McIntyres Director launches 100th edition of Clash Magazine with cover artist Justin Beiber

McIntyres Co-Founder and Director,John O’Rourke launches 100th Edition of Clash Magazine with Justin Beiber as one of four cover artists. Justin’s naked shoot with Clash has caused an internet sensation and seen unprecedented global coverage for the magazine across the globe through international news and entertainment networks including Rolling Stone, Billboard Hollywood , Vogue, Marie Claire , Cosmopolitan,Huffington Post, released the day before he won the 2016 BritAwards ‘ Best Male’ Justin reveals more in the interview about his life , work and mistakes and goes from boy to man,looking super cool in his ‘one for the ladies’ shoot.
John O’Rourke, Founded Clash Magazine from Dundee twelve years ago “I discussed with founding Editor, Simon Harper and he believes Clash has had more media exposure with this issue than all the others put together ” which is incredible as previous cover artists include Sir Paul McCarney , Jay-Z , Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Daft Punk , Sir Elton John etc.
Justin Beiber has over 75 million facebook followers and with Elton John, Vic Mensa and Stormzy as additional Cover artists this issue relaunches Clash into a different level internationally
I actually got the inspiration to develop Clash from Kay (Kay McIntyre) , helping on British Hairdressing Award shoots with her winning collections, I was keen to develop fashion and style into the magazine to differentiate from other Music titles.I am very grateful to Kay for her input in the early days and support beyond ,also to all those stylists and supporters from McIntyres over the years who helped at gigs and festivals

John has shortlisted three times ‘Publisher of the Year’ with Clash, is an official City of Dundee ‘Ambassador’ having won many Creative, Design and Regeneration Awards through McIntyres state-of-the-art salon located in the city’s ambitious Waterfront Development with the new V&A Museum.
Clash has also won many top awards including ‘Best Music Magazine’ (voted by the UK Music Industry) and overall ‘Best Magazine’

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