Details

Details sets the trends that get people talking, breaking the stories that keep you in the know, ahead of the crowd, and at the forefront of the hottest fashion, celebrities, movies, music, ideas, technology, and issues of the day - long before everyone else!

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Country: Malaysia
City: Petaling Jaya

Launched in 2008, Dress To Kill magazine is a Canadian fashion quarterly for women and men who are fashion savvy.

They strive to bring innovative and creative fashion and beauty images to their readers by working with innovative talents who push the boundaries.

Dress To Kill profiles the best in art, fashion, beauty, design and music of the moment.

Country: Canada
City: Montreal

Numéro is an international fashion magazine published by the Groupe Alain Ayache. It has a circulation of 80,000. The womens publication has reached its 100th issue

Numéro was founded in 1998 by Elisabeth Djian, who is now the magazine's editor-in-chief. When asked why she created Numero, Djian commented, "I was bored with magazines that told me how to seduce a man. I wanted to create this magazine for an intelligent, smart woman who wants to read about art, design, music: not about stupidity - creams that take away wrinkles, you know, which is stupid."

Numéro has also got a separate publication for men, under the title of Numéro Homme.

Country: France
City: Paris
Country: United States
City: Los Angeles
Country: Spain
City: Barcelona
Country: Greece
City: Athens

Cool and glamourus magazine from Monaco is visual treat into the world of rich and famous, ultimate fashion, latest style, accessories, exotic places, fast cars and more. Full of hundreds of stunning photographs by world famous photographers.

Country: Monaco
City: MONTE CARLO
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

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.

Founded by Mino Pissimiglia in 1946, Estetica quickly established itself as the most informative publication at the forefront of the Italian hairdressing industry. It was successfully launched in Japan in 1958, followed by Peru, Latin America and The Middle East in 1962 - 1963. The launch of the first Italian-English International edition was heralded in 1977. Today, Estetica is published in 24 editions and distributed in 80 countries with a global circulation of over 270,000. Estetica, the market leader in specialised publishing, offers new product information, exhibition news, photo collections, step-by-steps, as well as the very latest in hair trends. The main section of the magazine, Estetica International, is common to all issues and is thus translated into 5 different languages. It offers an exciting preview of the very best in hair styles and fashion trends from around the globe. The front section of each edition is unique to the countries where it is issued and provides readers with essential information on product innovation, celebrity interviews and industry news as well as corporate advertising.

Country: Spain
City: Barcelona
Country: United States
City: New York
Country: United States
City: Los Angeles

Women's Health reaches a new generation of women who don't like the way most women's magazines make them feel.

Women's Health is for the woman who wants to reach a healthy, attractive weight but doesn't equate that with having thighs the size of toothpicks. They know that exercising and eating well will make you happier and stronger (even if after-work runs can really suck). That looking and feeling good have very little to do with cosmetics and high heels (though they can help you feel glamorous on a Saturday night). And that life can be stressful since there's never enough time, but balance is achievable (with a little help).

Most of all, WH focuses on what you can do, right now, to improve your life.

Country: Mexico
City: Mexico City
Country: Australia
City: Melbourne

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