6 Luxury Brands With Print Magazines That Are Pretty Awesome — From big-name startups to iconic fashion brands to global airlines are launching ambitious print magazines.
Worldwide famous brands have come to a smart conclusion: in a saturated digital media world,
are a great way to stand out from the crowd. This trend isn’t isolated to any one industry, as high-quality print magazines will show you. Let’s take a look at the six best ones! Interior Design Magazines 1. Colors (Benetton) The most radical magazine on this list, was created by photographer Oliviero Toscani and art director Tibor Kalman in 1991 to show the world to the world. The message has remained the same: diversity is good. The magazine looks at social issues by following them around the world and treating everything with the same naivety to give a glimpse of what’s going on through first-person interviews and photography. The magazine has been translated into over 15 languages including Korean, Russian and Greek. Colors magazine 2. The Red Bulletin (Red Bull) Delivering the unexpected, tells lifestyle stories of inspirational people and their achievements from around the world of Red Bull and its playgrounds. It’s our aim that readers profit from these ideas and concepts in a way they can apply to their own lives, doing something beyond the ordinary. Apart from publishing the monthly magazine, we also create content and line extensions, and curate photo exhibitions. The Red Bulletin 3. Porter (Net-a-Porter) is a fashion magazine for the dynamic, modern woman of the world. Discover a global curation of the best fashion, art, beauty, and travel in each issue and, through our mobile experience, the quickest route to shopping and finding out more about all that has inspired you. PORTER 4. Asos (ASOS) is the world’s most visited fashion website for 18- to 34-years-old. It boasts 30 million unique monthly visitors and 8 million customers in 200 countries. Its magazine is changing the relationship between e-commerce and media, giving traditional fashion magazines a run for their money in the process. ASOS 5. Rhapsody (United) is Ink’s luxury lifestyle magazine for United Airlines’ discerning first- and business-class passengers. Appealing to everyone from road-warrior businesspeople to card-carrying members of the global elite, Rhapsody covers news and current events, business, travel, arts and entertainment, fashion, and high-end consumables, from cars to Cartier watches. Evocative, gorgeous photography brings the reader to Brazil, Venice, Thailand and other far-flung destinations. With insightful business commentary and writing from award-winning journalists and fiction writers, Rhapsody is the ultimate companion for the upwardly mobile traveler. Rhapsody 6. AirbnbMAG (Airbnb) To uncover the true character of a place, you need to bypass the tourist stomping grounds and experience a location’s history, food, and customs through the eyes of the people who live there. Airbnb and Hearst have partnered to create the to celebrate the global community to which we all belong. The stories and tips in this magazine are both hyper-local and stunningly universal. Some will inspire you to unleash your inner explorer; others to indulge in sweet serenity. Either way, you’ll find yourself a little closer to the world around you. AirbnbMAG ★ ★ Source: contently.com