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Country: Italy
City: Milan
Country: Spain
City: Madrid

With a fresh new look and more news content, practical business advice than ever before, Professional Beauty provides you with all the information you need to grow your business and make it a success.

Country: United Kingdom
City: London

WWD is the media record for senior-level executives in the global fashion, retail and beauty industries.

Country: United States
City: New York

When luxury is everything, ICON is Singapore's first and most-established Chinese luxury lifestyle magazine. A style guide for the rich and famous and The voice for Singapore's bilingual elites, ICON features an irresistible mix of international and local events, up-to-the-minute fashion and beauty news, glamorous lifestyles of the uber-high-fliers, essential reads, and much more. ICON also publishes an annual watch and jewellery guide, ICON Moments, and licenses ICONs Malaysian edition to Blu Inc Media Sdn Bhd.

Country: Singapore
City: Singapore
Country: Luxembourg
City: Luxembourg
Country: United States
City: New York

CLEO is an Australian, New Zealand, South African, Malaysian, Singaporean, Thailand and Indonesian women's magazine.

Aimed at an older audience than the teenage-focused Dolly, the magazine is most famous for its CLEO Bachelor of the Year award.

CLEO was the first Australian women’s magazine to feature non-frontal nude male centrefolds in 1972, with Jack Thompson as the magazine's first Playmate of the Month. Other playmates were Alby Mangels, Eric Oldfield, Peter Blasina and the band Skyhooks. The centrefold feature was discontinued in 1985, the last being a bare-chested picture of Mel Gibson. The centrefold feature was reinstated in 2005 as a permanent feature of the magazine and has featured such celebrities as Daniel MacPherson, Jake Wall, Michael Sullivan, Shane Watson, Jamie Brooksby, Michael Witt and Koby Abberton.

Country: New Zealand
City: Auckland
Country: France
City: Levallois-Perret

TIME Style & Design is a targeted edition reaching TIME's most affluent and style-savvy readers — subscribers handpicked based on their income levels and interest in fashion, style and design.

TIME Style & Design delivers four oversized, glossy issues to an audience committed to a certain lifestyle. Apparel, jewelry, accessories, travel, high-end business services, automotive — you name it — luxury goods and services have a new home in TIME Style & Design.

From TIME Magazine and Managing Editor Kate Betts, TIME Style & Design presents the news through a sophisticated, journalistic eye and serves as the reader's guide to the increasingly influential worlds of style and design. From fashion to architecture to industrial products, design is an inextricable feature of their daily lives — one that tells us who they are both individually and collectively. Through in-depth reporting and cutting-edge visuals, TIME Style & Design explores these topics in an effort to shed light on the way we live and interact.

Country: United States
City: New York

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.

GLITTER is a women’s magazine featuring fashion, beauty, love, marriage, work and lifestyle for those who want to “glitter” forever. “Regardless of age,” GLITTER advertising says, “many women wish to stay young and look beautiful. GLITTER supports all women who believe in free style of living and enjoy everyday life.”

Country: Japan
City: Tokyo

Romantic, traditional, unusual, classic, trendy, for the best interpretation of the ceremony, but also to organize every detail, a guide full of ideas. The fashion is just one of the topics of the magazine, because a marriage is recognized by all: the atmosphere of the ceremony, the style of drink, the choice of a box or a floral decoration, the exclusivity of the honeymoon. Vogue Bride offers its advice to the sophisticated woman who wants to make the most beautiful day of her life. Vogue Sposa, a unique and irreplaceable magazine.

Country: Italy
City: Milan

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