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Tribeza exposes Austin to its stylish side


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Since 2001, Zarghun Dean and his staff have brought the world of fashion and style to Austin. Through his publication Tribeza, Austin's art world is exposed in a way it had never been before.

"The idea behind Tribeza is that we would embody the best Austin has to offer," said Dean, the monthly magazine's publisher.

"We recognized that there was this incredible creative energy here in Austin that was barely being tapped into by other media."

So he created the name Tribeza and began publishing his dream magazine from his living room. The magazine's name was just a made-up word that Dean said seemed to capture the stylistic elegance the magazine's team was trying to convey.

In two short years this glossy lifestyle magazine has become a work of art all its own. Some critics say the publication's articles are "confusing," the glossy magazine is full of images, photography and design.

For $30 a year, you can have this four-color magazine that delves into Austin's nouveau and eclectic style delivered to your door. Everything from fashion, design, architecture to dining and entertainment is showcased in Tribeza.

The magazine is dripping with style in everything from articles about artists such as Actor Karen Kuykendahl to the ads that are designed by Tribeza staff.

The Austin Chronicle says, "Tribeza has certainly come into its own as an absolutely gorgeous magazine. Though the editorial content is as slim as the volume itself, it is lushly designed with spectacular ads from some of Austin's most upscale retailers, galleries, and restaurants, with stunning color reproduction, and is available at some of the more chic addresses around."

Open the pages of Tribeza for just one more example of what makes Austin, Austin.

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