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HIX is the only free culinary magazine that combines content on both fine dining and contemporary art, reflecting the unique HIX brand identity. The magazine is distributed to to each of the nine Hix restaurants.
Mark Hix - celebrated chef, restaurateur and food writer is known for his original take on British gastronomy. He is also a private art collector and has strong friendships with many of the UK’s leading artists including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin.
HIX magazine offers readers an opportunity to take a glimpse at what happens behind the scenes at Hix restaurants, from stories by chefs to specially commissioned features from some of London’s most prestigious writers and editors.
The art section includes features on upcoming exhibitions at Cock’n’Bull gallery located beneath the Tramshed restaurant, highlighting its exciting, rolling exhibition programme. The food section features interviews with chefs, celebrities and tastemakers from around the world discussing food history; food and culture crossovers; new directions in food, in addition to news and reports from inside Hix restaurants. The magazine will also feature columns on design, fashion and lifestyle.
The editorial content is personally selected by Mark Hix and includes contributions from a stellar cast of writers and critics including Tom Parker-Bowles, Lynn Barber, Dylan Jones and Tracey Emin. Everything about the magazine from it’s content, aesthetic and tone is representative of the demographic of the Hix brand, in effect, an extension of Mark Hix’s personality, taste and style.
HIX Magazine is designed to exude hip-ness (but not ‘hipstern- ess’) and has genuine reader appeal. Creative input and guidance from the Art & Music Publications team, which is paramount in terms of quality control of the magazine, ensures that this is not just another ‘corporate’-style vanity rag but actually a collectable edition with visual allure in its design and depth to its articles.
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