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ELLE

ELLE ELLE is a worldwide magazine that focuses on women's fashion, beauty, health, and entertainment. It was founded by Pierre Lazareff and his spouse Hélène Gordon in 1945. ELLE magazine also hosts an annual ELLE Style Awards ceremony. The winners are published in the magazine.

Website: ELLE

L'Express

L'Express L'Express is France's first weekly news magazine. When founded in 1953, it was modelled on the American magazine TIME. The magazine has a right-of-centre orientation. It is owned by Socpresse (80% owned by Dassault Group), and has a circulation of 542,900. Its first editor was Francoise Giroud, who had earlier edited ELLE and went on to become France's first Minister of Women's Affairs in 1974 and Minister of Culture in 1976.

Website: L'Express

PHOTO

PHOTO Photo is a French magazine about photography, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi Médias. Photo is mostly focusing on artistic aspects of photography instead of technical aspect. The editorial line is mostly oriented toward fashion and nude photography. It is read worldwide, and is best known for its covers often featuring naked top models and its annual photo amateur contest.

Website: PHOTO

VSD

VSD VSD is a French weekly news, celebrity and leisure magazine, published on Thursdays. The name is formed from the first letters of the French names for Friday (Vendredi), Saturday (Samedi) and Sunday (Dimanche). VSD was first published on 9 September 1977 by Maurice Siegel. After Siegel's death in 1985, direction passed to his sons François and Jean-Dominique.

Website: VSD

MARIE CLAIRE

MARIE CLAIRE The theme for Marie Claire is “More than a Pretty Face”. The magazine gives readers information about different women around the world and their needs, struggles, and stories of life. The goal of the magazine is to provide readers with a substantial amount of information about new looks in the fashion industry as well as current issues that women of the world are facing. Moreover, it also adds relationship information, along with a section dedicated to answering specific questions from readers.

Website: MARIE CLAIRE


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