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Enfants Terribles Magazine is about playing more and worrying less. 

Founded in Copenhagen (Denmark) in November 2013 Enfants Terribles Magazine has set out sails for an exiting journey into the land of online publishing. 

Enfants Terribles Magazine is the creative playground for handpicked creative souls from all over the world. We are building a playful and inspiring universe where you can always find an excuse to play. Grown ups must play too in order to keep that open heart and mind and Enfants Terribles Magazine is the result of a playdate that never ended. Søs Uldall-Ekman and Céline Hallas decided to go ahead with building their dream of an online universe, where they could combine their efforts, into making a platform for likeminded creatives from all over the world.

Being from backgrounds outside the classic publishing and fashion world, they chose the name Enfants Terribles, because they knew they would have to break a lot of unwritten rules in order to get to where they wanted. 
Every issue has a new story to tell. All contributors work with a single theme, that is explored with the eyes of a child, seeing somethingnew for the very first time. 

 
 

terrible children
one who acts unconventionally

French expression traditionally referring to a child who is terrifyingly candid by saying embarrassing things to adults, especially parents. However, the expression has drawn multiple usage in careers of art, fashion, music, and other creative arts. In these careers, it implies a successful "genius" who is very unorthodox, striking, and in some cases, offensive or rebellious. 

Classically, one who "thumbs their nose" at the establishment, or challenges it.