Turning over today's typical fashion magazines, "Why am I having an affair with my husband" and "I Planned an orgy with my best friend. It was the most liberated experience of my life"and"is a pure environmental vandalism that gave birth to a baby in 2021.”But the hordes of young women in the country consider themselves conservative, and this awakened, overly sexual approach to the world is a major turning point. I feel it.
Isabelle Redfield (23) and Jayme Franklin (24) decided to do something about it.
Two years ago, fashionable San Francisco natives launchedThe Conservateur. This is an alternative platform for women who feel left behind in the mainstream shiny style Bible. Their site, which offers stories in categories such as "Style," "Beauty," "Politics," and "Faith," has more than 30,000 followers to date with attractive photos and sophisticated designs. 17} Collected on Instagram. Conservateur is in stark contrast to most conservative websites that are usually camouflaged and targeted at men.
"There are many conservative women who are not. Increasingly represented by Vanity Fair, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Glamor, etc. People are rejecting it and they are coming to us, "Redfield said.
"Our main elements are faith, freedom, family, and friends. We focus on cheering young women. We want to be builders, not wreckers.
Conservateur presents the story in the same punchy and provocative style as Cosmopolitan, but fashion magazines such as "Abortion empowers the'patriarch'". With headings never seen in, ""Sex is no longer sacred"and"#Shopping at BidenBudget"
"Abolition of women", refuting the current notion that gender is a concept, "Women are not men, men are not women," It will ignite the hairstyles of Condé Nast's mass workers.
The idea for this site was first born in the summer of 2020. The duo had just graduated from college (Franklin, Berkeley, Redfield, Southern Methodist University) and worked together in Washington, DC (Franklin) to make a room and do an internship. In the Senate; Redfield in the White House).
"We were both fashionable girls, but we couldn't read Vogue anymore," Redfield said. "We were so off by it because everything was going so far to the left. We thought their content was really toxic and negative for young women, and we were conservative. I realized that a woman really needed an exit more than ever, so I stopped subscribing to [Magazine] and started writing. "
The founders said their site attracts primarily college girls, and many interested mothers. Smart political commentary. According to Redfield, her Instagram inbox is packed with thousands of messages from fans who believe in their mission.
Since its inception, Conservateur's staff has grown to a core team of 4 and 15 contributors. Redfield and Franklin said they were flooded with applications from college women who wanted to contribute. “I can't even keep up with the application,” says Redfield. "I can't believe them. They are all wonderful girls."
Looking to the future, both Redfield and Franklin still live in DC and hire by Laura Ingraham and Fox News, respectively, but are theirs. I want to make the project a full-time career and expand into various media such as podcasting. They also continue their lucrative business selling the hot pink make-up American Hot Againhatsrecently modeled by Lara Trump. We will also post profiles of women who are influential in the conservative movement, such as South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem. Kristi Noem may run for Presidentin 2024.
Redfield is bullish on their outlook, Declaration: "We believe in a new frontier of the conservative movement."
Rikki Schlott, 22 year old student, journalist and activist