Sumzine was a biannual slow-fashion magazine based out of NYC. Everything adds up in the way that we consume. Its mission was to open up the dialogue about changing the industry for the better. Talk more, waste less.
Jamie founded the magazine in Fall 2013, with three print releases between 2014 and 2015. The magazine celebrated crowded launch parties, a photography exhibition, a six-week gallery installation at Seaport Studios, and a lively creative community of photographers, artists, stylists, beauty artists, designers, and writers.
Sumzine was and is currently stocked worldwide. Stockists include: McNally Jackson, Printed Matter, Coming Soon NYC, Casa Magazines, Ed Varie, Artbook @ PS1, Avril 50, Quimby's, Aarrow Minneapolis, Press SF, Stories LA, The Daily Planet, The LACMA Shop, Soop Soop, Papercut, do you read me?!, A Boy Named Sue, Athenaeum.
In January 2016, Sumzine went into an indefinite hiatus.