Sheeba Magazine is a monthly magazine specializing in fusion of fashion and earth-friendly lifestyle, available in paper and digital versions. Magazine’s mission is to showcase, promote and connect creative minds of conventional and sustainable fashion industry, to guide and inspire international readers on healthy and environment-friendly living by providing transparent information.
Every month, by carefully selected photographic editorials, interview features and revealing articles fashion, beauty and modeling industry talents have an opportunity to advertise and grow their worldwide recognition through print, digital and social media exposure. Each printed issue of the glossy magazine brings together ever-growing creative fashion community members from North & South America, Europe, Australia and Asia.
Sheeba Magazine welcomes emerging brands, established labels, independent fashion, beauty and photography professionals to share their story with magazine’s international audience. The magazine is always scouting for creative talents for interview features. Experienced and young writers are also invited to submit their written works to be published in monthly print issues and online. Sheeba, being a fashion and eco-living magazine, aims to facilitate various businesses and individuals that focus on conscious consumer, sustainability and healthy lifestyle. For more information please visit Submit page.
Why “Sheeba”? Word “Sheeba” is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin and means “promise”. It also refers to Queen Sheba, a queen of ancient kingdom of the Sabeans: a rich trading nation dealing in gold, spices, and precious stones; who visited Solomon to test his wisdom. A masculine version of “sheba” means “number seven” which is considered to be a lucky number. It is said that people carrying “Sheeba” name are spiritually intense creators and promoters of original ideas, have great organizational skills and sometimes can be persuasive when achieving goals. In general, word “Sheeba” is of a deep ancient origin, has a variety of equivalents and can be recognized by many different cultures in present day.
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