The Media page on The Style Page has undergone major changes.
The media page links to three major publishers of lifestyle magazines in the U.S:
Conde Nast - publishers of Allure, Architectural Digest, Cargo, Lucky, Vogue, and Domino, the shopping magazine for the home, which will debut in April 2005. Conde Nast is already seeking charter subscribers on the basis of a sneak peak into a few of the pages of Domino.
Time Inc. - publishers of InStyle, People, REAL SIMPLE, Southern Living, Sunset, and of course, Time.
Hearst Corporation - publishers of Cosmo, Marie Claire, O (Oprah), and SHOP Etc. While I was critical of SHOP Etc., it's growing on me, even though their style is still too frou-frou for me. I bought the first three issues at the newsstand, and then decided that it was time to subscribe.
The media page features links to Fashion and lifestyle coverage from major newspapers, such as the International Herald Tribune, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Telegraph (UK). Please note that access to online coverage for these publications might require registration or even a paid subscription.
Finally, the media page features links to "new" publishing ventures, such as femail.co.uk (featuring Trinny and Elizabeth of BBC's What Not to Wear), handbag.co.uk, and MochaSofa from Canada.
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I hope that you like the updates to the Media page. You can subscribe to many of the magazines listed here through amazon.com.