Article excerpted from rocketrend.wordpress.com
I just read the news from AsianModelsBlog that the average circulation number for US Vogue is 1,647,872 as calculated from the last quarter of the year. That is an increase from 1,301,575 in March and 1,224,131 in June. The numbers still came in threatening because no matter how much it rise or fall, it doesn’t seem to be going below a million.
To think more about it, there are not many other editions of Vogue that can even cross over the half million benchmark. Ok, none of them actually – they are only around 5 or 10% of US Vogue’s circulation.
Which means, in the end of the day, despite all those rumours and criticism, Anna Wintour is still the inevitable queen of fashion magazines. Powerful.
Here are the approximate circulation of some international Vogues:
Vogue UK: 220,000 (source)
Vogue Paris: 125,000 (source)
Vogue Italia: 200,000 (source)
Vogue Espana: 45,900 (source)
Vogue Nippon: 85,000(source)
Vogue China: 320,000 (source)
Vogue Australia: 49,000 (source)
Vogue Russia: 200,000 (source)
Vogue Mexico: 55,000 (source)
Vogue India: 50,000 (source)
Now, you get the idea…