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80s Old Fashioned Magazine Template


Template Details
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT
Template Size:
А4 (21 х 24,7 cm)
Editable Elements:
Color, Text, Objects in template
Modified:
25.09.2023
Available Formats:
Microsoft Word, PDF, EPUB, TXT, ODT

This old fashioned magazine based on the Google Docs in the form of the template is needed for people who want to realize their journalistic talent, embody the most daring ideas and gain recognition among readers.

This layout is made in the style of the best glossy fashion magazines of the 80s. All pages of the template overlap with each other due to the use of one color scheme. The magazine Google Docs template uses text blocks of different formats. Thus, you can place brief descriptions of fashion trends on the main page and use journalistic columns on the last page of the template for a PR, informational or commercial article.

The magazine created due to the use of the templates dedicated to Google Docs are editable. The clients can replace the placeholder text with your own, add titles, subheadings, images. Get creative! You can also convert this template to pdf or any other text format, print or share electronically.

This type of the templates can perform various functions to meet such needs as:

  • Marketing
  • Business
  • Economic

From the point of view of art, fashion is close to conceptual art, since it consists of a combination of various elements that create an image. Each type of society gives rise to forms of social regulation corresponding to it, which contribute to the preservation, strengthening and development of its basic features. Custom in traditional societies is a universal form of social regulation. In dynamic and open societies, fashion plays this role. Before the advent of fashion, some of the socio-cultural functions of fashion were performed and provided by custom. Historically, fashion has grown out of custom. Custom and fashion are the means and forms of imitation that provide cultural continuity in society. A custom is a socially inherited stereotypical way of behaving that is constantly reproduced in a society or social group.




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Kateryna Kyrylova

designer

Docsandslide's resident

My goal is to create beautiful and intuitive graphic designs for individuals and businesses! I, Kateryna Kyrylova, specialize in a variety of formats, from Google products to Microsoft.

Achievements:
From Ukraine
3 years’ experience
Art education

designed more than 1500 templates for docsandslides.com

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Kateryna Polyakova specializes in creating concise texts and articles for business education. Her blog provides quick insights to help you choose the right template efficiently. Recognizing the value of time, she ensures her content is brief yet informative, guiding you to the perfect template within minutes.

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