Harper's Bazaar (UK)

In November 1970, the Hearst Corporation's Harper's Bazaar UK (founded in 1929) and Queen magazine (which dated from 1862) amalgamated to form Harpers & Queen. The magazine was widely perceived to be focused on British "high society" and the lives of socialites and the British aristocracy, though in fact its features were wide-ranging and often highly original. Since March 2006, it has repositioned itself as Harper's Bazaar, bringing it in line with its international sister titles. "Harpers Bazaar" aims to be very meritocratic in terms of whom it will feature: recent interviews have included subjects as diverse as the actor/director George Clooney, artist Richard Prince and British singer Leona Lewis. The magazine has won several awards, including Consumer Magazine of the Year. The current editor-in-chief is Justine Picardie. Source

Outlet Details

Scope National, Consumer
Language English
Country United Kingdom
UVMs Request pricing
Frequency Monthly