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Marie Claire 2 France

The fashion spirit through accessories.

A biannual edition, Marie Claire 2 offers a host of fashion accessories and brings readers directly into contact with luxury and beauty. Both unimportant and useful, loyal and silent companions of our dreams and our secret moods, accessories have found their expression and wrapping. How indispensable!

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ELLE became the world's largest fashion magazine by suggesting but never prescribing; by offering a rich mix of high and low; and above all by leading the reader to discover her personal style.

A mission is nothing if not a promise: ELLE pledges that even while we change—as every living thing must—we will never lose our intelligence, our wit, our cool, and our ability to be just a little ahead of the times.

Country: Argentina
City: Buenos Aires

What is World magazine all about? It’s a celebration of style. It’s about presenting high-quality local and international content, along with premium advertising, to high-end readers. World’s unique controlled circulation model allows the magazine to be distributed directly to the people who buy the luxury products advertised within it.

World celebrates style through a rich mix of content, including exclusive Fashion and accessories; Travel; and luxury Motoring. World showcases fashion collections from the world’s leading houses, together with designer jewellery, timepieces and new products from top beauty houses chosen by Collections Editor Debra Hope. Features, edited by Tom Hyde, and Travel, by Patrick Smith, bring inspirational people, places and fine accommodation to life. Wine Editor John Hawkesby, Motoring Editor

David Linklater and Gourmet Editor Connie Clarkson add further editorial integrity.

World production values are of the highest standard. Weighing in at around 1kg, this 240-page magazine uses 115 gsm matt art paper, which ensures crisp advertisement print quality, zero show-through and a finished magazine that will retain the high-quality look and feel expected of a coffee-table product.

Country: New Zealand
City: Auckland
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Country: Germany
W

Go behind the runways with W and sit front row at the world's hottest shows. Get the first looks at the most fabulous fashion.

In each issue of W, you'll get:

* Fashion that is elegant, opulent, and colorful

* Society, couture, accessories, parties

* People, beauty, travel, Hollywood, home. All like you've never seen them before.

W is a monthly American fashion magazine published by Condé Nast Publications, who purchased original owner Fairchild Publications in 1999. The magazine is an oversize format – ten inches wide and thirteen inches tall. Patrick McCarthy is its chairman and editorial director. McCarthy has previously worked for Women's Wear Daily, the sister publication of W. Nina Lawrence is the vice president and publisher of W. W magazine has a reader base of nearly half a million, 469,000 of which are annual subscribers. 80 percent of the magazine's readers are female and have an average household income of $135,840.

Often the subject of controversy, W magazine has featured stories and covers which have provoked mixed responses from its intended audience. In July 2005, W produced a 60-page Steven Klein portfolio of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt entitled "Domestic Bliss". The shoot was based upon Pitt's idea of the irony of the perfect American family; set in 1963, the photographs mirror the era when 1960s disillusionment was boiling under the facade of pristine 1950s suburbia.

Other controversial issues include Steven Meisel's shoot entitled "ASexual Revolution," in which male and female models (including Jessica Stam and Karen Elson) are depicted in gender-bending styles and provocative poses. In addition, Tom Ford's racy shoot with Steven Klein and the accompanying article on sexuality in fashion came as a shock to some loyal readers. During the interview, Ford is quoted as saying "I've always been about pansexuality. Whether I'm sleeping with girls or not at this point in my life, the clothes have often been androgynous, which is very much my standard of beauty." Steven Klein also was the photographer for the racy photo shoot featured in the August 2007 issue, showcasing David and Victoria Beckham. Bruce Weber produced a 60-page tribute to New Orleans in the April 2008 issue, and shot a 36-page story on the newest fashion designers in Miami for the July 2008 issue. Most of W's most memorable covers are featured on the W Classics page on the magazine's website.

W is also known for its coverage of American and European society. Many of these society luminaries, as well as the elite of the entertainment and fashion industries, have allowed W into their homes for the magazine's W House Tours feature, including Marc Jacobs, Sir Evelyn Rothschild and Imelda Marcos.

Country: United States
City: New York

www.southmagazine.com is the one-stop resource for all you need to know to get the most out of visiting and living in Savannah. With full-length articles, online exclusives, a thriving blogging community and comprehensive Guides to dining, entertainment, accommodation, shopping and local traveling, www.southmagazine.com is a fun and sophisticated digital handbook to embracing and enhancing the lifestyle of the contemporary Southerner.

Country: United States
City: Georgia
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: South Africa
City: Cape Town

Vogue is the fashion authority. Setting the standard for over 100 years has made Vogue the best selling fashion magazine in the world. Each issue delivers the latest in beauty, style, health, fitness and celebrities. Before it's in fashion, it's in Vogue!

Vogue was founded as a weekly publication by Arthur Baldwin Turnure in 1892. When he died in 1909, Condé Nast picked it up and slowly began growing the publication. The first change Nast made was that Vogue appeared every two weeks instead of weekly. Nast also went overseas in the early 1910s. The magazines number of publications and profit increased dramatically under Nast.

In the 1960s, with Diana Vreeland as editor-in-chief and personality, the magazine began to appeal to the youth of the sexual revolution by focusing more on contemporary fashion and editorial features openly discussing sexuality.

Vogue also continued making household names out of models, a practice that continued with Suzy Parker, Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton, Lauren Hutton, Veruschka, Marisa Berenson, Penelope Tree, and others.

In 1973, Vogue became a monthly publication. Under editor-in-chief Grace Mirabella, the magazine underwent extensive editorial and stylistic changes to respond to changes in the lifestyles of its target audience.

The current editor-in-chief of American Vogue is Anna Wintour, noted for her trademark bob and her practice of wearing sunglasses indoors. Since taking over in 1988, Wintour has worked to protect the magazine's high status and reputation among fashion publications. In order to do so, she has made the magazine focus on new and more accessible ideas of "fashion" for a wider audience. This allowed Wintour to keep a high circulation while discovering new trends that a broader audience could conceivably afford.

Wintour's presence at fashion shows is often taken as an indicator of the designer's profile within the industry.

In 2003, she joined the Council of Fashion Designers of America in creating a fund that provides money and guidance to at least two emerging designers each year. This has built loyalty among the emerging new star designers, and helped preserve the magazine's dominant position of influence through what Time called her own "considerable influence over American fashion. Runway shows don't start until she arrives. Designers succeed because she anoints them. Trends are created or crippled on her command."

Country: United States
City: New York
Country: Spain
City: Barcelona
Country: Brazil
City: São Paulo
Country: Brazil
City: São Paulo
Country: United Kingdom
City: London

Kid’s Wear, established in 1995, is a magazine for children's fashion, lifestyle and culture which is unique anywhere in the world. Twice a year, for the beginning of each fashion season, the world's best photographers and many of today's eminent photographic artists interpret fashion and contemporary lifestyle over 250 pages.

Kid’s Wear has an international outlook and an international readership, appearing in German, English and Italian. The magazine is published by renowned photographer Achim Lippoth.

Country: Germany
City: Cologne

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