I am 22 and i still read 17 magazine i like it lol. I usually use it for the fashion seeing what is out there to buy and keeping up with whats hot or not lol. i actually find lots that i like and its nice how the clothes in the magazine are from stores normal people can go to like forever 21 or something like that not these things you see in Vouge where the dress is 234324 dollars compared to a dress that looks like the 234324 for only 20 dollars. I like reading the Traumarama its funny i am your typical person who likes laughing at things that happen to other people. There is semi celeb news in there i like the cover people they use celebs who are doing good things they focus more on celebs that can be role models for teens nowadays. I just like this mag lol and read it until i get to old to lol haha which will be never cause i look 16 and will probably look young for a while since yeah when i was 16 i looked 12 random ok thats my review i know im missing things i cant remember if you read the mag add a review talking about it.
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Seventeen is an American magazine for teenagers. It was first published in 1944 by Walter Annenberg's Triangle Publications. News Corporation bought Triangle in 1988, and sold Seventeen to K-III Communications (later Primedia) in 1991. Primedia sold the magazine to Hearst in 2003. It is still in the forefront of newsstand popularity among growing competition. This magazine is mostly for young girls from the ages of 13-20. The competition is Cosmo Girl and many others. Contents
As of January 2007, Ann Shoket is the editor in chief. She was formerly executive editor of CosmoGIRL! since October 2003. She replaced Atoosa Rubenstein, who left in November 2006, after the departure of nine editors in September 2006.
The content of Seventeen includes information and advice about fashion and trends, celebrities, beauty, skincare, hair and makeup, and lifestyles. It also has a health section about nutrition and exercise, a sex and body section, and quizzes and horoscopes. The article length is kept deliberately brief. High quality photographs emphasize regular celebrity and clothing themes and it is well supported by advertising targeted towards the big-spending demographic of fourteen to early twenty-year-olds. Originally, it was geared towards seventeen-year-olds, but since then has been trying to hit a wider demographic without watering down the content.