Fashion Magazines

Allure (United States)
Another Magazine (United Kingdom)
Apparel (China, United States)
BiBi Magazine (United States)
Book Moda (Italy)
Book Moda Sposa (Italy)
Book Moda Uomo (Italy)
Brides (United States)
Cadena (Germany)
Children's Business (United States)
Collections Men (Germany)
Collections Women (Germany)
Collezioni Accessories (Italy)
Collezioni Baby (Italy)
Collezioni Bambini (Italy)
Collezioni Beachwear (Italy)
Collezioni Donna Complete (Italy)
Collezioni H.C. (Italy)
Collezioni P. à P. (Germany)
Collezioni Sports & Street (Italy)
Collezioni Sposa (Italy)
Collezioni Uomo (Italy)
Commons & Sense (Japan)
Cosmopolitan (Australia, Chile, Taiwan, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom, United States) Creation Lingerie (France) Dazed and Confused (United States) Detour (United States) Die Linie (Germany) Diva-Moda Intima (Germany)
Divos (Spain)
Doingbird (Australia)
Drapers Record (United Kingdom)
Earnshaws (United States)
Elegante (Italy)
Elle (Australia, Brazil, Canada, Taiwan, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, the Netherlands, Quebec, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, United States)
Esquire (Taiwan, Korea, United Kingdom, United States)
Event Alta Costura (Spain)
Event Pasarelas (Spain)
Fantastic Man Magazine (the Netherlands)
FashionClick (Spain)
Fashion Planet (United States)
Fashion Show (Italy)
Fashmod (United States)
Fjords (Norway)
Flare (Canada)
Focus On Style (United States) Footwear News (FN) (United States) GAP Press Collections Complete (Canada) GAP Press Men (Canada)
Glamour (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, United
States) Gotham (Australia)
Gothic Beauty Magazine (United States)
GQ (Australia, Germany, Japan, Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, United States)
Harper's Bazaar (Australia, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Russia, United
Kingdom, United States) Honey (United States) Impressions (United States) IMPULS Internazionale La Moda delle (Italy) In Fashion
InStyle (Australia, United States)
International Textiles-Bodywear (United Kingdom)
Kid's Wear (Germany)
La Piel (Italy)
L'Officiel 1000Models (France)
L'Officiel 1000 Models Accessories (France) L'Officiel 1000 Models Men (France) L'Officiel de la Couture et de la Mode (France) Lucire (New Zealand, Romania) Lucky (United States) Lumière (France) L'Uomo Vogue (Italy) Marfy (Italy)
Marie Claire (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China/Hong Kong/ Taiwan, Colombia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela)
Men's Fashion International (Germany)
Men's Vogue (United States)
Moda Linea Maglia (Italy)
Moda Linea Maglia Hosiery/Calze (Italy)
Modern Bride (United States)
Nylon (United States)
O32c (Germany)
Outdoor Business (United States)
Outerwear Magazine (United States)
Oyster Magazine (Australia)
Papermag's Stylin' (United States)
Pelle (Vogue Pelle Italy)
Purple (France)
Rendez-vous de la Mode (France) Rundchau Damen (Germany) Rundschau Herreb (Germany) SAZ-Sportfashion (Germany) Self Service (France) Sous-Fashion in Lingerie (Germany)
Sportswear International (France, Germany, Italy, United States)
Sposabella (Spain)
Style (Canada, Japan, United States)
Totem Fashion (France)
Town & Country (United States)
Vanity Fair (Italy, United Kingdom, United States)
V Magazine (United States)
V Man (United States)
Vogue (Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, United States) Vogue Bambino (Italy) W Magazine (United States) Zoom (United Kingdom)

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  • Fashion magazines —    The first publication to feature fashion was France s Le Mercure Galant in 1678. Fashion illustrations, in the form of fashion plates, depicted the latest in fashion trends and listed suppliers names. As interest in fashion steadily increased… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion advertising —    Fashion advertising can be traced back to fashion plates, which were introduced in France and England during the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These fashion illustrations were the first advertising vehicles used to sell clothing.… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion illustration —    The art of drawing costume images dates back to sixteenth century costume books that depicted regional and ethnic dress. Beginning in France and England during the seventeenth century and continuing through the eighteenth and nineteenth… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion editor —    This person is responsible for creating and/or supervising the fashion editorial content of print or electronic media, outlets such as fashion magazines, newspapers, television, or Internet sites. Fashion editors possess excellent journalistic …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion journalism — is an umbrella term used to describe all aspects of published fashion media. Sometimes referred to as fashion writers, fashion critics or fashion reporters. The most obvious examples of fashion journalism are the fashion features in magazines and …   Wikipedia

  • Fashion journalism —    This type of journalism is mainly defined as the communication of fashion information using a variety of means whether through trend related reportage or subjective commentary. Fashion journalists can cover fashion shows and events or write… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion journalist —    A person who covers fashion through any one of a number of media: magazines, books, periodicals, television, radio, Internet, and broadcast. Some of the most famous fashion journalists include Bill Cunningham, Carrie Donovan, Eleanor Lambert,… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion forecast service —    A company that specializes in predicting fashion trends, color, and silhouette direction to the fashion industry. These predictions, which are made more than a year in advance of products making it to the selling floor, cover multiple areas of …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion photographer —    A person who specializes in taking photographs of fashion for advertising or editorial purposes to appear in magazines, trade publications, catalogs, press kits, Internet, and elsewhere. Among the best known fashion photographers are Richard… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion Photojournalist —    A person who specializes in taking photographs of fashion for advertising or editorial purposes to appear in magazines, trade publications, catalogs, press kits, Internet, and elsewhere. Among the best known fashion photographers are Richard… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

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