• Est Magazine.

    Posted on 17th August, by Dana Tomić Hughes in online + print. 2 Comments


    Ok, so I wanted to tell you a little bit about a brilliant new Australian online magazine called Est. And when I say brilliant, I mean brilliant. Est Magazine received 2.5 million page views within weeks of launching their first issue. Wowee! For those of you who aren’t up to speed with page views and stuff, that is A WHOLE LOT OF page views man!

    Their second issue was out just last Friday (12th August) and, if your fancy is tickled by my little selection of images, I urge you to take a closer look by clicking here. You can also subscribe for FREE!

    For this issue, Est has collaborated with acclaimed photographers, stylists and trend spotters from around the globe to produce a stunning selection of homes, fashion, restaurants and destinations.

    They even talk about an issue very close to my heart – Real or Replica – educating readers on how to spot a real CH 24 Wishbone Chair. Amen to that!



    But wait, there’s MORE! Ok, so no free set of steak knives but I am just as excited. The lovely Sian MacPherson, who is the Editor in Chief of Est, kindly included yellowtrace in her Blog Love section. See image above – hooray! Below, in my signature mega-ghay style, is a zoomed in version so you guys can read it. Isn’t that just lovely? Thank you Sian!

    And the best part is that I was mentioned alongside two other blogs I absolutely love – Simple Blueprint and Busy Being Fabulous. How excellent is that? Very!

    x dana

  • 2 Responses to “Est Magazine.”

    1. Sal says:

      Love Est – thank you for introducing me to it! And congratulations on being included in the Blog Love section. It really is no surprise…

    2. Gemma says:

      Whoo!! Way to go Dana!! Am going to jump online now… x

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