'Print' is a series challenging the notion that print is dead, reviving discontinued fashion magazines which have had a siginificant influence on the industry today.
In the new instalment, Lou Stoppard interviews Harriet Quick about Frank, an outspoken and strong magazine about the modern woman. Doing away with the traditional style and topics of women's magazines, Frank featured pieces about the best lipstick next to political articles, writings about female sexuality and car reviews.
Quick talks about the hardships and mixed receptions of publishing such a provocative magazine in the late nineties, the state of the industry at the time, as well as working with contributors ranging from Caitlin Moran to Sølve Sundsbø and Frances Howell, George Osborne's wife.
Read the interview and flick through the magazine for yourself, and check out the rest of the series featuring Paul Gorman's archive, Scott King's Sleazenation and Bay Garnett's Cheap Date.