Is an award winning, independent and collaborative media focused on five great pillars: art, science, society, nature and culture. Producing high quality content with top creatives worldwide, ‘CAUSE brings an innovative point of view and offers a selection of image and ideas to empower minds, featuring, side by side, young talents and top professionals from different creativity areas. ‘CAUSE is a multiplatform content house that prints an acclaimed magazine twice a year, produces a dynamic website with editorials, articles, deep interviews and international coverage of fashion weeks, art fairs and festivals, creates branded content for international big players, commission, curate and license art series, and have expertise in producing events and experiences. Telling present stories and discussing the global future with help of powerful minds, ‘CAUSE is made for curious people.



The name " 'CAUSE  MAGAZINE" comes from the English word "because" and means "porque" in Portuguese. The word in itself intrigues for the simple fact that, most likely, human beings are the only living creatures on Earth capable of pondering about life's motives. 

Another reason that gives the magazine it's name, though, is the possibility of a double meaning. Beyond the explanation above, cause is a conjugation of the verb "to cause" in Portuguese and, being on the second voice of imperative mode, it urges us to really cause something. 

In that sense, the magazine might serve as an answer, an explanation or encouragement, it really doesn't matter. What we really want to do is to investigate the whys but also to awaken a certain energy in the readers, a chill, a will to look and walk ahead, to move, to let them be the agents of their own destinies. 

'CAUSE  MAGAZINE is, therefore, the result of several questionings and also of our will to move minds, promote attitudes and search for the novelty, even if we have to back in order to do so. We're the fusion os past, present and future. We're a toast to human creativity.





In 2015, Leticia launched the independent and collaborative magazine 'CAUSE MAGAZINE, acting as Journalist, Publisher, Creative Director and Publisher. Through the pages of 'CAUSE - which brings an innovative look on fashion, art, literature, science, technology and sustainability - great talents have been featured such as Valter Hugo Mãe, Ruy Ohtake, Edward Burtynsky, Levon Biss, Ney Matogrosso, OSGÊMEOS, thinkers like Sergio Besserman, Felipe Chaimovich, Luiz Alberto Oliveira, as well as international brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein, DSquared2 and Jaeger Le Coultre.

Winner of the 2017 Graphic Excellence Award and finalist to the Brazilian Fernando Pini 2017 Award, the journal brings together works by scientists, artists, designers, writers, creative and thinkers from all over the world. In 2017, 'CAUSE MAGAZINE's complete collection was purchased by the Library of Congress Acquisition Office in Rio de Janeiro, one of six international offices that acquire, catalog, preserve and distribute materials from different countries. It is the largest library in the world, as well as being the main research arm of the US Congress and the home of the US Copyright Office.

The five printed editions of THE NEW WORLD, DEATH AND LIFE, LOVE, ART and NATURE can be found in the best bookstores and newsstands in the country or HERE on the site!



Over almost three years of acting, 'CAUSE has evolved into a multi-platform Content House focused on five major pillars: art, science, society, nature and culture.

In 2018, ‘CAUSE was selected to join SXSW's Official Startups Marketplace, the world's largest festival of innovation, technology, film and music, held annually in Austin, USA, and is now working on its internationalization.

In less than 3 years 'CAUSE has published over 4,000 copyrighted images, more than 700 articles, had more than 2,000 contributors, covered more than 30 fashion weeks, art fairs and festivals around the world. It has partnered with cultural institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo, the Museum of Tomorrow, the Portinari Project and the São Paulo Dance Company. ‘CAUSE has also partered with environmental organizations such as UN Environment Brazil, Instituto Mamirauá, IPÊ and Instituto-E and major international players such as Google and The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.