In first place in the ranking is Brigitte, with around 550,000 copies sold per circulation. The biweekly women’s magazine not only covers the latest fashion trends and tips on partnership, but also deals with topics such as health, living, culture and politics. The comprehensive range of topics appeals primarily to female readers between the ages of 19 and 49 who are open to new things. Here you can find the most popular fashion magazines.
Lara Croft in Brigitte Magazine commercial:
The history of the magazine
The magazine was first published in 1886 under the name “Dies Blatt gehört der Hausfrau! Under a new publisher, the magazine was then renamed “Blatt der Hausfrau” in 1915. In 1952, the name “Brigitte” was then added to the title, until two years later the title “Blatt der Hausfrau” was dropped. By the end of the 1960s, Brigitte had already added political reporting and stood for the representation of women in politics in particular. To this day, Brigitte has continued to evolve. From new offerings, such as books or bellows magazines to digital e-books.
Here is a cover of the Brigitte:
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