Since it’s inception into the media sphere six months ago, Croatian lifestyle portal, Miss7 has gone from strength to strength, celebrating it’s reign as the ‘strongest digital media brand for women in Croatia.‘ Last night, Zagreb’s Kaptol Boutique Cinema was transformed into a slumber party where guests were invited to dress in their pyjamas, the fanciest ones you own, of course, and enjoy an aperol spritz.
Editor-in-Chief, Vedrana Carapovic has prided herself in knowing who her reader is and digitally catering for exactly what she is looking for. Miss7 has a solid focus on digital media, however distribute a quarterly magazine that is still as popular among the 18-39 age demographic. While some argue print may be a dying breed in media, Miss7 defy the odds with a legion of females followers, over 160k on Facebook to be exact.
Miss7 has been using their slogan hashtag #JaToTako since the beginning of their journey meaning, ‘Me, my way‘ in english, one I deeply love because as we all know, I am all about living your truest self.
Catering for the evening was provided by renowned local chef, Marin Medak who also owns Bistro RougeMarin. Mini burgers, various types of bruschettas and macarons that melted in your mouth had guests dipping in for seconds. You can read my review of Bistro RougeMarin here.
Guests were also invited to a makeover and wardrobe change with floral outfits provided by H&M for the evening.
Lancome’s latest perfume, La Vie est Belle L’Éclat was also given it’s own corner of the room to shine, just in time for the holiday season. Lancome has mentioned that this series is, “dedicated for women who seek a radiant sophistication,” much like the ethos of Miss7 and their ‘be your fabulous self’ mantra.
A bed? Yes, a bed with hotties already in it. Nothing is ‘too much‘ or ‘over the top‘ for Miss7, Croatia. Later into the evening a room filled with feathers flooded social media as a pillow fight emerged.
Thank you so Miss7 for a wonderful evening, wishing you many more successes.0