About Posh Seven Magazine
Who We Are
POSH SEVEN Magazine is the region’s only lifestyle magazine designed exclusively for women who live in and around Loudoun County. Our success is driven by our unique approach to publishing: Our content is 100% reader-generated, hyper-local and continually relevant to our readership. POSH SEVEN Magazine is not only a magazine but is tied inseparably to the communities that we cover. We pride ourselves in our link to the pulse of the suburbs and continually explore new and innovative ways to bring our message to our readers.
Hulya Aksu started I AM Modern Magazine in 2007, after moving to the DC suburbs from Atlanta. While searching for a new pediatrician, Hulya found that there was a discernible lack of dependable information concerning local businesses that offer services relevant to the lives of local moms. After some thought, Hulya decided to be that source of information in the area, and I AM Modern Magazine was born.
Keep It Local
POSH SEVEN Magazine is committed to being the voice for suburban women. POSH SEVEN Magazine is 100% reader generated. Our stories are our readers’ stories. Our content is hyper-local and addresses subjects and themes that are uniquely relevant to our readership.
Fueled By Social Media
At POSH SEVEN Magazine, our finger is on the pulse of our communities. POSH SEVEN is fueled by social media. Whether the platform is Facebook or Twitter, you can rest assured that POSH SEVEN Magazine is present and leading the way.
POSH SEVEN Magazine is committed to sustainable, responsible printing. We use soy-based inks and biodegradable paper.
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