Magazine Themes

The theme for our first print will be all about Luxury, style and art.


“Luxury Edition” Print Issue
The theme is amenable.
We LOVE edgy. We LOVE colour. We LOVE out of the box.
Show us how you envision one or all of those things.

We also have an ongoing content release on our digital platform that will include Video and content for that is a bit more flexible. We welcome short films, music, artistic and informational videos including travel and lifestyle as well as product reviews. Content will be released every day and integrated into our social media global release.

Deadline: January 15th 2018
Send submissions to:

Fashion Collective London Magazine plans to publish four issues each year. The submission period for each will be different. Please submit material for each only during the relevant submission period and be sure to have read the guidelines and studied the themes to ensure that your submission meets our requirements.

Terms for print issues

Send submissions to:

– Submissions WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED if they were/are already posted on the internet for our print issues.
We are only accepting unpublished work !

– You must be the copyright owner of the submitted images. In most cases, we will need an email and signed a release from the photographer.

– If your images are accepted by Fashion Collective London Magazine to be published in an upcoming issue, you may not publish them online before us


– Submissions should not have already been published in another magazines print or web issues.

– You must be the copyright owner of the submitted images.

– In your email to us, please state that you are submitting your editorial for our ‘Online Editorial’ area.

– We accept fashion, beauty, lifestyles and travel editorials for our online editorials.

– 6-10 images for beauty editorials

– 10-20 images for fashion & beauty editorials

– Resolution : 72 Dpi minimum to submit,
but we will require 300 dpi for publishing if possible.

– Acceptable File Formats :
jpg or pdf are fine. Links to images in a Dropbox, or other albums, is also fine.
No wetransfer zip folders or any other type of zip folders for reviewing your editorial !!

– Title of Editorial

Send submissions to:

– We will be accepting videos, fashion films, behind the scenes, etc….
We love BTS clips, fashion films and videos.

If your submission is accepted, your BTS or Fashion
film content will be shared on the FC London website.
Or, if you shot a fashion film and are looking for a place to showcase it, feel free to submit it to us.

Send submissions to:

We are always seeking talented writers for our magazine as well as for our online website and blog.
Whether it’s a personal article or an interview with another talented artist, designer, etc.

– Format type: .doc
– Article Name
– Minimum of 300 words

Pull Letters
Send to:

– We will only provide pull letters for commissioned shoots.

– **Note that upon gaining a pull letter, it still does not guarantee the publishing of your editorial.


– Do photographer contributors get a free copy of the magazine?

Photographers who are accepted into an issue, do receive a complimentary copy from us.
We are happy you chose Fashion Collective London to display your fabulous imagery !!

– How many issues are there per year?
As of 2018 there are 4 issue per year.

– How long until I know if my editorial was accepted?
Generally between 2-4 weeks. We do try to respond to everyone, but if we happen to miss you and you have not heard from us within 4 weeks, your editorial was not accepted.

– Do you pay for editorials?
Generally, all submissions received are not paid for, however,
if you have an editorial that fits our upcoming theme, and would like to show it to us for possible purchasing, feel free to email us on our submissions email.

– Why was my editorial not accepted?
Here are a few reasons that your editorial was not accepted.
1. Does not fit our theme
2. Does not fit the overall style of FCL Magazine
3. The retouching is not to our taste
4. The quality is not yet of the standard for FCL
5. There is not enough variety in the looks/outfits to do a multiple page feature