Marie Claire Magazine
Marie Claire is a fashion & style magazine for confident and savvy women who are interested in the latest beauty trends. Fashion goes beyond what's in style. Women need confidence and want to feel good about themselves, and Marie Claire provides valuable tools to readers looking to bring out their inner beauty.More Info >>
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About Marie Claire
Since it was first published in 1937, women and the fashion industry have sworn by Marie Claire as the defacto style and information magazines. Each issue covers the latest fashion trends and beauty news, including the products readers need in their lives, career advice, and in-depth reports on women's social issues. This is more than a fashion magazine, Marie Claire is empowering women from their wardrobe, in the home, and as they build their careers.
Marie Claire sits at the intersection of style, intelligence, sex appeal, and confidence. Regular features include: "First," which is where readers will see what's behind the cover with celebrity interviews and other insights into the latest fashion trends; "101" is all about accessories, the designers creating styles, and more; "@Work" looks at careers in fashion, how to look the part at your job, and the newest high-tech gadgets readers need to be more productive; "@Play" talks with celebrity actors, models, comedians, and addresses leisurely activities, hobbies, fitness, parties, and more; and "Beauty" brings inspiration from the runway with practical looks that wow, plus new looks from around the world, the hottest scents, and ways to make skin and hair beautiful. In each issue, readers will look forward to "What You Said," "Contributors," "Horoscopes," and "Shopping Directory."
Marie Claire features special issues throughout the year. These may include "The Next Big Thing," "Spring Trend Preview," "Summer Style," "Pre-Fall Fashion," "Shoes First," and "The Luxe List" to name a few.
Readers who take pride in their style and live for current trends in beauty and fashion, a subscription to Marie Claire is for them!
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Marie Claire Magazine Review
Marie Claire magazine is a smart magazine for women interested in more than celebrity lifestyles and trends. I always first turn to the magazine’s in-depth human-interest stories, like their recent article, “Faces if Hope,” where they featured women refugees from Bosnia. I also like that Marie Claire covers global women's issues; there’s been recent features on sex slave trade and infant mortality. These socially-conscious stories are well researched, well written and are always interesting. Whenever I pick up their latest copy, I always learn something new.
Another favorite feature of mine is the “Inspirational Women” column. The magazine features a host of women who have stellar careers. Whether it’s a profile on Kate Spade’s creative director, a Brazilian graffiti artist or a New York senator, I always feel empowered to continue to pursue my dreams.
They also devote a large portion of their content to money and career, which is great because I’m a career-minded person who’s not really focused on starting a family. It’s refreshing to find an interesting magazine that isn’t mom-focused or about “keeping house.”
Still, even though I most enjoy reading about women’s issues and other serious topics like the latest health news and relationship advice in Marie Claire, there’s ample fashion and beauty coverage. I am happy to say in the editors’ picks for trends and styles, all budgets and body types are well-represented. Thanks for checking out my review and the latest Marie Claire magazine subscription discounts and offers from Magazines.com. Give us a call with any questions at 1-800-MAGAZINES.