New Magazine, BurdaStyle, Fills the Void for DIY Fashionistas and establishes the intersection of “couture and craft”

For the more than 19 million active sewers in the US looking to create runway fashions on a budget, BurdaStyle magazine–new from F+W Media–delivers with 40+ fashion sewing patterns (including 20 full-size pull-out inserts), sewing tips and techniques, fashion trends, and DIY projects straight from the runway in each issue. Known across the globe as the premier sewing magazine for fashion and style, BurdaStyle will debut its first-ever U.S. Edition on newsstands across North America this month. Readers can learn more about subscriptions here.

BurdaStyle magazine establishes the intersection of "couture and craft" for DIY audience.  (PRNewsFoto/F+W Media)

BurdaStyle magazine establishes the intersection of “couture and craft” for DIY audience. (PRNewsFoto/F+W Media)

Our BurdaStyle editors take inspiration from runways around the globe and translate that into stylish DIY projects from accessories to garments to full outfits,” says sewing and fashion expert Denise Wild, Editorial Director of BurdaStyle U.S. Edition. The inaugural issue features looks inspired by Chanel, Basler, Issey Miyake, and Philip Lim. “We’re bringing the latest designs and the season’s most stylish patterns to the North American audience in a way that focuses on inspiring, developing, and challenging DIYers of all skill levels.”

www.BurdaStyle.com is the largest global fashion and sewing community online, with more than 900,000 members and 7 million page views each month. The site offers downloadable PDF sewing patterns, project ideas, tutorials, and online education. Known around the globe since 1949 as the premier sewing magazine for fashion and style, BurdaStyle is available in 90 countries and published in 17 different languages.