|Women's Fashion Magazines Guide by Apparel Magazine|
Elle This magazine reports on emerging trends in fashion, beauty and style. Its visual core is surrounded by features, news and analysis of the larger world. Its articles feature information on culture, health, politics, art and relationships.
Flare Canada's national fashion, beauty and lifestyle magazine for young working women.
Glamour Articles and features on fashion, beauty, travel, life-style, decorating, entertaining, crafts and merchandise for young women. Description from Amazon: Glamour is the twentysomething woman's "Miss Manners" and charm-school bible, bursting at the seams with intimations, propositions, and warnings: how to dress for a dinner party, how to turn him on in five minutes, how to avoid the dreaded "fashion don't." Glamour's mission is to help the young woman trapped between Seventeen and Vogue find her way to becoming a happier, healthier, sexier gal. Unabashedly girly, including all the things we've come to expect from beauty and fashion mags--celebrity style gossip, hot trends in hair and makeup, quizzes, and quick fixes for everything from broken nails to fractured friendships--Glamour is girl talk, pure and simple. --Daphne Durham
In Style Articles about beauty, fashion, and media personalities. Create a personal style that's uniquely yours with inspiring ideas from In Style. Discover the best of fashion in every price range and expert beauty advice you can use to create your signature look. Enjoy tips for entertaining with style and intimate looks at your favorite celebrities - their homes, wardrobe, and personal beauty secrets.
Jane JANE is edited as a lifestyle magazine for a new generation of confident, media-savvy 18-34 year old women. It covers subjects relevant to today Ts young adult women, from computers to cars to entertainment to fashion and beauty, fiction, food, pop culture, politics, travel, sex, Internet and more. Description from Amazon : Leave it to Jane Pratt, the young maverick editor of Jane, to name a magazine after herself. Jane (her readers call her by her first name) and her best friends (who just happen to work at Jane) gossip about what to wear to that cool party, who is the gutsiest or wimpiest celebrity, or which cold medicine tops the road test ("Phlegm Be Damned"). The fashion pages freely mix designer wear--a Versace dress over a Gap T--which lends them a streetwise edge. Every issue bursts with chatty features with the usual girl stuff: clothes, makeup tips, food (but not diets!), movie stars' lives, music, and horoscopes, interspersed with serious social issues and liberal servings of addictive reader surveys. --Katherine Koberg
Marie Claire MARIE CLAIRE is a combination of features, fashion and beauty for the independent woman. Its editorial reflects all areas of the reader's life, providing the time-pressed woman with a mix of information. Description from Amazon: Sex, romance, shoes, lingerie, diet, guns, war--Marie Claire is a grab bag of hot issues for the modern woman. Combining a powerful feature on gun control laws with an article on the best lingerie to wear with low-slung jeans, Marie Claire proves that beauty magazines need not be all fluff and no substance. It provides one-stop shopping for the Cosmo woman craving a little more from her fashion magazine--the kind of woman who can talk politics while painting her nails and solving her relationship woes, all while on the treadmill. Yet for all its attempts to become a jill of all trades, Marie Claire remains a powerhouse in one field: beauty. From the hottest lip or polish color to the latest haircut, from the best tools of the trade to the must-have scent of the year, Marie Claire remains unsurpassed as the best source for beauty advice, and those pages alone are worth the cover price. --Daphne Durham
More MORE is edited for the smart, sophisticated 45+ woman, addressing the concerns of her life today with articles on health, style, money, family, home, travel, love, sex, entertainment and much more. The new magazine More celebrates the twenty "new" years women now have in the middle of their lives.
One2One Living One2One Living Magazine is an exciting magazine dedicated to the Single Life. It is the ultimate source on the best getaways for singles, the hottest trends, events and concerts, the coolest parties, entertainment reviews and lifestyle.(Fashion and Living Space)One 2 One Living provides readers with features on their favorite single celebrities and America's Most Eligible Singles in no-frills interviews and dating profiles. One2One Magazine brings readers tips on the latest happenings, as well as articles on how to attract the opposite sex and enjoy the single life to the fullest. It's your life--live it!
Self A magazine for women devoted to their overall physical and mental health. Feature articles, recent news of note on the beauty, medical, nutrition and style front, global beauty, body/mind, fitness, medical news, nutrition and style. Description from Amazon: Covering women's fitness, beauty, health, nutrition, and style in a breezy but authoritative tone, Self is a handbook for self-improvement. The magazine reads quickly, featuring loads of lists and short segments garnished with bright graphics and numerous product images. The exercise features are outstanding--clearly explained and illustrated moves accompany inspiring photos. Every issue contains creative routines and practical advice for staying motivated and preventing injuries. Self's signature "Flash" pages offer bite-sized bits of the very latest findings and trends for busy women. Usable features such as "Style Lab," in which wearable clothes are mixed and matched on nonmodels, and the "Eat-Right Road Map," with tips and healthful recipes, make this magazine more practical than the standard women's glossy. --Amy Horn
Shape SHAPE magazine is edited to deliver useful techniques and an understanding of fitness. Top experts from diverse fields of exercise, nutrition, psychology and beauty join forces with nationally known journalists to make each issue a how-to manual for a healthful lifestyle. A magazine devoted to mind and body fitness for women. Articles on exercise, sports and adventure, fashion and beauty, mind/body health, diet and nutrition and consumer information.
Vibe Vixen Vibe Vixen is the first magazine exclusively for trendsetting women whose love for urban music and culture inspires her choices in beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. A spin-off of Vibe magazine, Vibe Vixen is published exclusively for trend-setting women whose love for urban music and culture inspires their choices in beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. Issues include interviews with female artists, music reviews, and feature articles on fashion trends, urban culture, new products, and more.
Vogue Covers fashion, beauty, health, fitness, travel, entertainment and other areas of interest to today's woman. Description from Amazon : Vogue lives by the maxim that you can't be too rich or too thin--or have too many ad pages. But the glossy spreads of broomstick-thin supermodels draped in Prada and Chanel, and the endless pages of ads for the finest clothes, accessories, and makeup the beauty industry has to offer, help make it the leading magazine of women's style. Fashion is the main event, but every issue attends society parties, goes inside the home of a celebrity designer, and travels to an exotic resort or vacation spot. Like Playboy, Vogue is a magazine you can claim to read because the articles are good. Famously, the September fall fashion issue can easily top 700 pages. --Katherine Koberg
Working Mother A magazine aimed at the working mother that includes articles on recent news of note, food and nutrition, features on children of different ages, work and money and taking care of yourself. This magazine is edited for career-committed working mothers who have made the decision to raise a family while pursuing their personal growth to manage a successful career. The magazine provides advice on child care, children's education, growth and development, health and well-being, personal health, fashion and beauty, career options, work/family issues, family finances, food and nutrition.
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