Teenage Magazines

Ever since Seventeen magazine appeared in the United States in the 1940s, teen magazines have been one of the most successful type of magazines, in the United States and all over the world. Bravo in Germany, Belles Filles in France, Cioè in Italy, More in the United Kingdom, and Faze in Canada are just a few examples of the several magazines aimed at teenagers, especially girls. In fact, a teen magazine intended for teenage boys does not really exist; unlike the adult-to-teen crossover of women's magazines (Cosmogirl from Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue from Vogue), spin-offs of men's magazines have not been successful (MH-18, which was a spin-off of Men's Health, folded within a year). Adolescent boys usually read magazines targeting older male audiences, or magazines targeting ...

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