Holiday was an American travel magazine published from 1946 to 1977. Originally published by the Curtis Publishing Company, Holiday's circulation grew to more than one million subscribers at its height. The magazine employed writers such as Graham Greene, Jack Kerouac, Arthur C. Clarke, and Truman Capote, who published his autobiographical essay "Brooklyn Heights: A Personal Memoir" in the magazine.
History and profileEdit
Holiday was started in 1946. The magazine had its headquarters in Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania. With the magazine circulation suffering in the 1970s, Curtis sold Holiday to the publisher of Travel, a competing magazine. The two publications merged to form Travel Holiday.
Holiday was relaunched in April 2014 by the Atelier Franck Durand, a Paris-based art direction studio, with Marc Beaugé as editor in chief and Franck Durand as creative director. The magazine is a bi-annual, conceived in Paris and written in English. Its official website mentions an upcoming café  and clothing line.
The issue n°373 of Holiday Magazine, first issue since the relaunch, was dedicated to the year 1969 and Ibiza.
The issue n°373 includes contributions from photographers Josh Olins, Karim Sadli and Mark Peckmezian, a short novel about Ibiza by novelist Arthur Dreyfus, a story on Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin's New York loft, and the cover features a chosen fragment of Remed's painting "Leonogone".
- "Curtis Publishing Company records". University of Pennsylvania. Retrieved November 28, 2015.
- "Holiday magazine sold to Travel" The Ledger (Lakeland, Florida), July 10, 1977, p. 6B.
- Holiday relaunch announcement Holiday-magazine.com
- "Franck Durand re-launches famous lifestyle magazine Holiday" A Shaded View of Fashion By Diane Pernet
- "Holiday Café" Holiday-magazine.com
- "Holiday Magazine resurrects with a fashion vibe" Women's Wear Daily.com
- "Holiday Magazine Is Here Again" Style.com