marine biologist Diva Amon takes us on a Deep Dive to understand why we must protect our planet. Our Up Close and Personal

Volume 15: Giving

Order your copy of Volume 15 "Giving", now. Highlights: Got To Have Faith: Exploring the universal quest for meaning Social Power: BFI film season celebrates Harry Belafonte Farm And Fortune: Investor's groundbreaking work in rural England Single Minded: Jewellery Designer Emefa Cole's Ethical Revolution  The Gift Edit: Insightful ideas for seasonal gifting

Volume 12: The Outsiders

Highlights - Theme: Outsiders: Join us as we explore the powerful insights of activist Sophie Williams in Beware the Glass Cliff. Delve into the Black Food Movement and discover the delicious ways it is changing the culinary world. Get an exclusive interview with the talented US-Asian artist Yowshien Kuo and explore the harsh reality of Quranic schools in our Feature section. And that's just the beginning! Our Travel feature takes

Volume 16 [PREORDER]

Order in advance to secure your copy of KOL Social Volume 16 in June 2023. Alternatively, Subscribe today to enjoy complimentary post and packaging (individual orders only). Some highlights: The Next Frontier: What changes are on the horizon, and how will they reshape our world? Beneath the Surface: What is the cost of progress? Green Horizons: What innovations promise a more sustainable future? Economic Currents: A closer look at emerging trends.   

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