New Year, New Look: March Issue is (Almost) Here!

The Native Max team has been up to a lot in the past few months. Not only have we been working on our new online web series and TV show, we revamped the whole layout and editorial content of both the magazine and the website.

We wanted to make the magazine and website more appealing to everyone. Instead of sections like, “art”, “culture” and “fashion”, we swapped them out for “The Edge”, “The Insider”, and “On Radar”. Don’t worry, though: we’re still including fashion and style in every issue.

We can’t wait to celebrate our new re-design with you! We hope you like it!

Also in the issue: Style News, Q&A with Collins Provost, Changemakers of Indian Country and artist profile of hip-hop artist JuQ.

Print orders for the March issue will be available March 1 in Native Max online bookstore here. Digital orders will also be available March 1 here.

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