Style was a South African consumer magazine that was founded in 1981 and published by Caxton and CTP Publishers and Printers Limited. The magazine's founding editor was Marilyn Hattingh, who based the publication on American "city magazines", aimed at an upmarket readership of conspicuous consumers. The magazine was a chronicle of Johannesburg high society, and its tone was acerbic and often satirical. Its content was entirely South African in origin, and the writing staff included Hilary Prendini-Toffoli, Patrick Lee, Gus Silber, Adam Levin, Chris Marais, Linda Shaw and Lin Sampson. In late 2006, it was announced that the magazine would be discontinued.[1] The magazine has often been associated with a Kugel readership.[2]

June 1996 cover of Style
EditorNaomi Larkin (last editor)
CategoriesFashion, Women, Home, Travel
Final issue2006
CompanyCaxton and CTP Publishers and Printers Limited
CountrySouth Africa

References edit

  1. ^ "Style magazine goes out of fashion". Bizcommunity. 2 November 2008.
  2. ^ "Weather and South African patriotism". Thoughtleader. 6 June 2008.