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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GQ (originally Gentlemen's Quarterly) is a monthly men's magazine focusing upon fashion, style, and culture for men, through articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, and books.

Country: Italy
City: Milan
Country: United Arab Emirates
City: Abu Dhabi
Country: Serbia
City: Beograd

The Latin woman's beauty fashion leader, Vanidades covers all the bases - from profiles of the top names in Latin culture to lifestyle tips to the latest beauty and fashion looks and trends. Plus, a look at today's hottest crossover Latina entertainers, from television personalities to top movie stars to the chart-topping recording artists.

Country: Mexico
City: Mexico City

Marie Claire is a monthly women's magazine conceived in France but also distributed in other countries with editions specific to them and in their languages. While each country shares its own special voice with its audience, the United States edition focuses on women around the world and several worldwide issues. The magazine also provides the reader with health, beauty, and fashion information in each issue. Readers can subscribe to it through the mail and online. The reality series, Running In Heels, follows three interns working in the NYC office of the magazine.

The theme for Marie Claire is “More than a Pretty Face”. The magazine gives readers information about different women around the world and their needs, struggles, and stories of life.

The goal of the magazine is to provide readers with a substantial amount of information about new looks in the fashion industry as well as current issues that women of the world are facing. Moreover, it also adds relationship information, along with a section dedicated to answering specific questions from readers. It provides information pertaining to different items of clothing and accessories, as well as which would be a better deal. Each month recognizes a particular female celebrity by placing her on the cover of the magazine and featuring her in a main article, along with providing monthly horoscope.

Country: Malaysia
City: Petaling Jaya

Cooler magazine provides an alternative to all the other bland magazines cluttering up women's market, with their repetitive size zero and celebrity-fuelled themes. Offering the latest in surf, snow, skate, bikes, and travel, and with a unique stance on fashion and style, it immediately sets itself apart. Its continued commitment to eco and ethical issues and championing of alternative icons, has allowed it to become a new alternative for independent women everywhere.

Country: United Kingdom
City: London

Black Magazine emerged in a flurry of black and white as a quarterly fashion, beauty, arts and culture magazine back in 2006. It is published from New Zealand, created by a network of friends and contributors around the world and in 2008 the publication went bi-annual. People often ask Rachael Churchward and Grant Fell, the founders of the magazine, about the title ‘Black,’ and their thinking was simple; “Black is the colour of New Zealand, black is the staple colour of fashion, black is the colour of the sand on the beach where we live at Muriwai, West Auckland, Aotearoa. Our national rugby team is called the All Blacks and our cat Oscar is, you guessed it, black.

The fashion and beauty contributions are all commissioned (Black does not take submissions) exclusively for Black Magazine. New Zealand, Australia, USA, UK and France are the primary locations for the magazine’s editorial content although stories have come from; Thailand, India, Italy, Japan, Polynesia, Holland, Canada, Hong Kong and many other places. Photography is king at Black Mag and current or past contributors include; Robert Erdmann, Derek Kettela, Michael Schwartz, Arnaldo Anaya-Lucca, Paul Empson, Arthur Belebeau, Johnny Gembitsky, Seiji Fukamori, Toshihiro Takaoka, James Demitri, Derek Henderson, Russ Flatt, Tim White, Craig Owen and many more. Fashion, Beauty and Creative Director Rachael Churchward’s strong stylistic ethic ensures that Black’s fashion editors are always at the top of their game – current or past fashion editors include: Alex Slavycz, Christian Stroble, Dean Voycovich, June Nakamoto, Kimi O.Neill, William Gilchrist, Katie Felstead, Zoe James, Imogene Barron, Wil Ariyamethe, Anda & Masha, Atip W, Karen Inderbitzen-Waller and more. Beauty is also high on the Black agenda and past or present contributors include: Sam McKnight, Kerry Warn, Sharon Dowsett, Valery Gherman, Ashley Javier, Dennis Goutsolous, Leon Gorman, Greg Murrell, Stefan Knight, Virginia Carde to name a few. Last but not least, Black has always sought quality models. Whilst quality isn’t always easy to come by down under, the magazine’s New York, London and Paris teams have ensured the list of models appearing in Black is of a high standard. Cover girls include: Valentina Zelyaeva, Ali Stephens, Heather Marks, Siri Tollerod, Constance Jablonski, Heidi Mount, Kemp Muhl, Rachel Alexander and Rosie Huntington-Whitely.

Black Is not gender-specific equally featuring women’s and men’s editorials and the past two issues have also featured a male cover. The magazine has a number of sections; Blackhearts and Blacklist (profiles), Black Beauty, Black Fashion, TalkBlack (interviews and features) and The Black End (page artworks, photography, travel). Black 11 is on sale NZ in October, Australia in November and UK, Europe and eastern USA pre Christmas and you will also see it here on F-Tape in October.

Country: New Zealand
City: Auckland
EH!

EH! is fun, fashionable and friendly! It's a magazine that calls out to readers with the latest in fashion, beauty and entertainment, written in Bahasa Malaysia. Approachable yet sleekly chic. EH!'s style mantra is clearly visible from cover to cover. The magazine's upbeat and vibrant style makes it the obvious choice for the young adult agend between 20 and 35, who prefers to read in Malay. EH! readers love the magazine's local and international celebrity news, fashion and beauty trend updates: as well as the health, sex and relationship advice. It's everything they need to know about life, love and fashion, in one hip package!

Country: Malaysia
City: Petaling Jaya

Vervegirl.com provides a social network allowing young women to experience and share life online. Share your feelings and stories through blogs, forums, rooms and chat. Get advice from articles and experts in beauty tips, latest fashion trends, health and fitness, career options, prom, study tips and lifestyle choices. Find out what is happening in the world of entertainment or browse the book club.

Country: Canada
City: Toronto

FHM, originally published as For Him Magazine, is an international monthly men's lifestyle magazine.

The magazine began publication in 1985 in the United Kingdom under the name For Him and changed its title to FHM in 1994 when Emap Consumer Media bought the magazine, although the full For Him Magazine continues to be printed on the spine of each issue. Founded by Chris Astridge, the magazine was a predominantly fashion-based publication distributed through high street men's fashion outlets.

Circulation expanded to newsagents as a quarterly by the spring of 1987. After the emergence of James Brown's Loaded magazine (regarded as the blueprint for the lad's mag genre), For Him Magazine firmed up its editorial approach to compete with the expanding market and introduced a sports supplement. It then went monthly and changed its name to FHM. It subsequently dominated the men's market and began to expand internationally.

The magazine is printed on high quality glossy paper and the photography is of high technical quality. FHM became one of the best-selling magazines in Britain during the mid to late 1990s, selling more than 700,000 copies per month by 1999.

FHM was sold as part of the publishing company sale, from EMAP to Bauer Publishing in February 2008.

Country: China
City: Beijing

Viva! is a magazine which covers the lives of national and international celebrities and VIPs. Filled with exclusive photos from well-known photographers, it also covers cultural and social events.

Country: Romania
City: Bucharest

Blanche Magazine is a biannual international magazine, sold in the United kingdom, France and HongKong. It explores Fashion, Contemporary Art, Photography, Design and Culture.

Country: France
City: Paris
Red

Red has gorgeous fashion you can wear, expert health and beauty advice, inspirational entertaining and ideas, plus intelligent writing on issues that matter to you.

Country: United Kingdom
City: Leicestershire

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