Style.com

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Style.com
Style dot com logo.png
Web address http://www.style.com
Commercial? Yes
Type of site
Fashion
Available in English
Owner Fairchild Fashion Group
Launched September 2000[1]

Style.com is a fashion website. It was formerly the online site for the fashion magazine Vogue and W magazine featuring online versions of some of the magazine's content as well as internet-exclusive material such as event photographs and style-related articles, before Vogue developed its own website.

Style.com contains fashion news reporting, trend reports, and extensive galleries of fashion-show photos,[2] among other content. The website also includes a red carpet watch for viewing the latest photos of celebrities on the red carpet or at parties. The editorial team includes Editor-in-Chief Dirk Standen, Executive Editor Nicole Phelps, Deputy Editor Matthew Schneier, Fashion Director Marina Larroude, and Senior Beauty Editor Celia Ellenberg.[1] According to Alexa Internet, it is the most-visited women's fashion magazine site online.[3] As of April 2007, its overall Alexa rank was 1,653.[4]

In October 2010, Style.com moved from Condé Nast to the Fairchild Fashion Group.

In October 2012 a bilingual sister website, Style.com/Arabia was launched in the Middle East in English and Arabic. The site marks the first Condé Nast Publications Inc. fashion and beauty title to have a presence in the Middle East.[5]

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