1190 01/06/2011 12:31:21PM ELLE Ms. Roberta Myers Vice President, Editor-in-Chief / Brand Content Ms. Roberta Myers Vice President, Editor-in-Chief / Brand Content (212)-767-5844 email@example.com Monthly 1,095,702 92115 http://www.elle.com/ Total subscriptions 820,901 Newsstand sales 274,801 % men/women 8%/92% Median age 32 Median hh income $73,979 Writers/photographers Daphne Merkin, Ariel Levy, Lisa DePaolo, Katrina Onstad, Amanda Fortini, Karen Durbin, Maggie Bullock, Andrew Goldman, Rachael Combe, Holly Millea, Will Blythe, Ruth Reichl, Rebecca Traister, E. Jean Carroll, A.M. Homes, Elizabeth Hayt, Michelango Di Battista, Ellen Von Unwerth, Alexei Hay, Pascal Aulagner, Ditte Isager, Max Farago, Gilles Bensimon, Tom Munro, Carter Smith, KT Auleta, Dusan Reljin ELLE is the definitive modern, high fashion magazine for smart women; we give our readers —median age 32 — the information they need to stay on the cutting edge of fashion and beauty trends, of culture, high and low, nourish their souls, maintain their bodies and minds in peak form and cultivate their personal style. We neither pander nor preach, but build a long standing trust with our readers so they can confidently turn to us, month after month, in matters of both substance and style. Every issue of ELLE includes an encounter with the challenging and the unexpected. We are submitting our April Career issue, September Fall fashion issue, and the October issue celebrating our 25th anniversary. Aside from the overall strength in these issues of page design and photography—note September's ambitious 19-page photojourney of Julia Roberts with three photographers and three locations unified by utterly original typography—many of the pieces exemplify the visually creative ways we bring our smart, info hungry readers the extras that define our more is more mandate. To give one example, our piece on J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons included a visual scrapbook that connected five of J.Crew’s most trend-dead-on items to their inspirations (a shirtdress conceptualized from a Hockney painting.) April 2010 September 2010 October 2010 Due to the breadth of our coverage, our design team has a monthly challenge to wrestle. Our April issue jumps from our IntELLEgentsia package, focusing on women at the top of their fields (artist Marina Abramovic, whose retrospective at MOMA opened that month; playwright Lucy Prebble, comedian; Kristin Wiig; Malika Saada Saar, an activist for women and children in the justice system) to a pure, aspirational fashion photo fantasy on "work" clothes shot by Ellen Von Unwerth. Every month, they do amazing things with fonts (please note the gorgeous text treatment of our well story heds), photos, and formats, to tie every page together and create a whole that is sexy, fun, surprising, dense but not overwhelming —just completely modern, an object to save and visually savor long past the pub date.