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Style Masthead Finds New Home

Media Release
April 14 2004

Style Masthead Finds New Home

Fairfax New Zealand has announced the sale of the Style Magazine masthead to Max Magazines.

Brian Evans, chief executive officer Fairfax New Zealand said he is pleased the Style masthead has found a new home with a respected and professional publishing company.

“Style has been part of the New Zealand fashion scene for a number of years and we look forward to watching its development under Max Magazines.”

Max Magazines publisher Lisa Phelan is delighted to be adding Style to its stable of magazines.

“Style is an uniquely NZ title, with a great history, one that will fit alongside our other publications including The Cut, New Zealand’s No.1 golf magazine and Player Magazine.”

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