Popular women's magazines include Vogue; O, The Oprah Magazine; Bazaar; Bust and Shape. Other popular magazines for women include Woman's Day, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping.
Vogue magazine focuses on fashion, health and beauty, fitness, travel and entertainment. Up to 700 pages long, the periodical features glossy photos of fine clothes, accessories and cosmetics. It is a monthly publication produced in 23 different national and regional editions by Condé Nast. Arthur Turnure founded Vogue in 1892.
Oprah Winfrey founded O, The Oprah Magazine in 2000. Oprah is featured on the cover of every issue, usually alone. The first time another person shared the cover with Oprah was in 2009, when Michelle Obama appeared on it. The magazine's contents feature inspirational stories, fashion articles, cooking tips and news.
First published in 1886 by Schlicht & Field of New York, Cosmopolitan Magazine has 64 international editions. It is printed in 35 languages and distributed in more than 110 countries, as of 2015. Its articles focus on women's issues, relationships, self-improvement, celebrities, and fashion and beauty. The magazine hosts the Fun, Fearless Female of the Year and Bachelor of the Year awards, as well as the Cosmo Blog Awards in its U.K. editions. The magazine has received criticism for its increasingly sexual tone and cover imagery.