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InStyle

InStyle
Editor Ariel Foxman
Categories Celebrity, human interest, news
Total circulation
(2013)
1,810,539 (US)[1]
146,507 (UK)[2]
First issue June 1994
Company Time Inc.
Country United States
Language English
Website .com.instylewww
ISSN 1076-0830

InStyle is a monthly women’s fashion magazine published in the United States by Time Inc. Along with advertising, the magazine offers articles about beauty, fashion, home, entertaining, charitable endeavors and celebrity lifestyles. Its editor is Ariel Foxman, and its publisher is Connie Anne Phillips.[3] After originating in the United States, InStyle has expanded its brand and as of 2012 is distributed as international editions in 17 other countries.[4][5]

History

Old logo

InStyle was one of the first to have a famous musical artist or actor as the cover model, when the majority of other magazines were only putting models on their covers.[6] The magazine features celebrities who open their homes to be featured. [7]

Staff

As of 2012, the managing editor is Ariel Foxman, who has been in the role since September 2008. He is the magazine’s first male editor and joined InStyle in 1999 at the age of 25.[8] Foxman oversees many aspects of the InStyle brand including the main magazine in the United States as well as all 17 of the international versions and other related magazines such as the InStyle website, InStyle Weddings, InStyle Hair and InStyle Makeovers.

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External links

  • Official website
  • Theodora & Callum Interview with Ariel Foxman


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