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Net-a-Porter launches Porter magazine

Net-a-Porter Group’s publishing division has announced the launch of Porter – the Group’s first independent consumer magazine powered by www.net-a-porter.com.

Net-a-Porter Group’s publishing division has announced the launch of Porter – the Group’s first independent consumer magazine powered by www.net-a-porter.com.

Porter launched on 7 February and is available on newsstands globally and via the website. The digital edition was made available on 14 February via iOS and Google Play.

Net-a-Porter says that Porter celebrates fashion alongside art, culture, beauty and travel. The magazine will be published bi-monthly in English.

Tess Macleod-Smith, VP/publishing director said: “We are thrilled with the way the industry has reacted to this launch, from the support of the advertising industry to the enthusiasm of the global news trade.”

Porter is priced at $9.99 (€7.28) in the US, £5 (€6) in the UK and €9.99 in Europe.

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