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Harper's BAZAAR (1-year auto-renewal)

3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)

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Harper’s BAZAAR, the fashion authority, brings you the latest new looks from the hottest designers. You’ll get 12 beautiful issues a year full of best dressed secrets, must-haves and great finds. Experience the best in style and beauty with Harper’s BAZAAR.

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Harper's BAZAAR magazine was founded in 1867, and it's been guiding generations of women through the world of beauty and fashion ever since. It always features well-known names in the industry, including its own editors, writers, and photographers, to deliver you worthwhile advice. The articles are filled with information from legendary fashion designers and beauty experts to show you the best of the latest trends. Once you open its cover, you'll be drawn into the glamorous universe that exists within.

Harper's BAZAAR magazine shows you where to find the most elegant and high-quality wardrobe additions, whether you are looking for casual pieces or couture ensembles. It features articles on specific outfits for special occasions, such as finding the perfect black dress for cocktail evenings, the greatest suit to impress at business conferences, or the newest refined line of bridal wear. The publication also contains information on accessories, such as purses and shoes, to finish off your cultured look.

Harper's BAZAAR magazine covers the most spectacular events in the beauty and fashion industry. This includes runway shows, benefits, and other star-studded happenings. The periodical's pledge to give readers the most important information available allows staff to go behind the scenes where others only dream of going and take you along for the journey. Every issue lets you in on some of the valuable secrets used by the top creative forces in the world, including makeup artists and hairstylists. In fact, the magazine is printed in other countries as well.

A subscription to Harper's BAZAAR magazine will open up your mind with stunning views into every facet of fashion and beauty.

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Product Details

  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B001THPA1M
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • This magazine subscription is provided by Hearst Magazines

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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars for fashion lovers! July 30, 2003
By A Customer
Subscription Term Name:1 year
THIS is the best magazine for those of us who LOVE high fashion! Not full of soft-porn like Cosmo, or teeny-bopper oriented fashion like Lucky, Glamour, etc., and not patronizing and politicized like Elle! Also not ALL about celebrities like In Style, although the non-trashy celebs are of course there. No stupid tips on how to manage life in your early 20's!
This is for the women who love the Style Channel, Vogue, and even Allure (a wonderful beauty/cosmetics mag). I've been a devoted reader since I was about 30; I wish I had found this sooner because I couldn't stand the magazines aimed at the 20- somethings even when I was that age!
AND...by the way, Amazon is the best source for subscriptions, in my humble opinion. I have ALWAYS gotten my new sub issues EXTREMELY quickly!
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Magazine! November 12, 2002
By A Customer
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I have been reading Harpers for about a year now and I love it.It has everything from current trends in fashion to politics.I love the celebrities they use for the covers and the photography is wonderful.It is one of several magazines I get every month that I read from cover to cover without putting it down.It rates as one of my top 5 favorites.If you like fashion then you can't go wrong with Harpers Bazaar and the price of a subscription can't be beat for this type of magazine!
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed 40-something October 4, 2008
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
I guess I'm too old for this magazine now. It was so much better in the late 70s to mid 80s. Now it's too celebrity oriented, and many of the models are too thin and alien-looking--and too young. Back in the day, I enjoyed looking at the hair and makeup on the cover model, whose name I might know, but I didn't know her backstory, because she was not an overexposed celebrity. I don't have any of the old Bazaars to compare with the new, but I can sense that something is off about the design layout--too busy? too jarring? It used to be a pleasant distraction from everyday life; I used to look at this magazine over and over. I wish I had saved every old copy.

Would it be too expensive to do a retro version of this mag for us older women? I'm still thin, I work out, I love to dress fashionably and try new products--and I have money. I'm not 20 any more, but I'm far from frumpy, so don't dismiss this market too quickly, publishers. The magazines out there for mature women are condescending and do not appeal to those of us who still have a young body and, more important, a young mind. Also, they're full of pharmaceutical ads, which I hate. I do not want to be reminded of troubles when I am being entertained by my magazines.

I gave it a chance, then I canceled my subscription.
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46 of 53 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better writing, more hard-core fashion August 3, 2005
By Ms. WB
Subscription Term Name:1 year
When funds were tight I had a difficult time deciding which magazine subscriptions to keep. Each women's magazine has a slightly different feel in the writing, though with increased competition, these styles seem to be in flux. I finally decided that I preferred the writing in Bazaar and was getting tired of what I felt was Vogue's Cosmopolitan attempt to catch a larger readership (if I want to subscribe to Cosmo, I'll bloody well subscribe). The featured designers are more cutting edge and less mainstream than what is found in Vogue. It's a bit snottier (though there are far snottier magazines if you are looking for extreme fashions). Among my complaints: Bazaar is an obviously thinner magazine, and while most of Vogue's content is adverts, it does seem to have more articles. Another item that I find highly irritating, is Bazaar's society items. I really don't give a ---- who is wearing what at what charity gala, especially when I don't play footsies with these people. Those complaints aside, this is still my favorite fashion magazine.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars High Fashion January 27, 2005
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
Harper's is the best if you enjoy high fashion. Yes, most of the items featured are completely unaffordable for the average person. However, by looking at the featured designer items and the gorgeous photo layouts, you can get an idea of what's fashionable or will be fashionable in about 2 months. If you want to stay ahead of the trends, this is a must-have.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most consistently elegant mainstream fashion mag ... November 11, 2005
Subscription Term Name:1 year
... in the U.S. is Harper's Bazaar. You need only check out the recent covers in black and white, featuring Charlize Theron and Demi Moore, to see why this mouthwatering magazine is the high water mark for the best of the best of what's on offer at the supermarket check out stands stateside.

In a market crowded with magazines which look increasingly the same and seem to recycle the identical set of celebrity photos over and over again (snooze), Bazaar has cast an eye on the illustrious typography and design sense of its own past years. The results are evident on every glossy page, with very little of the guilty aftertaste here that you'll surely feel after flipping through the advertising book that is any issue of its bloated, mainstream market competitors.

Are the clothes ridiculously expensive for all but the richest among us? Of course. Do we really care about who showed up at what swanky party in NYC? Probably not. Will we ever look like any of those models? Darlin', you jest! But we do care (admit it) about the fantasy, the luxe, the allure of beautiful clothes on beautiful people -- they're lovely to behold, it's only natural, and it's fun -- you could do a lot worse than dropping a few bucks on this class act and its peer in the "shelter" magazines group, House and Garden. Another magazine not overstuffed with ads and perfumes and heavy on design sophistication, also highly recommended.

I'm sure she's a perfectly lovely person, but I have to say that the recent spread featuring the Duchess of Cornwall (that'd be Prince Chuck's new wife, Camilla) sitting at her vanity with an iPod in her ear was somewhat less than captivating ... unless you count all of the delicious little Corgis showing off at her feet (and I do) ...
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