Prestige is a French monthly magazine that focuses on women's fashion, jewelry, and leisure. Prestige readers are mostly between the ages of 25 and 64. The magazine's headquarters are in Chebbak Baabda. It has also outposts in London, New York City, and Milan.
Founded in 1951 by Jean Prouvé, it was originally called "La Revue de la Mode." In 1955, it changed its name to "Prestige" when it was acquired by Pierre Grassou who managed to turn it into one of France's leading fashion magazines. In 1992, Prestige became a part of the Editis group which also publishes Le Monde and L'Express.
It is known for its exclusive interviews with high-profile celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Jennifer Lopez. Its cover models have included Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, and Brigitte Bardot.
In addition to fashion articles, Prestige publishes food reviews and recipes from famous chefs such as Alain Ducasse, Yves Camdeborde, Dominique Crenn, and Heston Blumenthal. It also includes sections on home design and entertainment news. Its target audience consists of wealthy and influential women who want to be up-to-date on the latest trends in fashion, food, and entertainment.
3. ABOUT Condé Nast Publications publishes Glamour, a women's magazine. It was founded in 1939 and initially published in the United States in April 1939 under the title "Glamour of Hollywood." It is aimed at women between the ages of 18 and 49, which is comparable to the age range of my brief. The print version is published 12 times per year, and the digital edition is available online every day.
The idea for the magazine came about when Condé Nast founder William Randolph Hearst bought the rights to film star Marion Davies' life story in 1938. He hired writer Elizabeth Wurtzel to do the job and she came up with the idea of doing a magazine about female beauty. Hearst liked this idea so much that he put him in charge of publishing it too!
Nowadays, Glamour focuses on topics such as fashion, beauty, health, and fitness but it used to be more scandalous - it even had an article on how to commit suicide without leaving a trace!
In addition to its print version, Glamour has an online version called GoMag. This website was launched in February 1995 and it now has more than 5 million unique visitors each month.
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Renaissance Magazine is a bi-annual fashion magazine as well as a web center. It was founded in 1993 by Michael Bugeja and ceased publication in 2002 when its parent company, IMAGE Publishing, went out of business.
Its tagline was "The Most Popular Magazine in America".
It was published in Chicago by Renaissance Media Group, a subsidiary of Image Entertainment. The last editor was Michael Bugeja. Its focus was on popular culture and entertainment, with special attention to music, movies, and television.
The magazine had a total circulation of approximately 1 million copies per issue. It was sold through newsstands, specialty stores, and via direct sales to consumers online.
Image Entertainment filed for bankruptcy protection on March 28, 2003. As part of the bankruptcy process, all of its media properties were acquired by private equity firm General Motors Corp.'s investment division General Motors Capital (GMC).
After the acquisition, Image began publishing magazines under the Modern Maturity and Redbook brands. However, due to low sales, both titles were cancelled within a year of acquisition.