|First issue||February/March 2003|
|Company||Condé Nast Publications|
Teen Vogue magazine began as a version of Vogue magazine for teenage girls. This U.S. magazine focuses on fashion and celebrities and offers information about the latest entertainment and feature stories on current issues and events.
The magazine is published in a smaller 6¾"x9" format, allowing it a unique cover size and more visibility on the front of a magazine selling shelf, and some flexibility getting into a digest size slot at checkout stands. The magazine also has an associated store concept called "The Haute Spot" based at The Westchester shopping center in Westchester, New York.
The magazine follows the basic tenets of teen magazines, although with a more glossy view which fits with the template of the Vogue style. The magazine also features more serious topics such as discussions about teen pregnancy.
Once a year, Teen Vogue hosts a party for their Young Hollywood issue in the fall. The Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party is often a heavily attended event in Los Angeles society.
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