About Harper's Bazaar magazine
Faultless on fashion and beauty, Harper’s Bazaar is a name synonymous with authoritative articles and features. When it comes to lifestyle magazines, none have more class than this publication from Conde Nast. Inspired by former fashion editor, Diana Vreeland, Harper’s Bazaar aims to offer ideas and inspiration on the ‘art of living elegantly’. This includes the best in fashion, culture, travel and beauty with A-list interviews and intelligent opinion pieces both in the UK and from around the world.
Harper’s Bazaar magazine is more than your average monthly glossy. Its stunning photography and carefully crafted writing make it more of a cherished possession than those disposable superficial gossip titles.
Harper’s Bazaar’s audience is aimed firmly at a more affluent and educated market, a fact reflected in the more exclusive feel to the subject matter contained within – making it what we would call, “a luxury monthly”. Within its pages readers are more likely to find commentaries on the latest creations by Prada, Dior or Gucci rather than tips on up-cycling tatty old skirts or jeans.
First appearing under the guise of Queen magazine in 1861, Harper’s Bazaar magazine has been through several different incarnations and owners, but it has never lost its status as the quintessential high society magazine.