7Hues Hommes Submission Guidelines

7Hues Hommes is a bi-monthly editorial & lifestyle publication for men who fancy fashion, design, luxury, style, art, and travel.

7Hues Hommes gives the opportunity to individuals who are looking to expose not only themselves but their work as well. This division of 7Hues is looking for the hottest male talent from around the world. We are the magazine for the creative and artistic mind.

NOTE: All low res jpg files and pdf documents sent to us must contain the submitters e­mail address attached. Please Allow up to 8 Days for an approval or rejection letter. If more days have passed please try submitting again as the email may have not gone through.

Please ensure you read all of the information on this page PRIOR to sending a submission into 7Hues Magazine. Sending a submission confirms your agreement with the following guidelines. Upon reviewing/receiving submissions, 7Hues Magazine reserves the rights to Accept or Deny any submission we receive. Submissions are reviewed based on its content, quality, relevance and the availability of space in the issue it’s being submitted to. For creative editorial, we look for originality and a high level of creativity.

7Hues Magazine enforces a strict editing / quality control policy and due to the high amount of fashion, editorial and beauty submissions we receive on a daily basis we are not always able to offer feedback unless the submission is of interest to us.

Submission Guidelines


7Hues Magazine only takes exclusive fashion editorials for print publication. A release is required to be signed by the photographer once the editorial/fashion video is approved. If your editorial or fashion video has been published in another publication it will not be accepted. If we accept the editorial and we see that it was published in another publication before our release date we will remove it from the publication. If we publish the editorial and notice that it was published in another publication after our release date we will not go back and remove it from the print, but we will not share it on any of our social networks or on our website.


Images that have been posted on social media (Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, etc.) will not be published. We like to keep images exclusive to the magazine. Once published if accepted, you can post your work online.

Men Styles We Fancy Here at 7Hues Hommes


The Big Honcho. A man who doesn’t dress for pleasure, but for results.

Dress code: Power suits, seven-fold ties, black cap-toe oxfords.

Label Inspiration: Hugo Boss, Giorgio Armani, Brioni, Ermenegildo Zegna, Salvatore Ferragamo


The collegiate, Mr. Ivy League, the man in the “My father will sue you” pants.

Dress code: Double-breasted blazers, pressed trousers, bucks.

Label Inspiration: Tommy Hilfiger, J. Crew, Cole Haan, Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors


The Professional. If he isn’t running errands for the boss, he’s stuck at the desk working hard to move up the ladder.

Dress code: Lightweight suits, slim-fit shirts, dark neckties.

Label Inspiration: Express, Asos, Burberry, Brooks Brothers, J.Crew, Hawes & Curtis


The Sprezzatura Man. The American who looks European.

Dress code: Soft-shouldered tailoring, colorful accessories, driving shoes.

Label Inspiration: Pierre-Louis Mascia, Herno, Wooster + Lardini, Barena, Stoffa


The Hunter, or the Woodsman. It’s not that he doesn’t care about fashion, he’d rather just be hiking or fishing.

Dress code: Waxed-cotton jackets, corduroy pants, backpacks and boots.

Label Inspiration: The North Face, Patagonia, GANT Rugger, Ben Sherman, Polo by Ralph Lauren, Levi’s, Hunter Boots


The Sportsman, running man. “Just do it” has always been this guys mantra.

Dress code: Technical sportswear mixed with jeans and T-shirts.

Label Inspiration: Nike, Reebok, J Brand, Diesel, Under Armour, Moncler, Junya Watanabe, Jack Spade


The Rake, or the Ladies’ Man. If he isn’t running errands for the boss, he’s stuck at the desk working hard to move up the ladder.

Dress code: Tailored blazers, dress shirts (top three buttons undone), big watches.

Label Inspiration: Tom Ford, Dolce Gabbana, Tommy Hilfiger, Brunello Cucinelli, Ralph Lauren


Hangs out with all the band members. Rock-star-cool attitude mixed with a motorcycle-tinged mood.

Dress code: Leather mixed with denim and tailoring.

Label Inspiration: Rick Owens, Saint Laurent, John Varvatos, Versace, Rag & Bone


The Trad, or the The New Englander. It’s not that he doesn’t care about fashion, he’d rather just be hiking or fishing.

Dress code: Tweed blazers, button-down oxford-cloth shirts, rumpled khaki chinos.

Label Inspiration: L.L.Bean, J.Crew, Dockers, J.Press, Glenwick


The Minimalist, this man doesn’t wear to much color. Product of Mad Men

Dress code: Gray or black suits, white shirts, basic ties.

Label Inspiration: Bonobo, Brooks Brothers, Express, TopMan, ACNE Studios, James Perse

When submitting your editorials for consideration, always submit your editorials in low resolution, include the photographers name and a title for the story. If you are submitting the editorial and you’re are not the photographer, please confirm and present to us permission from the photographer that owns the copyright to the images.

NOTE: As images are approved for publication, you give us the right to edit/retouch pictures if need be.

Team credits are essential for all submissions, if we have accepted your submissions and you provide the high resolution images without team credits, your submission will not be published. We won’t be held accountable for any missing or misspelled credits. Be sure to double check that all persons involved in the submission is included in the credits and their names are spelled correctly. If for any reason a submission is published and a individual/s credit is missing, the person who submitted the feature will be held responsible. Along with model’s name be sure to list the agency name if Applicable.

For all fashion editorial submissions, wardrobe credits are required. For close up Hair & Beauty submissions, makeup credits (if any), hair products, skincare products, and tools used are required.

Once an image is accepted to be published, it grants us the permission to use your work in any of our publications, websites, videos, marketing pieces, advertisements, and any other mediums or formats used in the creation, dissemination, and monetization of 7Hues Magazine.


Please note vintage items are allowed but should be kept to a minimum, if used at all. 7Hues Magazine loves high end designer brands just as much as we love up and coming designers and unknown designers, we love to find that diamond in the rough, so mix it up!

Contributing Writer / Blogger Submissions:

We are always looking for guest writers for our print platform and vlog/bloggers for our online platform. If you are interested in writing or blogging for us, please send an email 7HuesMag@gmail.com with the headline “Writer Submission” or “Blogger Submission” and include writing samples and links to your work, blog portfolio.

Interested in seeing what we fancy inside each issue of 7Hues Hommes.
Download this .pdf here.

Video Submissions:

Fashion Videos and Short Films

In order to be considered, videos and films must be 720p or 1080p and under 5 minutes in length. All videos will require full team credits, music credits. We will include our logo at the beginning and end of the video so all we will require is your finish edit, please do not add our logo to the video, our team is more than capable of doing so. Videos and films must be exclusive to 7Hues Magazine.

Here is the information and specifications we will require if APPROVED :

  1. Images must be minimum 8.5′′x11′′ inches (portraits) and 17′′(w)x11′′inches(h) (Landscape)
  2. Images must be in 300 dpi
  3. Credit for all clothing and everyone involved.
  4. No logos are allowed on the photos. (everyone involved will be credited)
  5. Files must be JPEG
  6. Signed Model Release

Rejection Reasons :

*Your work is either unsuitable or does not fit with the flow of the issue.
*There is little or no space left for placement.
*Your work was sent to us PAST the required deadline, automatically forfeiting your work or, you did not follow our submission instructions
*The quality of work is not high enough.
*wardrobe is repeated throughout the editorial.
*You have not supplied enough images to create a full story.
*Although your rejection could be due to any of these reasons, we will not have the time to detail which one exactly.

NOTE: All submissions will NOT be replied to, you do not need to send multiple emails requesting a reply. You will be contacted if your work is accepted.


All submissions must be sent before the stated deadline of an issue. If a submission is being accepted and the final pieces are not sent before the deadline, that submission will not be published in the issue for which it was accepted. The deadline for each issue is the 20th of the month, if for any reason the deadline is changed, it will be posted on our website.


Submissions for our online webitorial stories are always open, so keep them sending them! 7Hues Webitorials will run twice a week, with pending selections from our Editor­ in ­Chief. There are no deadlines and no themes for our Webitorials, so submit whenever you’d like! If we decided we want to publish the webitorial we will contact you with further details.


7Hues Magazine is an international magazine and we have aimed to make it available to everyone worldwide. 7Hues Magazine is currently only available to purchase on­line by clicking the link on our web­site, or Facebook Page. From there, you will have the option to purchase a digital copy of 7Hues Magazine or a print copy. The purchase link will be posted on our Facebook page on the day of release, and will be posted on our website also. To get immediate updates and purchase information please like our Facebook page. www.facebook.com/7hues magazine

We pride ourselves as a collectable publication, proud to grace the finest coffee table and bookshelf. If your work has been published in our print issue, ask us and we will provide you with a high resolution PDF tear sheets, which you can print out for your portfolio.


NOTE: We do not provide free print copy’s. 7Hues Magazine is a Print on demand Magazine that is sold through magcloud.com. If your work has been published, Tares will be sent out two weeks after the release of the issue. If after two weeks you have not received your tars, contact us and we will forward them over.

Not all information and updates can’t be sent to everyone that is or has been associated with 7Hues Magazine as we don’t have everyone’s email.