Tavi Gevinson and crew have had quite a year. Rookie Mag, the online publication for teen girls that covers fashion, life, feminism and culture, has a cult following, and we know why. The content is a lot like Tavi herself: curious, intelligent, and creatively stylish. Now, they’ve captured their first twelve months in Rookie Yearbook One.
Edited by Tavi, the book collects articles, interviews, photo editorials, and illustrations from Rookie’s first year. It also comes with stickers designed by Rookie illustrators, a flexidisc with songs by Dum Dum Girls and Supercute!, and a paper crown designed by Meadham Kirchhoff.
The book captures what has become an iconic aesthetic developed by Tavi and other young fashion bloggers. The influence can be seen from runways to magazines and shops at the mall. We love the intelligence of these young women, and Rookie has proven the strength and influence female voices of any age can have. Here’s to many more Rookie Yearbooks!
While you’re at it, check out the Rookie Shop, where you can pick up a cute Rookie tshirt or a poster from their summer roadtrip.
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