Moises De La Renta To Launch Digital Magazine and E-Shop

Gwynyth's got goop, Jay-Z has Life + Times, Rachel Zoe has Zoe Report--even undercover tech-wiz Zoe Saldana's got a website (dedicated to fashion no less). Yep, it seems you really aren't anyone till you have an online publication these days. The latest to jump on the e-bandwagon is designer and de la Renta heir Moises de la Renta, who told Interview Magazine that he will be launching an online magazine and store later this month. The mag, which will be housed at moisesoscar.com, will cover virtually every topic under the sun, including "pieces about culture, health, beauty, food, travel, and the environment." The site will also focus on photography, which de la Renta sees as an important component of the Moises Oscar identity, telling the magazine that he's passionate about "capturing beautiful and unique objects, settings, and people while expressing a certain point of view."
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Gwynyth's got goop, Jay-Z has Life + Times, Rachel Zoe has Zoe Report--even undercover tech-wiz Zoe Saldana's got a website (dedicated to fashion no less). Yep, it seems you really aren't anyone till you have an online publication these days. The latest to jump on the e-bandwagon is designer and de la Renta heir Moises de la Renta, who told Interview Magazine that he will be launching an online magazine and store later this month. The mag, which will be housed at moisesoscar.com, will cover virtually every topic under the sun, including "pieces about culture, health, beauty, food, travel, and the environment." The site will also focus on photography, which de la Renta sees as an important component of the Moises Oscar identity, telling the magazine that he's passionate about "capturing beautiful and unique objects, settings, and people while expressing a certain point of view."
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Gwynyth's got goop, Jay-Z has Life + Times, Rachel Zoe has Zoe Report--even undercover tech-wiz Zoe Saldana's got a website (dedicated to fashion no less). Yep, it seems you really aren't anyone till you have an online publication these days.

The latest to jump on the e-bandwagon is designer and de la Renta heir Moises de la Renta, who told Interview Magazine that he will be launching an online magazine and store later this month. The mag, which will be housed at moisesoscar.com, will cover virtually every topic under the sun, including "pieces about culture, health, beauty, food, travel, and the environment." The site will also focus on photography, which de la Renta sees as an important component of the Moises Oscar identity, telling the magazine that he's passionate about "capturing beautiful and unique objects, settings, and people while expressing a certain point of view."

In addition to being an editorial site, Moises Oscar will also offer items for sale from de la Renta's own line MDLR, finally giving a home to the label which is currently not sold anywhere online. We're sure MObama will be pleased about that!

Most importantly, though, de la Renta sees the site as a place to explore his interest in the environment, and inform readers on "NPOs, nature and conservation, and eco-fashion." Now that's something the internet actually could use more of.