(1) Vogue - The magazine features information about fashion, style, and makeup and is published by Conde' Nast Publications in nineteen different countries. Its well known for helping fashion models become famous.
Founded by Arthur Baldwin Turnure in 1892, Vogue went on to have a large number of subscribers.
Today, the number of subscriptions is still going strong, as Vogue remains one of the best fashion content in the world. Teen Vogue is also a popular magazine for younger readers.
(2) Glamour - It is also published by Conde' Nast Publications in many countries, including the US, UK, France, South Africa, and Latin America, where it's published in Spanish.
It's also set to be published in Australia soon. Its monthly publication, and the subscription price is very affordable.
There are nearly 1,500,000 subscribers in the United States alone, as well as 986,000 newsstand readers each month.
(3) Elle - Its originated in France in the 1940's, but is now being published in the US. The Lagardere Group of France still owns the magazine, however.
There are thirty six editions of Elle Magazine published in six continents. There are five million readers alone for the US edition.
Some offshoot companies associated with Elle include Elle Decor, Elle Girl (for younger readers), Elle Cuisine, and more. The official website for Elle Magazine is also very popular.