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Magazine Analysis'ELLE' November 2005 This magazine is for entertainment, it is a fashion magazine. Its publisher is Hachette Fillipachi.Its target audience is women,

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Magazine Analysis 'ELLE' November 2005 This magazine is for entertainment, it is a fashion magazine. Its publisher is Hachette Fillipachi. Its target audience is women, This summary report refers to the period 01-Jul-2005 to 31-Dec-2005. This report was approved by the ABC on 16-Feb-2006. Heading Detail Publisher Name: Hachette Filipacchi (UK) Ltd Magazine Classification: Women's Interests:Women's Lifestyle/Fashion ABC Primary Figure: 208,132 Number Of Effective Issues (Actuals minus excluded): 6 Cover Price & Subscription Rates: Basic Cover Price: �3.00 Basic Annual UK Subscription Rate: �36.00 Basic Annual RoI Subscription Rate: �72.40 Other Countries Subscription Rate - (Rate From): �72.40 to (OC): to Other Countries Subscription Rate - (Rate To): �115.00 Front Cover Analysis The title Elle hold suggestions of femininity, the word is flowing and rolls of the tongue. It is also aesthetically pleasing to the eye as an anomaly. The strap line 'The worlds biggest selling fashion magazine' appeals to the ideals of the magazine audience as fashion victims are likely to seek things that are popular. The price is quite expensive and shows a reader that has enough money to have all the things she wants. The price is small but in bold whereas the price on 'Red' magazine is small and thin. ...read more.

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The Elle nametag is as on the front only has change its colour to florescent pink. The amount of text is minimal, and the size of it is small. Only the first 21 articles are listed compared to 58 on the next. A few main articles are repeated at the edges with large page numbers and pictures. The images are artistically placed with the overlapping edges that seems to be fashionable at the moment. The pink, black and white colour scheme runs through the contents pages. The editors letter page includes a whats hot and whats not list supporting the mode of address and content of the editors letter. The letter is short and has large text and the title Editors letter is even bigger. The editors letter all about Vita Don Teese, advertising an article in the magazine and also advising the readers on what's hot and fashionable. The editors picture is stylish, she stands against a white background, she is posed but it is not a professional model photograph, she smiles directly at the camera, and her signature sits next to her. The page also has a few pictures, of Vita Von Teese and another model, again overlapping stylishly. The headers and size of the text are the similar, the style runs throughout. ...read more.

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Dior Celebration rings Tiffany & co. Mascara Estee Lauder Label - particularly bags. Chanel Jewellery Cartier Label Gucci Fragrances Emporio Armani Perfume Calvin Klein Clothes John Richmond Perfume Eschada Hair - make it super strong Paul Mitchel Skin care Clinique Womens clothes Oui Skin care Clinique Lipstick Loreal 4 by 4 Land rover Lipstick Dior Clothes United colours of benetton Mortgages Northen rock New Phone Siemens Shop River Island Label Adidas bra Wonder bra straighteners GHD's Hair care Charlesworthington foundation Clarins boutiques Lots personal Lots label fullcircle Summary Report (For full certificate details, please use the relevant links on the right) Red View Certificate with Click here to view Certificate as PDF Click here to email Certificate as PDF to a contact or yourself Click here to view historic data This summary report refers to the period 01-Jul-2005 to 31-Dec-2005. This report was approved by the ABC on 16-Feb-2006. Heading Detail Publisher Name: Hachette Filipacchi (UK) Ltd Magazine Classification: Women's Interests:Women's Lifestyle/Fashion ABC Primary Figure: 219,689 Number Of Effective Issues (Actuals minus excluded): 6 Cover Price & Subscription Rates: Basic Cover Price: �3.00 Basic Annual UK Subscription Rate: �36.00 Basic Annual RoI Subscription Rate: �76.15 Other Countries Subscription Rate - (Rate From): �76.15 to (OC): to Other Countries Subscription Rate - (Rate To): �110.00 ...read more.

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