Ebony magazine is a US publication and is released every month. The magazine is designed to be the ideal read in the female fashion and lifestyle market. The magazine will contain interesting features on the usual mix of relationship advice, the latest celebrity news, the best fashion, health issues and much more all from a mainly afro Caribbean perspective. The magazine is aimed at women in their early twenties and onwards; women of any age with find something to interest them in this magazine.
Buy a single copy of EBONY or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm!
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This magazine is ideal for women who are proud of their Afro Caribbean roots and want to read inspirational articles about beautiful celebrities which are a motivation for women everywhere. Every woman needs a role model and Ebony magazine will have in depth interviews with all the best and most talented women around today. This is one of the finest ‘feel good’ magazines around today.
Ebony has been issuing magazines now for over 65 years. It was founded by John and Eunice Johnson. The front covers of Ebony will always feature the most iconic and fabulous celebrities around. Past covers have boasted Diana Ross, Shaft and Martin Luther King. There has also been more recently Halle Berry and even Obama with his wife Michelle! This is how incredibly cool and up to date this magazine is!
Ebony magazine will also contain great fashion pages which will provide useful tips and ideas on the best ways to dress for your body shape as well as what the latest and greatest trends from the catwalk are around at the moment.
Ebony magazine will also contain hard hitting articles about the latest gang and crime problems in America. Women who are currently experiencing the problems will give first hand accounts of what issues people are facing in America today. Ebony will raise awareness of American cultural issues which many other similar magazines way want to ignore.