Cosmopolitan Serbia

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Cosmopolitan RS
Cosmopolitan Serbia Ana Ivanovic 2011 cover.jpg
Editor-in-Chief Nasja Veljković
Categories Women's magazine
Frequency Monthly
First issue May 2004
Company Adria Media
Country Serbia
Language Serbian

Cosmopolitan Serbia, officially Cosmopolitan Serbia & Montenegro (Serbian: Cosmopolitan Srbija i Crna Gora), is the Serbian edition of women's lifestyle magazine Cosmopolitan. Its first issue was published in May 2004, featuring Mischa Barton on the cover. The headquarters of the magazine is based in Belgrade. Besides Serbia, the magazine is distributed in Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Republic of Macedonia.[1][2][3]

The magazine annually organizes "Race on the Heels" (Serbian: Trka na Štiklama) on various spots in Belgrade such as the high street Prince Michael Street or Delta City shopping mall.

According to SMMRI Pradex, the magazine's readership was 194,746 in May 2011 with the issue featuring Ana Ivanovic on its cover in a purple dress shot by John Russo.[4] It was the best selling issue since the issue of October 2004 when Keira Knightley appeared the cover. Ivanović returned to the cover, this time in a white dress, in 2013.


  • Nataša Davidov (2004–2011)
  • Jelena Jovanović (2011–2013)
  • Nasja Veljković (2013–present)


  1. ^ How to Launch a Magazine in this Digital Age 1441148590 Mary Hogarth, John Jenkins - 2013 -Page 133 "Cosmopolitan has 63 international editions worldwide published in 32 languages with distribution in more than 100 ... Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, ..."
  2. ^ Tim Holmes Mapping the Magazine : Comparative studies 1317995872 2013 "... the field of study does not start with The Ladies Mercury (1693) and stop with Cosmopolitan launching in Serbia (2004).
  3. ^ Christopher Deliso Culture and Customs of Serbia and Montenegro 0313344361-2009 Page 119 "Svet (World) and Skandal (Scandal) are two other print tabloids, weekly ones that concentrate mostly on sex scandals involving Serbian celebrities ... Major Western magazines like Elle and Cosmopolitan are available in Serbia as well."
  4. ^ Ivanovic On Vanidades & Cosmo Serbia 28 April 2011 "Ana Ivanovic graces the cover of a pair of world famous magazines this month, Vanidades and Cosmopolitain Serbia. Both covers were shot by photographer John Russo, who has shot the likes of Angelina Jolie, Will Smith, Julia Roberts and many more celebrities. His work has been featured on covers of Vogue, Elle, GQ, Esquire and Maria Claire. "I had a lot of fun during this shoot," Ivanovic said. "John and his team were a lot of fun to work with, and so talented. Actually, John is a big tennis fan and an expert of the game: he remembered as much about my matches as I did!""

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