Font Identity: Fashion Non-Profit

LanaJ's picture

Hi,

I'm currently working on building a website for a non-profit fashion organization's blog. Their primary audience is 90% 18-25, 70% female. I'm struggling with finding font options for them and was hoping for some help brainstorming, please.

BTW: the name should be MODA (the all-caps are necessary, apparently).

Thank you!

Karl Stange's picture

This common taxonomy linking a number of threads would be a good start for inspiration:

http://www.typophile.com/taxonomy/term/526

Other suggestions based on recent discussions here and recommendations from other Typophiles, and fonts that I very much like:

Vinter from Monokrom: https://monokrom.no/fonts/vinter

FF Pitu from FontShop: http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/fontfont/ff_pitu_pro/

Nick Shinn's picture

How about a détournement of the stereotype?
You could achieve this by playing it straight, except for using sketched versions of the classic fashion fonts.
Google “sketched font” > images.

5star's picture

Perlo and Perlo Slab are very nice versatile faces. Wonderful x height making it open and stylish too and can be fun to play with...

;)

n.

oldnick's picture

All caps may be necessary, but not nearly as much fun…

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/nicksfonts/la-moda-nf/

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