We are happy to receive submissions, so please feel free to e-mail
us with samples of your work.
Furthermore we are also always on the look out for new and regular
contributors. Whether you are an established professional
or emerging talented artist, we can’t wait to hear from you!

Please e-mail us your samples as JPEG files to:
If your submission is suitable for the magazine we will get back to you as soon as possible.



It’s an online fashion spread, complete with credits, a magazine like
layout, and text graphic design.

We prefer unpublished shoots, but we will make an exception if we
really like the shoot. If shoot hasn’t been published anywhere before
we will publish it as exclusive online editorial.

Include title of your story, team credits and wardrobe list with your
submission. Please be sure to clearly state all wardrobe credits by
image filename so that we can easily distinguish which look goes
with which images.

All files must be sent as separate JPEG file sized to 2000 pixels wide
with a resolution of 96dpi. Our creative team will take care of all
layout and design for the online editorial, so there is no need to format.



We are always looking for guest writers and bloggers who would like
to contribute to the magazine and website. If you are interested in
writing for us, please send us an email and include a writing sample
or links to some of your work/blog. Some of the topics we cover
include fashion, photography, models and interviews.

You are more than welcome to suggest things for us to cover, and if
you are chosen as a contributor, you will have the opportunity to
come up with your own topics as well.



Unfortunately we do not supply free copies of the magazine.
This is simply because of printing cost. However we will happily
provide links to the PDF format or information of where the
magazine can be purchased.

Please refrain from posting approved images or stories online prior
to the launch of the issue. We reserve the right to pull the story
should you do so.

We are not liable for costs, if any, occurred at your shoot.
Please only carry out a shoot if you can financially afford to.

Commissioning letters do not guarantee the publishing of your
editorial. The editor will make the final decision. Decisions are based
on the quality of submission and space available in the magazine.
The issue that your editorial will be published in may also be subject
to change.

Please stick to the deadline and have arranged model release forms
where appropriate.

Should you be unhappy with any of the points brought up,
please discuss them with us prior to submitting.

Please be patient. We receive a lot of submissions and try to review
everything and get back to people in a timely manner. On occasion
however, we do get overloaded and it may take up to a week or
more. Before submitting to us, please keep this in mind especially if
you intend to submit your work to more than one publication in
addition to us. The last thing we would want is to miss out on a great
spread because it was promised to someone else before we could
get to it.

By allowing MODO to publish your work, you grant us permission
to use your work in any of our publications, websites, marketing
material, advertisements, videos, and any other mediums or
formats used in the creation and dissemination of MODO content.