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Country: Croatia
City: Zagreb

Russian Vogue is published in Russia by Conde Nast. Originally published ten times a year, in 2002 it became a monthly. The editor-in-chief is Aliona Doletskaya and the art director is Brendan Parker. It is printed in the UK or Germany for export. Russian Vogue uses big-name photographers as well as Russians regularly in their visual editorial work. While the paper is of a better quality than American Vogue, the printing looks very similar, but at a higher resolution. Their covers are highly original and unlike any other on the market, with rather hard photography and close up shots that might not be considered cover material elsewhere. As a result, they stand out and are very lively and interesting. Well, judge for yourself! Most of the inside photo editorials are also very individual and stand on their own. However, every month they often feature at least one reprinted series that was used previously in other international Vogue's, especially the American edition. Advertising is minimal to good, with big advertisers like Gucci and Cerruti as well as many Russian cigarette ads. Vogue Russia began publishing with the September 1998 issue.

Country: Russia
City: Moscow

Amica is a new project , that’s complete from top to bottom. Fashion and news aren’t mutually exclusive. Fashion is news particularly for those who love it enough to buy a monthly magazine dedicated to the subject. Fashion reflects and draws its inspiration from current events.

Amica is journalism. It interprets the traditional themes of women’s magazines -- fashion, beauty, health -- from a whole new perspective. Its coverage spans the most traditional lifestyle themes right through to fashion, with intriguing exposés on the latest trends, fads and pleasures, without overlooking who’s hot or the world of men.

Amica is the reader's confidant,a friend who, with a tone that’s sometimes playful and self-effacing, explores the world of the female identity.

Fashion is the star of Amica.

Amica talks fashion and shows fashion through the work of exceptional photographers who capture the most select clothes and styles.

Amica's graphic design is the work of an in-house design team. This guarantees that the design will grow with the magazine, while remaining true to its principles of elegance, simplicity and a choice of images that must always spark the reader’s imagination.

Amica is aimed at an educated and inquisitive readership. Readers who use more than one source for information, who can interpret issues for themselves, and who are able to appreciate irony and a touch of fun.

Country: Italy
City: Milan

Lucire is a fashion magazine that originally began on the web in 1997, branching into a monthly print edition in its home country of New Zealand in 2004. It is the first fashion partner with the UNEP, an arrangement that began in 2003.

At its launch, it was the second online fashion title in New Zealand (after Wellington Polytechnic's Fashionbrat), and the first commercial fashion magazine on the web there. It claims to be the first fashion title to extend its brand from the internet into print, and the first website to launch print editions in more than one country. An unusual claim is that Lucire is the first national consumer publication in New Zealand to use exclusively typefaces designed and produced domestically.

Simone Knol edits the web edition, Laura Ming-Wong the "master" print edition in New Zealand. Summer Rayne Oakes was made the US Editor in 2007. Previous positions were staffed by Stevie Wilson, who served as US Editor-at-Large, Catherine Rigod, who filled the role of West Coast Editor and Richard Spiegel, who worked as a New York based photojournalist, among others. Lucire was founded by Jack Yan, who continues to serve as Publisher.

When conceived, the name was not intended to have a meaning; it was only later that the team discovered it was a quaint Romanian term meaning ‘to glitter’ and there is a similar word in Spanish meaning ‘to show off’.

In the early 2000s, Lucire covered new talent alongside more established names. It was one of the first publications to profile Zac Posen, New Zealand shoe designer Kathryn Wilson, MTV New Zealand presenter and former beauty queen Amber Peebles, and numerous others. In 2003, it was the second-ever New Zealand website to be nominated for a Webby Award.

It launched a Romanian edition (helmed by Mirella and Valentin Lapusca) in May 2005, claiming to be the first New Zealand fashion magazine to enter the continent, and the first webzine in the world to launch two print editions. The magazine is subscribed to throughout the world, including Australia, the United States, and various European nations.

Print edition cover girls have included Brittny Gastineau, Vanessa Carlton, Stacie Jones Upchurch, Nicky Hilton, Theodora Richards and Monica Gabor. New York photographers Barry Hollywood, Gray Scott and Jon Moe have contributed the greatest number of covers.

Country: United States
City: New York

VERY ELLE is published twice a year and features work by a slew of new artists and photographers as well as interviews with personalities and editorial surprises.

VERY ELLE was launched together with VERY ELLE.FR, an innovative and creative e-magazine and a natural extension of this new adventure.

Country: France
City: Paris
WSJ

Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Magazine features the business of luxury and discerning lifestyle content. It is relevant to the Journal's readers, who are the world's most powerful and influential consumers. It acts as an escape and inspiration for their diverse and sophisticated lives.

Reaching the largest number of affluent consumers globally, Wall Street Journal Magazine is the World's Largest Luxury Magazine.

Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Magazine features and profiles of tastemakers in the worlds of fashion, business, design and culture, as well as travel destinations and food trends. Breaking news, investigative reporting, business coverage and features from The Wall Street Journal.

Country: United States
City: New York

The latest in trends and dresses, 1001 ideas to surprise, dreamy detail and weddings in style.

Weddings in style, tips for brides, bridal shops, wedding dresses, wedding looks, beauty tips and makeup wedding.

Country: Spain
City: Madrid
Country: Turkey
City: istanbul

Plaza Magazine International is an international publication, focusing on design, interior decoration and fashion with a "hip" Scandinavian perspective. Plaza Magazine is published 6 times per year by Plaza Publishing Group AB, and is sold is over 40 countries world wide. Plaza Magazine was founded in 1994.

The 200+ page magazine contains articles on fashion, design and interiors geared for the rich and glamourous. The magazine contains many ads from well-known houses such as Armani, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Rolex, Breitling, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Corneliani and Chopard. Plaza Magazine can be difficult to find, especially outside of the most major American and European cities.

The magazine interviews people from all over the world for its articles, including designers, architects, Hollywood stars, musicians, house owners, company executives and story characters such as Harry Potter/Dr.Seus/Bart Simpson. With a prize- nominated design and in co-operation with the best - both Swedish and foreign - photographers and their teams they offer world-class pictures. Most of magazines photographers work for leading interior and fashion magazines all over the globe.

Plaza Magazine International is distributed and sold in over 40 countries all over the world.

Country: United Kingdom
City: London

FACTORY isn't printed anymore; was formerly known as Tokion.

The magazine was started in 1996 by Lucas Badtke-Berkow and Adam Glickman, two American expatriates living in Japan, as a cultural bridge between Japan and the United States. In 1998, Tokion opened an American office in Los Angeles. In 2000 it moved into a retail space/office in New York City, while maintaining a retail space/office in Tokyo. While in New York, the magazine's focus shifted from Japanese-influenced content to street culture aesthetics and then to a more global arts magazine featuring interviews with recognized artists such as Lou Reed, Richard Prince, James Brown, Francesco Clemente, Roger Corman, Ed Ruscha and Jeff Koons, while continuing to cover up-and-coming artists such as Harmony Korine, Miranda July, Cory Arcangel and Simone Shubuck. In 2007 Kate Sennert was named editor-in-chief.

In 2002, Badtke-Berkow sold the magazine to Glickman. Badtke-Berkow began publishing Paper Sky and Mammoth magazines in Japan, while Glickman began publishing Japanese and US editions. In 2005, the Japanese edition was sold to Infas Publishing Company. In 2006, the American edition was sold to independent publisher Larry Rosenblum. In 2009, Tokion and Creativity Now were sold out of foreclosure to Donald Hellinger, president of Nylon Holding, Inc., who later closed the magazine.

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