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|Editor||(USA) Cynthia Leive
(Brazil) Monica Salgado
(UK) Jo Elvin
(Germany) Nikolaus Albrecht
(South Africa) Pnina Fenster (Latin American) Mar Abascal (France) Marie Lannelongue
|Publisher||Condé Nast Publications|
(other countries also have versions)
Local editions are now published in numerous countries including the United Kingdom, United States, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Russia, Greece, Poland, South Africa, Brazil, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Mexico. In most cases it is a monthly publication. The magazine became a global hit.
United States 
It targets women 18–49 (with the median age of 33.5) and reaches a subscription audience of 1,411,061 readers in the United States. Its circulation on news stands is 986,447, making the total average paid circulation: 2,397,508.
Since 1980, the magazine has held an annual "Women of the Year" awards ceremony.
On April 2009, Glamour launched its first Google widget. iGoogle, which allows users to create a custom version of the Google home page with select regions of content, or “gadgets,” will begin hosting a gadget for Glamour.com. The Glamour.com gadget potentially opens the site to an audience of iGoogle users.
Glamour Woman of the Year Awards 
Each autumn, the magazine organizes the “Glamour Woman of the Year Awards” which recognize women in the public eye. In 2007 Lorena Ochoa won a Woman of the Year award. In 2008 the award was granted to two Yemenis: 10 year-old divorcee Nujood Ali, and the lawyer who took on her case. Nujood's courage was praised by prominent attendees, including Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice. The 2010 Glamour Woman of the Year was Cher.
U.S. Editors 
- Alice Thompson (1939–1941)
- Elizabeth Penrose (1941–1953)
- Nina Kyle (1953–1954)
- Kathleen Aston Casey (1954–1967)
- Ruth Whitney (1967–1998)
- Bonnie Fuller (1998–2001)
- Cynthia Leive (2001–present)
Glamour Top College Women Awards 
Each year for the last 56 years, the magazine has been selecting a top ten list of outstanding college women across the country. Originally, the list was composed of the best dressed college juniors in America, but was changed for more substance with categories such as academic achievement, community service, and career goals as leading criteria. Hundreds of college juniors apply each year. Past winners, finalists include;Martha Stewart, Diane Sawyer, Swati Mia Saini, Nancy Amanda Redd, 2003 Miss Virginia (MAO) and author of Body Drama, and Tamira A. Cole, Miss Black Kentucky USA 2009 and author of HUSH, actress Sheryl Lee Ralph and novelists Curtis Sittenfeld, Kate White, Janice Kaplan, Olympian Allison Schmitt, and Jean Hanff Korelitz.
United Kingdom 
Glamour launched in the UK in April 2001, where it pioneered the “handbag size” format, with the tagline "fits in your life as well as your handbag".
Each September the magazine holds “National Glamour Week”. Consequently the magazine features extra coupons (e.g. redeemable at fashion or beauty outlets) and competitions.
Since its launch the magazine has been edited by Jo Elvin, with Michelle Pamment serving as acting editor for a spell in 2005.
In June 2009, to celebrate Glamour's 8th birthday in the UK, Glamour.com have made a gallery of every cover since launch.
Glamour Woman of the Year Awards 
Each June, the magazine holds the Glamour Woman of the Year Awards which recognise women in the public eye.
Editor's Special - Michelle Dockery
Woman of the Year - Selena Gomez
Man of the Year - Tom Hiddleston
Icon - Dionne Warwick
Film Actress - Viola Davis
Band - Florence & the Machine
Outstanding Contribution - Kylie Minogue
Fashion Designer - Donatella Versace
Inspiration - Eva Longoria
Pandora Breakthrough Artist - Lily Collins
US TV Actress - Lea Michele
TV Personality - Kelly Rowland
Entrepreneur - Jessica Alba
Accessories Designer - Charlotte Dellal
Radio Personality - Fearne Cotton
Writer - Caitlin Moran
UK TV Actress - Jessica Brown Findlay
Comedy Actress - Sofia Vergara
Sportswoman - Hayley Turner
Presenter - Holly Willoughby
Theatre Actress - Amanda Holden
UK Solo Artist - Jessie J
Presenter – Davina McCall
Designer – Sarah Burton
Filmmaker – Jane Goldman
Theatre Actress – Naomie Harris
TV Personality – Dannii Minogue
Pandora Breakthrough Artist – Ellie Goulding
Writer – Dawn French
Sportswoman – Jessica Ennis
Band – The Saturdays
Accessory Designer – Victoria Beckham
Radio Personality – Fearne Cotton
TV Actress – Lenora Crichlow
Comedy Actress – Miranda Hart
Entrepreneur – Kim Kardashian
UK Solo Artist – Alexandra Burke
Film Actress – Gemma Arterton
Woman of Tomorrow – Jessie J
Editor's Special Award – Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Man of the Year – Garrett Hedlund
Outstanding Contribution – Stevie Nicks
Best Dressed – Frankie Sandford
The German edition is published fortnightly and is, as of March 2005, edited by Andrea Ketterer.
South Africa 
The South African edition launched in April 2004, is published monthly and is, since its inception, edited by Pnina Fenster.
Lucky Magazine 
In Germany and Greece Lucky, a fashion and shopping magazine is published seasonally, in tandem with Glamour.
See also 
Reference in pop culture 
- "eCirc for Consumer Magazines". Audit Bureau of Circulations. June 30, 2011. Retrieved December 1, 2011.
- Kaplan, David (April 1, 2009), Glamour.com Gets Traffic Touch-up Courtesy Of Google, paidContent.org, retrieved April 9, 2010
- Adams, Russell (April 1, 2009), A Glamour-ous New Gadget, Wall Street Journal: WSJ Blogs, retrieved April 9, 2010
- Walt, Vivienne (February 3, 2009), A 10-Year-Old Divorcée Takes Paris, Time/CNN, retrieved February 16, 2010
- Power, Carla (August 12, 2009), Nujood Ali & Shada Nasser win "Women of the Year Fund 2008 Glamour Award", Yemen Times, retrieved February 16, 2010
- Evans, Sean (November 11, 2008), "10-year-old girl's inspiring story opens eyes at Glamour awards", New York Daily News, retrieved April 9, 2010
- Brehm, Denise (September 10, 2004), "Two MIT students make Glamour magazine's Top 10 College Women list", MIT News (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), retrieved April 9, 2010
- David, Jessica (29 May 2012). "Woman Of The Year Winners List 2012". Glamour. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
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