GenerationZ

Editor’s Note

Being one of the Millennials or Generation Y, I have the feeling that it is time to dedicate some space at the FG Magazine to the future generation, the so called Generation Z or as some may call them: the digital natives. To add truth to the name these youngsters are highly connected, having mastered messaging, text messaging, mobile phones, computers, programming…the list could go on and on, not to mention that they are the most globalised and open-minded generation so far.

In this great diversity of talented youth and creative minds, we have decided to bring you a unique selection of stories, projects, and initiatives for youngsters or run by youngsters. Their impressive work will blow your mind and make you realise how far behind we, the Millennials, are compared to the prodigies that are already leaving a real legacy in this ever changing world.

Editor-in-Chief

In this month’s issue…

Monnalisa’s World

Monnalisa’s World

We are very happy to bring you an exclusive interview with Piero Iacomoni, Founder and Chairman of Monnalisa Spa, a brand with an emotional content and a leading company in children’s wear worldwide.

Sustainable Fashion: From Niche to Necessity

Have you questioned the current fashion industry practices and what this means for our future generations? Sustainable fashion and ethical business models are moving from a niche to a necessity.

Sustainable Fashion: From Niche to Necessity
Creative Cooking Concepts for Any Age

Creative Cooking Concepts for Any Age

We recently talked to Kid Chef Eliana, a prodigy in the culinary world who walked us though her cooking, creativity, and advice on learning to cook. A must read for all those youngsters aspiring to be future Chefs.

Inspirational Teen Raises Money for Afghanistan Children

There is a new wave of teens sweeping our world with their creative projects and fresh approach to fundraising. The FG is doing its part in recognizing one teen that is taking this trend to the next level.

Inspirational Teen Raises Money for Afghanistan Children
Enter the Youngsters

Enter the Youngsters

We look into the work of the Unicorn Theatre that has taken up the challenge of making high-quality productions bringing children and teenagers to the centre of the creative and production process. Bravo!

The Future In The Hands Of Child Yogis

Did you know that children who attend yoga classes have a greater self-worth, imagination, well-being and hold an enhanced understanding of the world around them? An expert tell us all about yoga for kids.

The Future In The Hands Of Child Yogis
The Strong, Driven and Intelligent

The Strong, Driven and Intelligent

We bring you a curated selection of young adult literature that features strong characters and relevant themes of self-discovery and self-acceptance. We all can relate with these young protagonists!

Kora Vanderlip: The Budding Filmmaker

Meet Kora Vanderlip, a budding filmmaker awarded and nominated for several prizes. Her films, which focus on the setting’s atmosphere and the character’s emotion, have been screened at festivals around the world. Discover her work!

Kora Vanderlip: The Budding Filmmaker
Stay a kid - Aloha from Deer

Stay a kid – Aloha from Deer

Be unique. Stay unique! This is the motto of Aloha from Deer, an independent fashion brand from Poland which is capturing the attention of youngsters and wanna be youngsters with their bold and expressive patterns!

Fashion as Future

We are pleased to introduce you the children’s charity, Kids Company, founded by Camila Batmanghelidjh, which is helping London’s most vulnerable young adults to fulfill their artistic potential with their unique Urban Academy.

Fashion as Future
30 Under 30 to Change the World

30 Under 30 to Change the World

We talk to three prodigies that belong to the Forbes 30 Under 30 force – the 30 most talented people under the age of 30 – and look at the amazing work and accomplishments achieved in their young lives. Get inspired with their stories!

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