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10 Magazine (British magazine)

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Categories  Fashion
Publisher  ZAC Publishing
Frequency  Quarterly
Year founded  2001
Editor  Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou
Founder  Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou

10 Magazine is a British luxury quarterly magazine published in London, UK.


History and profile

10 Magazine was founded in 2001 by Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou, whilst simultaneously holding the position of editor-in-chief. The magazine is published by ZAC Publishing on a quarterly basis. It covers fashion, contemporary art and beauty. However, it is considered a niche fashion magazine in comparison to similar magazines like Vogue and Vanity Fair.

Covers of 10 Magazine have featured Victoria Beckham, Debbie Harry and Noomi Rapace and covers of 10 Men have featured David Beckham, David Gandy and James Franco.

Spin off

In 2003, 10 Magazine launched a brother publication called 10 Men. The magazine focuses on male fashion, contemporary art, and male grooming.

10 Men is a British bi-annual male magazine that shares the same editor-in-chief as its female counterpart. Although British made, the magazine is read and distributed worldwide. It recently became available in Australia alongside its sister publication, in 2012. The magazine is based in London where it was originally first established. Printed in the C4 format, the glossy magazine features an array of photographers such as, Mel Bles, Jordan Hemingway, Serge LeBlon, Julia Noni, and Dominick Sheldon to name a few. In August 2015, 10 Men was revamped with a new design.


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