- In Style Magazine
Editor: Laura Brown
First issue date: June 1994
InStyle is a monthly fashion magazine for women which was founded in 1994. It is distributed in the USA by Meredith Corporation and in Australia by Pacific Magazines.
In addition to advertising, the magazine also features stories on topics such as beauty, fashion, home, entertainment, philanthropy and lifestyles of celebrities. Laura Brown is the current Editor-in-Chief, and Laura Frerer-Schmidt is the publisher.
Centered in the United States, InStyle has expanded its brand and, as of 2012, is globally distributing to over 16 countries including Australia, Germany, Brazil, Greece, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, South Africa, Romania and Russia. As part of a collaboration with an established weekly magazine, which featured Victoria Beckham on its inaugural cover, InStyle China was launched in May 2017. In 2018, the UK edition moved from paper to digital version, and after 10 years of publication the Polish edition was cancelled.
- Grazia Magazine
Editor: Silvia Grilli
First issue date: 1 October 1938
Grazia’s Italian version was first published in November 1938, in Mondadori. Modeling the publication on the Bazaar of the American weekly Harper. Grazia’s launch was a return to traditionalist traditions, such as cooking and child-rearing, in Italy. The magazine followed the Fascist policies and propaganda during the fascist rule in the country. The magazine was revived after World War II but its conservative stance persisted.
In July 2015 Grazia released an article that encouraged family pet breeding to make money to buy better furniture. This prompted international condemnation from animal lovers due to the number of unwanted pets that are killed each week in overcrowded shelters. Grazia was critical of a press statement by the British Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).
- Vogue Magazine
First issue date: 1892
Editors: Anna Wintour
Vogue is a lifestyle and design publication that covers many subjects including food, beauty, culture, living and runway. In the United States, Vogue started out as a weekly newspaper throughout 1892, before becoming a monthly publication years later.
The British Vogue was the first foreign publication that was published in 1916, while the Italian version Vogue Italia was declared the world’s top fashion magazine. As of today, the foreign editions are 23.
The magazine is packed with articles, tips and profiles from the world of style and fashion design not only to keep you advancing on the latest trends, but also to show you that there is a fascinating link between culture and fashion for a new outlook on how we wear and think about design.
- Glamour Magazine
First issue date: April 1939
Editors: Samantha Barry, Deborah Joseph
The magazine changed its name to Glamour in August 1943, with the work subtitled for the girl. The magazine will be distributed in a larger format than many contemporaries there. On January 8, 2018, it was announced that the new Glamour editor-in-chief would be Samantha Barry, formerly head of social media and digital media at CNN. It targets 18–49 women (with a median age of 33.5) and reaches a US subscription audience of 1,411,061 subscribers. Its circulation on newsstands is 986,447, making 2,397,508 of the total average distribution charged.
- Elle Magazine
Publisher: Carol Smith
First issue date: 21 November 1945
Elle (stylized ELLE) is a French-speaking worldwide lifestyle publication focusing on fashion, beauty, fitness, and entertainment. It was written by Hélène Gordon-Lazareff and her husband, the author Pierre Lazareff, in 1945. The word in French means “she” or “their.”
Elle was founded in Paris immediately after World War II and was first sold to France-Soir as a supplement, edited by Pierre Lazareff at the time. Hélène Gordon-Lazareff, visionary editor of Elle, returned from New York City to Paris to create a unique publication that grappled with the various forces that dominated women’s lives in France in 1945. In 1944, women gained the right to vote, and Elle immediately dived into long-form “newspaper-like” features about the role of women in national politics and the the feminist movement.
In addition to providing access of newsworthy career, political, and relationship issues, the magazine will also cover health & entertainment news.