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FKA Twigs has launched a fanzine

Here's the first exclusive peek at the pages

FKA Twigs has launched a fanzine Here's the first exclusive peek at the pages

Fresh from her new collaboration with Nike, launched few days ago with th suggestive videoclip “Do You Believe In More?”, FKA Twigs continues to make the news, showing an early look to some images from her fanzine. Singer, musician, dancer and Creative Director of new NikeWomen's Spring Zonal Strenght Tights campaign, now FKA Twigs launches herself into publishing with her personal zine, which is part of “Do You Believe In More?” project. An intimate, direct publish like a secret diary writing it all at once, in which the artist explore the meaning of creativity these days and the urge to realize individual ambitions, but also themes as the sexual fluidity and the self-expression. FKA Twigs sddresses directly to her readers, the only ones who can make their dreams real, encouraging them to be always their best self in life. The “Do You Believe In More?” project shows us the life of a girl “who grew up looking different from everybody else around me, who wanted to do things no one else wanted to do in a small town, who didn't grow up with lots of money, but just had so much determination and hope inside herself” said FKA Twigs, adding: “I wanted to do more with my life. I wanted to do everything”. The pages of the zine, shown in exclusive on Dazed, introduce a serie of multi-colored collages, photographs and singer's personal notes. The project, designed by FKA Twigs and Suzannah Pettigrew, includes features with English Gardner, Chester Martinez, Saskia Horton, Paleta CalmQuality, Jay Kirton, Rithiely Pereira, Lilly Leithner, Latonya Swann, Kaili Bright, Madelyne Spang, Mishay Patronelli, Cyan Assiter-Clark, Oneohtrix Point Never, Motion Graphic and David Uzochukwu. Finally, FKA Twigs asks us: "Do you believe that you can reach your best physical shape? Do you believe that you can use your confidence to get that promotion at work or finish that creative project?”. And you, what do you say? Do you believe in more?