A Dutch version of the home magazine with Mediterranean flavor Côté Sud Magazine is to launch shortly. The magazine caters to those who are keen on the Riviera lifestyle and fond of products and flavors from all over Mediterranean sea.
It is the fourth international edition to be launched in Dutch-speaking Belgium (“Flemish” is the language to be precise) and Holland with a print run of 50 000 copies (25 000 in Belgium and just as many in The Netherlands). The title will be published in 285 x 225 mm perfect-bound format and glossy paper.
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Tyler Brûlé, editor of Monocle and self-appointed arbiter of cool, has launched a new summer offshoot of his monthly style magazine. He has produced what he is calling a summer newspaper, a 64-page broadsheet-sized read called Monocle Mediterraneo, whose first issue came out on July 29.
Edited by Monocle’s London-based team, the Monocle Mediterraneo newspaper features a mix of essays, reportage, interviews and fashion. The specially curated summer newspaper will be accompanied by the Summer Series, a weekly audio show that will be broadcast on Monocle.com with live music and debate on Fridays at 12.00 CET. Both in print and online, this latest Monocle media extension will become the ultimate accessory for summer relaxation. To order your copy online click here.
Clearly Brûlé, founder of Wallpaper* magazine, which he then sold to Time Inc., would like his well-heeled readers to pick the paper up as they swan around the Côte d’Azur and Sardinia.
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Tagged Blackberry, cool, Cote d'azur, editor, iPad, launch, magazine, Mario Garcia, Mediterranean, Monocle, Monocle Mediterraneo, Monocle-on-Med, Monocle.com, newspaper, print, print not dead, Riviera, Sardinia, summer, Summer Series, trendy, Tyler Brulé, Wallpaper
The French home and country living magazine Côté Sud (Maisons Côté Sud is the full name) just celebrated its 20th anniversary on June 11 with a collector item special issue. Côté Sud, published by the French unit of the Belgian Roularta Group, is part of the publisher’s own franchise “Maisons Côté…” along with Côté Est, Côté Ouest, and the latest edition: Côté Paris. Finally, Maison Française and Maison Magazine round up the publisher’s portfolio of home magazines.
Each Côté magazine is dedicated to the local way of life of its region showcased through editorial sections ranging from living, decor, cooking, gardening and style. Côté Sud has been focusing on the homes of famous residents of the French Riviera to Provence and the Languedoc area as well as their lifestyles for 20 years.
The 20th anniversary issue will feature the “best of” the South over the past two decades in terms of designer pieces, cult local objects, and so on as well as a dedicated booklet depicting “southern way of life in 12 chapters”
Sold for €6, Coté Sud currently circulates 118 725 copies every other month and has a reach of 1 440 000 readers, of which 69% are female.
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