2012 October 9
The Daily's Newest Magazine, The Daily Brides, to Launch at Bridal Fashion Week
(NEW YORK) As The Daily Front Row enters its 10th anniversary season chronicling every move of the fashion elite, editor-in-chief and CEO Brandusa Niro has announced another addition to its stable of magazines. The Daily Brides will launch on October 12, 2012, with three glossy issues covering the Spring 2013 bridal fashion shows in New York. "We were first a phenomenon, then we became an established genre," says Niro. "And now, we're successfully launching more and more publications around fashion events, both in the U.S. and around the world. The key to our success is an extraordinarily influential audience, and finely-targeted publications with addictive content that appeal to the audience and immediately become must-reads."
The Daily Brides also features a collaboration with Condé Nast's industry-leading Brides magazine, which will contribute a full section of their editors' runway coverage to the issues. "We're delighted to be teaming up with our colleagues at Brides to create a new Daily that will romance our readership to the max," says Niro. "The launch of The Daily Brides signals the increasing synergy between fashion and weddings. It's an exciting collaboration and we're looking forward to hitting the runways and bringing the best of bridal to The Daily reader," says Brides editor-in-chief Keija Minor.
The Daily's overall editorial coverage will include designer and tastemaker profiles, industry news, the latest must-have merchandise to complete the bridal look, and decorating ideas, all delivered with the magazine's cheeky-chic sensibility.
The Daily Front Row Inc. currently publishes The Daily Front Row, its New York Fashion Week flagship, The Daily Dan, a weekly Hamptons glossy published all summer as a joint venture with Manhattan Media's Dan's Papers, The Daily Berlin, published biannually during Berlin Fashion Week as a joint venture with Hubert Burda Media, The Daily Coterie, distributed at the Coterie + Sole trade shows, and The Daily Chic Report, a consumer glossy 'freemium' magazine, actively distributed at major commuter spots and luxury retail locations in Manhattan during peak shopping periods.
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