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: Romania
City: Bucharest

Glass evokes a sense of clarity and simplicity, a feeling of lightness and timelessness; a source of reflection and protection.

Glass magazine aims to bring integrity and guardianship to creative culture, by providing access to the genuinely inspiring adventures in fashion, art, music and design that allow them to further imagine and create.

Like glass, the artistic realm can be fragile and fleeting, but is blessed with a beauty and power that they want to share with their readers.

All these elements subtly come together, just like grains of sand, to make their magazine. A simple, honest, thought-provoking journal of curated modern culture focusing on sustainable luxury in their sometimes over-whelming, complicated times.

Country: China
City: Hong Kong

Preview is the Philippines’ fashion authority. Its irreverent, eclectic mix of high and low fashion helps the Filipina hone her own personal style. As the purveyor of the latest trends, Preview has become the source of the most up-to-date passions of the different style tribes in terms of fashion, beauty, lifestyle and society.

Preview is an incubator of ideas. It is the young scene’s creative agenda. In its pursuit of pushing young Filipino talent, Preview has changed the face of local fashion magazines—bringing in breakthrough fashion, beauty and lifestyle features and editorials.

Personified, Preview is the archetype "it girl" who knows all the coolest people, hangs out in the most happening places and wears the best clothes and makeup. She’s friends with everyone and everyone likes her—everyone wants to be like her.

Country: Philippines
City: Manila

Lucire is a fashion magazine that originally began on the web in 1997, branching into a monthly print edition in its home country of New Zealand in 2004. It is the first fashion partner with the UNEP, an arrangement that began in 2003.

At its launch, it was the second online fashion title in New Zealand (after Wellington Polytechnic's Fashionbrat), and the first commercial fashion magazine on the web there. It claims to be the first fashion title to extend its brand from the internet into print, and the first website to launch print editions in more than one country. An unusual claim is that Lucire is the first national consumer publication in New Zealand to use exclusively typefaces designed and produced domestically.

Simone Knol edits the web edition, Laura Ming-Wong the "master" print edition in New Zealand. Summer Rayne Oakes was made the US Editor in 2007. Previous positions were staffed by Stevie Wilson, who served as US Editor-at-Large, Catherine Rigod, who filled the role of West Coast Editor and Richard Spiegel, who worked as a New York based photojournalist, among others. Lucire was founded by Jack Yan, who continues to serve as Publisher.

When conceived, the name was not intended to have a meaning; it was only later that the team discovered it was a quaint Romanian term meaning ‘to glitter’ and there is a similar word in Spanish meaning ‘to show off’.

In the early 2000s, Lucire covered new talent alongside more established names. It was one of the first publications to profile Zac Posen, New Zealand shoe designer Kathryn Wilson, MTV New Zealand presenter and former beauty queen Amber Peebles, and numerous others. In 2003, it was the second-ever New Zealand website to be nominated for a Webby Award.

It launched a Romanian edition (helmed by Mirella and Valentin Lapusca) in May 2005, claiming to be the first New Zealand fashion magazine to enter the continent, and the first webzine in the world to launch two print editions. The magazine is subscribed to throughout the world, including Australia, the United States, and various European nations.

Print edition cover girls have included Brittny Gastineau, Vanessa Carlton, Stacie Jones Upchurch, Nicky Hilton, Theodora Richards and Monica Gabor. New York photographers Barry Hollywood, Gray Scott and Jon Moe have contributed the greatest number of covers.

Country: Romania
City: Bucharest
Country: Spain
City: Madrid
Country: Denmark
City: Copenhagen

Fash­ion Jour­nal is the voice of urban style on the streets. Australia’s pre­mier free fash­ion mag­a­zine is the go-to guide for fashion-savvy trend-setters show­cas­ing the fresh­est blend of fash­ion with a uniquely local feel.

Reflect­ing the con­stantly evolv­ing world of youth and street fash­ion trends, FJ is renowned for expos­ing the most antic­i­pated design­ers our coun­try has to offer. Lus­cious adver­to­r­ial pages show­case the lat­est ranges and pieces while inspir­ing, fun fash­ion shoots bring to life the colour and trends of the season.

Fea­tur­ing both local and inter­na­tional design­ers this bi-monthly com­pendium has become the apoth­e­o­sis of street and high fash­ion since it strode down the pub­li­ca­tion cat­walk in 1991. Now dis­trib­ut­ing copies to over 1200 points includ­ing fash­ion bou­tiques, chain stores, cafes and hair salons nation­wide FJ is the most acces­si­ble guide to what’s hot right now in the world of fashion.

Country: Australia
City: Richmond

The Pink Ribbon magazine (PINK) is a stylish feel-good magazine radiating positive energy.

There is still a lot to be done in the field of breast cancer in terms of prevention, information and support. But PINK is and wants to achieve more than that. PINK is a feel-good glossy that will appeal to all women. Not only because of its content, but also because all proceeds go to the fight against breast cancer. With this annual magazine Sanoma Uitgevers hopes to be able to make a substantial contribution to a.o. research into breast cancer.

Country: Netherlands
City: Amsterdam

In Style provides a unique window on celebrity style distilled for discerning readers to enhance their own personal style. In Style ensures every fashion, beauty and lifestyle article inspires readers to shop from the pages and provides advertisers with the highest quality and most engaging monthly fashion/lifestyle magazine environment.

In Style, initially launched in the United States, is truly a global brand producing international editions in twelve countries including Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, Greece, South Korea, Spain, Russia, Turkey and South Africa.

Country: Spain
City: Barcelona

The Knot ( is the Internet’s most-trafficked one-stop wedding planning solution. Founded in 1996 to offer a much-needed alternative to the white-gloved, outdated advice of the available etiquette experts, The Knot has quickly become America's leading wedding brand reaching out to millions of engaged couples each year through our award-winning website, books, magazines, and broadcast offerings.

The brand’s trademark fresh voice and real-world sensibility can be found everywhere a bride looks: on newsstands in national and regional editions of The Knot magazine; in bookstores; in newspapers through Scripps Howard and McClatchy-Tribune News Services; online at major portals like MSN and Comcast; and on TV through original programming on the Style Network and a weddings-only, video-on-demand channel on Comcast Cable.

Country: United States
City: New York

Hairstyles is a title used for international editions of a professional hairdressing magazine originally published in Barcelona, Spain under the name Peluquerias. The founder of the magazine is Spanish hairdresser Lluis Llongueras.

Peluquerias is a monthly magazine that has been published since February 1969. Among other licensed editions, the Serbian edition named Hairstyles has been published since June 2002 as a bimonthly edition.

As of 2009, under the name Hairstyles, there are local editions in Serbia, Argentina, Italy and Turkey. Beside that, in past there were editions in Mexico, Dominican Republic and Croatia, but they ended with their publishing.

Country: Spain
City: Barcelona

Considered by the watch industry to be the best watch magazine in the world, Revolution is dedicated to connecting the traditional values of high-end watch making with the vibrant consumer culture of today. Revolution excels by combining in-depth, specialized information about high-end timepieces with the best in aesthetics and resources from lifestyle magazines.

Covering already the main watch markets worldwide, Revolution possesses today 8 editions: Hong Kong, Italy, Singapore, USA, Russia, Spain, China and Switzerland/France.

Country: Switzerland
City: Genève
Country: United Arab Emirates
City: Dubai
Country: China
City: Hong Kong