STYLISH ARRIVAL: Living in Style Magazine editors Ashley Clark and Emily Prain with the inaugural issue, featuring a story on musician Matt Barker (inset), that will be inserted into tomorrow's NewsMail.
STYLISH ARRIVAL: Living in Style Magazine editors Ashley Clark and Emily Prain with the inaugural issue, featuring a story on musician Matt Barker (inset), that will be inserted into tomorrow's NewsMail. CRYSTAL JONES

Grab your Living in Style mag in tomorrow's paper

CANCEL all your plans for tomorrow, because the NewsMail certainly has a treat in store for you.

For in the pages of the Weekend Edition, you will find the first issue of Living in Style Magazine - a 24-page glossy publication celebrating Bundaberg and all things autumn.

Gracing the front cover of the inaugural issue is the lovely Emily Ramsey, enjoying a warming cup of coffee at one of the city's trendiest cafes, Indulge.

Speaking of, the woman behind the delicious flavours of the Bourbong St eatery, Amanda Hinds, features on P20 where Living in Style writers sit down with her and chat about what's being served this season as we enter the cooler months.

While the cool change is just around the corner, things are heating up on P21 where two of Bundaberg's most eligible bachelors, Paul and Damian, brave all to embrace singledom.

Living in Style editors Ashley Clark and Emily Prain received the magazines hot off the press yesterday and are thrilled to be bringing this type of editorial to both our old and new readers.

"While we don't want to give too much away, we believe the content and design directly reflects the autumn lifestyle we all enjoy living here in Bundaberg, and there is definitely something inside to satisfy all readers' interests."

"Being the inaugural issue, we are really keen to hear what our readers would like to see in the next edition, which will be winter themed."

Each edition will include unique stories ranging from a variety of subjects including health and fitness, travel, beauty and fashion, and finance.

Pages including artist profiles, top reads and musical reviews, horoscopes and a what's on calendar will be permanent features.

"This season's magazine we have been lucky enough to chat with one of Bundaberg's most successful musicians, Matthew Barker, who is busily preparing to launch his fourth independent EP on Sunday," the editorial team said.

"We look forward to profiling many more artists from around the region of all musical and artistic genres."

Stay tuned for the next issue which will be your guide to keeping the kilos off during the chilly months, how to beat the battle of dry skin and some tummy-warming winter recipes.



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