Heir’s Return

Hello, and welcome home!
If you’re new here, thank you for clicking our link, scanning our QR code, or misspelling “hair magazines” in your google search. If you’ve been patiently awaiting our return, only followed us because your friend did, or just wanted to see if we’ve made any progress yet, thank you even more for giving us another chance to win you over. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it. You, in all honesty, are what keeps Heir going.
For those who don’t know me, my name is Gabriella, I am not the girl in the picture, and I created Heir Magazines a little less than two years ago. Over that time, Heir has morphed from a paper magazine with no website, to a purely digital blog/magazine, to something I had to temporarily walk away from. I don’t want to take up too much of your time talking about myself, but essentially, becoming an adult took way more time and effort than I thought it would. There was a time where I wasn’t sure I’d be able to dedicate the energy I needed to in order to make Heir a success. I was insecure, and I wasn’t sure if this path was meant for me.
About a month ago, I had a photoshoot with Savannah Bockus, a photographer I found through Twitter and had actually booked two months prior. The night before, I had a panic attack, terrified that I was simply wasting my time, Savannah’s time, and the time of everyone else around me. However, I didn’t cancel, and the morning of the photoshoot, with Kaelee Mucha, who is the girl in the picture, Savannah was able to create real and genuine art right in front of my eyes. I remember sitting in the car afterwards and thinking, “I was right. This is what I’m meant to be doing.”
I received the photos about a week later. They are gorgeous and will be all over Heir’s insta within a month.
My point is this; no matter what happens, Heir is not going anywhere. We are going to continue putting out content and create a space where it is possible for anyone to learn about the fashion industry and become a part of it. Heir is for the powerful, for those who can, and will, rule the world. Heir is for you. Heir is for us.
So for now, Heir will remain a digital publication only. In the coming months, we will relaunch our printed magazines with monthly and yearly subscription offers. We also plan on releasing plenty of content for you to follow and enjoy in the meantime.
Again, thank you for taking the time to read this. Words cannot describe how truly I appreciate you being here, whether you’re just beginning to join Heir or if you’ve been here from the start. I, for one, can’t wait to see what lies ahead.
Until next time,
Gabriella Elman
Founder + Editor-in-Chief of Heir Magazines