Blag magazine began as a real fanzine in 1992, founded by art student twins Sarah and Sally Edwards, who were both driven by a love of music and high-quality design. The word “blag” is British slang, and means “to get things by way of clever talk” which the Edwards sisters endeavoured to do. They filled the 'zine—and later, the fully-fledged glossy magazine—with big-name interviews which got coverage from other publications and earned the twins jobs scouting new talent for record labels.
When they did eventually produce the glossy Blag, they roped in some heavy hitting help...View full article →
Tom Hardy rocking his Dark Arts and Red Hand T-shirts together yesterday in New York, caught by US Magazine, Just Jared & Daily Mail.
Order yours here: http://weareblag.com/collections/all-knights/products/all-knights-dark-arts-grey-crew-neck-t-shirt
Here's Sally & Sarah's Metro Life & Style Cover Feature.
Read it here: http://metro.co.uk/2013/09/25/meet-sarah-and-sally-edwards-the-twins-who-turned-their-fanzine-into-cult-magazine-blag-4102048/
The Legendary Chuck D wore our Classic BLAG T-shirt at their secret event in the basement at Shoreditch House.
The Gorgeous Helen McCrory wore her Sophisticated Rebel Custom tee to the Emmys After Party at Chateau Marmont. Paired with slick jeans, heels and classic jacket.