‘TWILL’s beauty aspires to cross many boundaries. The utopian goal is that of giving pleasure to areas of the reader’s brain that are stimulated by the beauty of serious original points of view in fields as diverse as politics, economy, science, literature, sex, photography and art, sometimes taking shape as fashion.
"We, at ‘Twill, have thus decided to reverse the golden rule of publishing; instead of identifying a class of potential customers on whom to foist a magazine, we have created a publication that defines ourselves."
The magazine is loosely divided into three sections: serious subjects, visual arts and our unique fotoromanzi, an extravagantly luscious literary retake on a classic genre of Italian-French kitsch.
Based in Paris, ‘Twill is published by TWS Press France. But it is misleading to place it in a specific country; ‘Twill is the result of a distributed effort coming from Italy, England, France and the Americas. A virtual editorial office, in essence, but this is what makes such new genre of magazine an interesting and daring challenge.