Worn Magazine is a D.C.-based publication intended to bring greater awareness of fashion and art to the District and to the world. The photographs on our pages were shot by local photographers using clothing from local shops and designers at locations right here in our neighborhoods. They are evidence of what local talent can create and they represent our vision of the future of Washington, D.C.
The Magazine- Our Story
Photographer Nicole Aguirre founded Worn Magazine in 2009 with support from a Young Artist Grant by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Not satisfied with the local options showcasing yet another gala or fundraiser, Nicole decided D.C. needed an alternative that gave a voice to the other, creative side of D.C. This is how Worn Magazine was born. The magazine is released in print two times per year in the spring and fall and features the work of the top local designers, photographers, writers, and artists.
The Agency- Worn Creative
Worn Creative is a boutique creative agency that turns ideas into visually engaging content. After releasing our first issue, clients came to us asking for our style-conscious eye to be applied to their campaigns, marketing strategies, and events.
Four years later we’ve cast national ad campaigns for Planned Parenthood through our network of models, produced a three-day holiday pop-up shop for Goodwill to help create jobs for the unemployed, and helped shelter dogs at the Washington Humane Society get adopted through a fashion shoot featuring local designers.
Our network of talent includes the top videographers, photographers, clothing designers, hair and makeup artists, casting directors, event planners, visual designers, and social media gurus in Washington, DC.
See our work at worncreative.com
In September 2012, Nicole Aguirre launched WornAbroad.com, a new e-commerce experience that curates clothing for men and women from designers around the world with an emphasis on street style.
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