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Deliciae Vitae

Deliciae Vitae: for men of the world In 1983, aged 18, I approached one of Europe’s leading publishers of adult material with my idea for a stylishly superior men’s publication. I knew there was a market for an international magazine that was classy, luxurious and sexy but which was fundamentally not about porn. I mean if that's all you want you can get it anywhere, right? They laughed me out of the building...

Another 18 years on, the culture of photography and publishing has come a very long way. Having worked as a fashion designer for much of the intervening period I've been struck how much fashion, and particularly fashion photographers have embraced sex and sexuality in advertising and editorial fashion shoots for men and women.

Ultimately, as the fashion industry knows very well, it's the image - the way someone (or something) is photographed - that makes them desirable. The medium - as they say - is the message. Which explains why certain fashion photographers have become as famous as film directors.

Deliciae Vitae is an independent bi-annual publication, of deliberate, unashamedly luxurious excess. Autonomous and unconstrained in a world of ever more increasing conglomerate fashion.

In this, its first issue, beautiful women from across the globe are photographed by the very best fashion and art photographers to give pleasure to the most sophisticated of palates. But such sophistication is indulged just as much by fine writing. So look out for features on the eternal sexual chemistry of champagne, the elitist joys of supersonic travel or the return of the ultimate pop playboy Bryan Ferry. Deliciae Vitae is not meant to appeal to everyone. But then, you're not everyone, are you?

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CosmoGirl was an American magazine based in New York City, published from 1999 until 2008. The teenage spin-off of Cosmopolitan magazine, it targeted teenage girls and features fashion and celebrities. It was published ten times a year and reached approximately eight million readers before folding. The last issue was December 2008. Subscribers instead received issues of fellow Hearst publication, Seventeen.

The magazine was founded by Atoosa Rubenstein, who was asked to create a mock issue. She repeatedly scrawled the word "Girl!" in bed using fuchsia lip gloss for use on the magazine cover. When she and her husband woke up, they were covered in lip gloss.

Ann Shoket was the executive editor before leaving the magazine to replace Atoosa Rubenstein as the editor-in-chief of fellow Hearst magazine, Seventeen. The last editor-in-chief was Susan Schulz, who was reassigned to special projects at Hearst Magazines.

Like Elle Girl magazine, which closed in 2006, CosmoGirl will be continuing their website

Country: United States
City: New York
Country: Germany
City: Munich

From constantly updating fashion and beauty shopping coverage on our daily blogs to how-to style advice to the best deals and giveaways, Luckymag.com is where the American shopper looks first online to find and buy the very best of style right now.

Country: United States
City: New York

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

Be inspired, empowered and informed with each issue of WellBeing. With a focus on health and spirituality, WellBeing brings together experts to provide helpful and timely information on how to achieve a happy, healthy, well-balanced lifestyle. Enjoy precious 'you time' whenever you dive into Australia's leading natural health magazine.

Country: Australia
City: Sydney
Country: Italy
City: Milan

Domino was a magazine published from 2005 to 2009 by Condé Nast Publications. Domino, whose official tag line was "the guide to living with style", was said to be for the woman who “wants to have fun on the never-ending search for items for her home.” It was targeted to women with median age of 37.2 and median household income of $103,500.

On January 28, 2009, Condé Nast announced that it would cease publication of Domino and its website. In its closing web comments, the editors reported that in a down economy advertising revenues couldn't keep up with expenses.

Launched by Condé Nast in Spring 2005, domino was a style magazine centered on the home. In its first year, domino was honored with every media award for the best new magazine, including The Hot List Startup of the Year by Adweek, Top Launch of the Year by Media Industry Newsletter and The A-List 10 under 50 by Advertising Age. In its third year, the magazine grew to a rate base of 800K. It received two National Magazine Award nominations from the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). In October 2008, domino released its first book, domino: the book of decorating, published by Simon & Schuster.

Country: United States
City: New York

This is Grazia’s first international edition and Bulgaria’s best-selling fashion magazine, characterized by a sustainable formula and flexible structure. Fashion and beauty are treated as a priority, focusing on what’s happening at the moment. The covers are mainly dedicated to local celebrities.

Country: Bulgaria
City: Sofia
UCE

UCE is a 100% digital "eco-luxurious" magazine dedicated to fashion, design and culture.

sleek provides a platform for the most significant visual disciplines of our time – contemporary art, photography and fashion. sleek is monothematic and bi-lingual (German and English). Each issue’s theme is composed of two concepts which form an antithesis or create a tension between one another.

Founded in Hamburg, Germany, in 2002, sleek moved to Berlin in 2005 and currently has offices in New York (fashion), Berlin (art) and Hamburg (distribution). Since being the highest placed independent newcomer at the Lead Awards, sleek has regularly been honoured at the Lead Awards, the ADC Awards, Freelens Award and with other prizes.

Country: Germany
City: Berlin

Collezioni Beachwear, Italian fashion magazine, is committed to the hottest, trendiest and most stunning beachwear, swimwear and underwear for women and men. In amazingly color photographs it covers ramp collections from fashion capitols of the world like New York, Milan, Paris, London, Brazil and Spain etc. Top designers and prestigious labels from all over the world showcase their newest line of beach clothing, shoes and accessories.

Country: Italy
City: Modena

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