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For other uses, see Debonair (disambiguation).
For the U.S. website, see Debonair Magazine (U.S.).
The magazine, best known for its topless female centerfolds, was launched by Ashok Row Kavi and Anthony Van Braband. Under editor Derek Bose, Debonair was reformatted to remove nudity and target a younger demographic in 2005.
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- Magazine Review - Debonair - A Sad Sack Version of Playboy and Maxim
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