Alongside the printed Magalogue, we created a digital version of the publication to encourage shareability on the web. We’ve repurposed content from the printed piece, enhancing features where possible and creating a hub for content to be shared by viewers on their preferred social channels. A Table of Contents acts as a menu navigation to send viewers sequentially into the features of Rally. Pinterest boards have been created in tandem for each section of the magazine to encourage viewers to shop looks together.
Ultimately, this Magalogue should be a stand-alone piece with longevity and therefore we wanted to brand it as a magazine unto itself. Working through naming and design rounds, the name REEBOK RALLY was determined to have the proper impact we were seeking.
“This is a call to collective action, and the assurance that there is inherent community and support, always. This is excitement, enthusiasm—this is yelling “hell yeah!” when you’ve just achieved your goals. This is teamwork, organization, new inspiration. This is strength and vigor ever-regenerating.“
Fitness for the modern woman has become an enmeshed part of her daily routine – a priority that is important for healthy body, mind and spirit. We wanted to make a stunning piece of design that showcases the value of fitness alongside style, food, music, and art. Our aim was a new approach to fitness catalogues: let’s reach a wider audience for women and create a Magalogue that would be talked about in both fitness and cultural circles.
The content and photography are front and center, coupled with beautiful typography choices and design-forward layouts.
Collaborating with top photographers in Los Angeles, we shot and produced each photo editorial and edited every word of the publication, whether it was original content or stories sourced from influencers in wellness.