Arena Homme +

Published twice a year to coincide with the Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter collection, Homme Plus is the acclaimed bible of contemporary male style and consistently brings new energy to its market by covering not only designer clothes and accessories, but also the unsung icons and ideas which inspire them. It has established itself as an international forum in which leading photographers and writers can express new ideas and possibilities. That’s why so many men turn to it as an essential read, as well as a reliable seasonal source of wardrobe advice.

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The Spanish edition of the popular young men´s lifestyle magazine. With its entertaining humour and varied content, FHM provides news and sex-appeal.

This magazine is published under license from EMAP.

Country: Spain
City: Madrid

Viva.nl is an interactive site for women aged 20-35. The site is inextricably linked with the print magazine Viva; 83% of visitors to the site read the magazine. The forum is the high point of Viva.nl. Approximately 50,000 young women have signed up and chat to each other about relationships, sex, babies or social issues.

Viva.nl also keeps her readers up-to-date with the latest news, hot spots, fashion, beauty and travel trends. On the notice board visitors can buy and exchange second hand goods, start new clubs or look for accommodation.

Country: Netherlands
City: Hoofddorp

QVEST is a fashion magazine - published in Germany, international in scope and standard. QVEST covers fashion, design and culture competently and passionately. QVEST works together with authors, photographers, stylists and artists in New York, Tel Aviv, Paris, London and Berlin.

QVEST doesn't chase after trends. QVEST seeks out bold, innovative people, presents new, unseen images and fresh, relevant ideas. QVEST moves and motivates brands and markets, provides food for thought and action. QVEST (dis)covers the latest emerging seeds of the international avantgarde while preserving its history and context. QVEST presents what's hot on the world's hedonistic runways - and looks behind the scenes, too.

Since 2001, the magazine is published every three months in german and English. QVEST guarantees a high consumer exposure time and contact of up to four readers per issue.

Country: Germany
City: Cologne

Town & Country, formerly the Home Journal and The National Press, is a monthly American lifestyle magazine. It is the oldest continually published general interest magazine in the United States.

Early history

It was founded by poet and essayist Nathaniel Parker Willis and New York Evening Mirror newspaper editor George Pope Morris, as The National Press in 1846. Eight months later, it was renamed The Home Journal. After 1901, the magazine title became "Town & Country" and it has retained that name ever since.

Throughout most of the 19th century, this weekly magazine featured poetry, essays, and fiction. As more influential people began reading it, the magazine began to include society news and gossip in its pages. After 1901, the magazine continued to chronicle the social events and leisure activities of the North American landed aristocracy such as debutante or cotillion balls, and also reported on the subsequent "advantageous marriages" that came from people meeting at such social engagements.

The magazine's earlier readership initially consisted of members of the Establishment. This includes older wealthy families of New York, Boston Brahmins or those people in other parts of the United States whose surnames may have appeared in the Social Register.

Willis owned and edited the magazine from 1846 until his death in 1867.

Modern history

After Willis's death, the magazine went through several owners and editors until William Randolph Hearst acquired ownership in 1925. The first editor under Hearst ownership was Harry Bull. He edited the magazine from 1925 through 1949. Henry B. Sell became Bull's successor.

The magazine is still owned and published by the Hearst Corporation.

Today, the magazine is published monthly, and its readership is composed of mainly younger socialites, café society, and middle class professionals.

Most of the advertising copy in the magazine is for luxury goods and services. The feature articles and photography focus primarily on fashion, arts, culture, interior design, travel, weddings, parties, gala events and other interests and concerns of the upper class.

In May 1993, Pamela Fiori became the first woman editor-in-chief of Town & Country magazine. During her tenure, Fiori has been credited with increasing circulation in several ways, including making the magazine more fashion forward and, in recent years, making philanthropy more of a priority for the magazine.

Fiori also has pushed for more diversity in the magazine's coverage. In an effort to play down the magazine's perceived snobbish and elitist WASP, or preppy image, more celebrities have been showing up on the magazine covers, and there has been an increase in the number of articles showcasing the events and weddings of socially prominent persons of African-American descent, as well as the social activities of people of other ethnicities.

Spin-off

In September 2003, a spin-off magazine entitled Town & Country Travel appeared. It is published quarterly. In September 2007, Town & Country Travel launched a travel website, townandcountrytravelmag.com; its staff travel blog can be found here. There is a special edition of the magazine focusing on wedding planning. In the past decade, several etiquette, wedding and lifestyle guidebooks have also published by the magazine. Among the most recent books published by the magazine is "Modern Manners: The Thinking Person's Guide to Social Graces," released in 2005 and edited by Town & Country senior editor Thomas Farley.

Country: United States
City: New York

Ninsmoda covers fashion collection for zero to pre-teen. Focusing on Spanish designers creations and labels, but at the same time not ignoring the best of international childrenwear shows and market. It has beautiful photographs, ample countrywise coverage.

Country: Spain
City: Madrid
Country: Spain
City: Madrid
Country: Switzerland
City: Zurich

In five years Jack has gone from an idea talked about in the pub to a company that have put on live events, urban festivals, had a bi-monthly, A5 fanzine that grew into a monthly A4 glossy magazine and launched WJ online.

Today Who’s Jack is going from strength to strength, largely due to the attitude of its Editor, Louise Orcheston-Findlay and Dept Editor Laura Hills. Jack began because we wanted something more than what was already on offer, something attainable with aspirational visuals, something relatable and something lacking in arrogance. Something for the rest of us.

Country: United Kingdom
City: London

Since December 2005, PLAYBOY Argentina brings fresh air in the segment of men's magazines, a range of original lifestyle and entertainment, quality journalism written by the most prestigious in the country and the best nudes.

Country: Argentina
City: Buenos Aires

Every month, Marie Claire covers all the aspects of what it means to be a woman with great editorial and visual quality and ambition. Fashion, beauty, society and celebrities... Marie Claire informs, denounces, surprises and entertains the women who help the world move in a positive direction. Reportages are Marie Claire’s distinguishing feature worldwide. Marie Claire explores the intimacy and lives of women, through journalistic enquiries on both serious and light issues, as well as portraits of both famous and anonymous women. In fashion, Marie Claire represents a unique style: a combination of spectacular fashion that serves as inspiration, alongside advice by the editorial team, to create appropriation and make luxury accessible. Beauty in Marie Claire is expert and offers the latest discoveries in terms of innovation and pleasure, through in-depth enquiries and analyses, rich advice and shopping pages, and super-feminine visuals.

Country: Colombia
City: Puerto Rico

As seen in their choice of recent cover stars (James Franco, Rita Ackermann, Nate Lowman) Tokion has always had an instinct for new artists and a deep respect for established figures. Their art coverage is personal, intimate and definitive—they have had exclusive face-to-face interviews with legends such as Sophie Calle, Ed Ruscha and Nan Goldin; extensive, eclectic profiles on today’s biggest names, such as Olafur Eliasson and Terence Koh; and collaborations with Thomas Hirschhorn and Lizzi Bougatsos. The fashion is modern and glamorous, shot by top photographers such as Kenneth Cappello, KT Auleta, Magnus Unmar and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.

Founded as a cultural exchange initiative between the Japanese and American Street art scenes in 1996, Tokion kick-started a dialogue about contemporary art and culture that still resonates today. Their reputation had such an early impact that they quickly had cover stars such as Morrissey, Missy Elliott, Mark Gonzales and Iggy Pop, and included rare interviews with Vivienne Westwood, Sofia Coppola, Matthew Barney, Debbie Harry, Ralph Nader, Brian Wilson, William Gibson, James Brown and Dolly Parton.

Since the very first issue, Tokion saw a steady growth in sales and sell-through rates. Circulation and distribution awareness grew quickly, both in the U.S. and Europe. Tokion is found not only at newsstands, but also in exclusive stores and boutique hotels around the world.

Tokion’s editorial scope is constantly evolving. Their one-off creative projects, such as the “King of Doc” documentary film contest, and “Project”, their per-issue artist-and-reader collaborative series, connect them even further with their smart, sophisticated readers. Their Creativity Now conferences bring together some of the world’s most revered creative minds—among them, Brian Eno, Raymond Pettibon and Kim Gordon—for exciting cultural symposiums.

Above all, Tokion is committed to excellence as an independently-run magazine. Tokion is art and fashion done with due respect, and delivered in a beautiful package. Many of their readers collect Tokion assiduously, which highlights the relevance—both current and archival—that Tokion’s unique perspective provides.

Country: United States
City: New York
Country: Hong Kong S.A.R., China
City: Hong Kong
IKI

Online Fashion and art Magazine.

Country: Italy
City: Milan

Factice Magazine is a french, fashion and online (every two months) magazine.

The magazine and the website which accompanies it (www.facticemagazine.com) are proposed in English and French. Created in February 2011 by Julie Psaila, Factice Magazine has two objectives. The first is to offer a support and a freedom of expression to the strong personalities in the fashion industry but also to the new talents of today and tomorrow. The second is to give the speech to fashion industry’s actors through various interviews with photographers, models, stylists, designers, hair stylists and makeup artists on the website www.facticemagazine. com

Country: France
City: Saint Laurent du Var
Country: Luxembourg
City: Luxembourg

GLAMsterdam is a free bi-monthly glossy magazine published by Blue Mountain Media in the Netherlands. GLAMsterdam has the ultimate content for lifestyle, events, articles, music, art, trends and all things relevant for "Amsterdammers" and the Amsterdam area.

Country: Netherlands
City: Amsterdam

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