Fostylen magazine (Financoff before the rebranding) has been on the market for over 6 years. Recently, its chief editor Elvira Gavrilova announced the release of the children’s version of Fostylen – Fostylen KIDS in her social networks.
Elvira Gavrilova is a producer, director, co-owner, and CEO EU of the international marketing company Amillidius, author of more than 10 successful business projects, as well as chief editor of the international publication about luxury life Fostylen.
The release of the first Fostylen KIDS issue is scheduled for January. Dasha Goroshko will be the cover face and the main character of the issue. Elvira, in her official Instagram account, has already revealed some details of the new magazine. So, Fostylen KIDS, like its adult version, will have the same coverage (Europe-Asia) – that is, it will be international. Accordingly, the magazine will become bilingual, will be released in Russian and English.
The new Fostylen KIDS will be created for children and teens from 5 to 16 years old. To interest such a diverse readership, the material must be accessible, easy to understand, and, of course, interesting. According to the announcement from Elvira Gavrilova, the permanent columns of the Fostylen KIDS will include kids and teenage fashion, education, travel, special projects, entertainment, interviews with stars, success stories of talented children, advice to parents, and a lot of other interesting information. As the chief editor says, Fostylen KIDS will be of interest to both children and their parents and, in fact, will become a children’s version of the adult publication.
Besides, Elvira Gavrilova shared another very interesting detail regarding the new issue, “In the Fostylen KIDS first issue, we, together with the Odessa “Kovcheg” kennel, are doing a special photo project in support of homeless animals. Children with pets from the “Kovcheg” will participate in this project. I hope this step will help these cute animals find a new home. I believe, we should teach children from an early age to do good deeds and take care of our little brothers.”