|Categories||Celebrity, human interest, news|
|First issue||June 1994|
Along with advertising, the magazine offers articles about beauty, fashion, home, entertaining, charitable endeavors and celebrity lifestyles. Its editor-in-chief is Laura Brown, and its publisher is Kevin Martinez. After originating in the United States, InStyle has expanded its brand and as of 2012 is distributed as international editions in about 16 countries including Australia, the UK, Germany, Brazil, Greece, South Korea, Spain, Russia, Turkey, South Africa, Romania, and Russia.
The magazine features celebrities who open their homes to be featured.
In 2016, Laura Brown, the former executive editor of Harper's Bazaar, was announced as the new Editor-in-Chief, taking over for Ariel Foxman, who had been managing editor for eight years. Brown's first issue was December 2016.
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Brown most recently served as Harper's Bazaar's features and special projects and executive director.