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Fashion Quarterly Increases Circulation

21 AUGUST 2006

Fashion Quarterly Increases Circulation

Fashion Quarterly magazine, ACP Magazines’ premium fashion title, has increased its circulation to 22,186 in the latest NZ Audit Bureau of Circulation Results released today.

Fashion Quarterly’s circulation increased 2.5% year on year in the period January to June.

“Fashion Quarterly continues to dominate the fashion category,” said Group Publisher Debra Millar. “After more than 25 years Fashion Quarterly remains New Zealand’s market-leading fashion title.

“There have been a number of new magazine launches in the fashion category but none come close to delivering the combined annual sales of Fashion Quarterly. We have worked hard to ensure Fashion Quarterly delivers the most informed and inspiring fashion guidance, and this has paid off with another circulation increase.”

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