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Grazia (magazine) January 2009 cover.jpg
Editor Chantelle Horton
Categories Glossy magazine
Frequency Weekly
First issue 1936
Company Arnoldo Mondadori Editore
Country Italy
Language Italian

Grazia (Italian for Grace) is an Italian magazine, with international editions printed in France, Serbia, United Kingdom, Mexico, Thailand, Spain, Poland, Bahrain, Greece, Portugal, Japan, the Netherlands, Indonesia, India, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia,[1]Germany.[2] and Albania

In Italy, the magazine sells an average of 218,000 copies per month.[when?] The circulation in the UK for the second half of 2013 was 160,019.[3]

The Italian edition of Grazia was first published in 1938 and the British edition was started in 2005. In Italy, it is owned by the Mondadori (one of Silvio Berlusconi's companies), and is owned in the UK under licence by Bauer Consumer Media.[citation needed]

The inaugural issue of Grazia Korea was launched on 20 February 2013. It features a photospread of actors Lee Byung-hun, Bae Soo-bin and Kim Do-hyun for the play based on the 2012 film Masquerade.[4]

The average price of a Grazia magazine is £1.95, though recently has been £1 and they recently have done deals such as 25% off at certain shops. Grazia has a target audience of 25-45, and average the readership is 432,000. ABC1 Profile is 70% and is also higher than Vogue or Elle. Out of these readers 72% are employed.[clarification needed]

The Australian edition was discontinued in February 2013.[5]

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  1. ^ Paula Brito (10 November 2005). "Revista 'Grazia' chega a Portugal em Janeiro". Diário de Notícias. Retrieved 2007-09-21. 
  2. ^ "Grazia Germany". Retrieved 2010-03-12. 
  3. ^ "ABC Certificates and Reports: Grazia". Audit Bureau of Circulations. Retrieved 7 March 2014. "July to December 2013, combined print and digital editions." 
  4. ^ An, So Hyoun (23 February 2013). "The Three Gwanghaes Lee Byung Hun, Bae Soo Bin and Kim Do Hyun Pose for Grazia". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  5. ^ Grazia gone as magazines slump, The Australian

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