Super Super Magazine & Fourholes
Super Super Magazine waved their dayglo wand over the Margin London Magazine Lounge in August 2007. Visiting buyers and press were able to step into the world of Super Super as if stepping into one of the magazines spreads.
SuperSuper Magazine have revitalised the London music and fashion scene since their launch with some comparing the excitement of the issues to the early days of i-D and The Face. With a thriving music and club scene to back up the fashion, the movement is less a stylistic exercise and more a way of London life.
With Smileys set to replace the ubiquitous “Skull & Crossbones”, Margin was pleased to welcome Super Super to the show and introduce the publication to a wide range of international and UK buyers yet to unearth the fluoro delights of the magazine.
Launched in August 2007, new label Fourholes exhibited at Margin London and decorated the Gallery Area with their unique Surf art installation.
Fourholes is a new brand created by Brian Macshane who was the Brand Manager at Mambo for eight years previously. Consisting of logo & graphic based jersey and fleece items with denim and knitwear, Fourholes references a more innocent era of pre-sponsorhip surfing before the grassroots passion for the ocean was replaced with corporate team members.
Fourholes is about having to buy your own board and not having one presented to you by a sponsor or having your airfare paid for to chase an epic southerly swell.