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6th Dec '17 8:07:10 PM DragonQuestZ
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* TheBeautifulElite
* ConspicuousConsumption
* CostumePorn

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* TheBeautifulElite
TheBeautifulElite (since the editors want the models to look as good as the clothes)
* ConspicuousConsumption
ConspicuousConsumption (the clothes and accessories being shown are usually for affluent buyers)
* CostumePornCostumePorn (when highly detailed clothes are featured)



* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit

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* ImpracticallyFancyOutfitImpracticallyFancyOutfit (sometimes these outfits are featured, over the grand, but practical, clothes)



* ModelCouple
* ModelingPoses
* PimpedOutDress
** FairytaleWeddingDress (for a Bridal Magazine)
* PrettyInMink (this is common for fall issues)

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* ModelCouple
ModelCouple (when two or more models are shown in a spread, they are likely chosen to visually compliment each other)
* ModelingPoses
ModelingPoses (when each outfit will likely get just one picture in an issue, the models will do their best to show the best of the outfits)
* PimpedOutDress
PimpedOutDress (evening dresses still can be quite detailed)
** FairytaleWeddingDress (for a Bridal Magazine)
(bridal magazine dresses are often elaborate)
* PrettyInMink (this (is is common for fall issues)issues to have a spread about various fur items)



* ProductPromotionParade
* UpMarketing

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* ProductPromotionParade
SimpleYetOpulent (many outfits will not look that detailed, but are still use expensive fabrics and workmanship)
* UpMarketing
UpMarketing (despite the tons of ads in these magazines, they are still selling high end items)
6th Dec '17 8:04:30 PM DragonQuestZ
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* TheBeautifulElite (since the editors want the models to look as good as the clothes)
* ConspicuousConsumption (the clothes and accessories being shown are usually for affluent buyers)
* CostumePorn (when highly detailed clothes are featured)

to:

* TheBeautifulElite (since the editors want the models to look as good as the clothes)
TheBeautifulElite
* ConspicuousConsumption (the clothes and accessories being shown are usually for affluent buyers)
ConspicuousConsumption
* CostumePorn (when highly detailed clothes are featured)CostumePorn



* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit (sometimes these outfits are featured, over the grand, but practical, clothes)

to:

* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit (sometimes these outfits are featured, over the grand, but practical, clothes)ImpracticallyFancyOutfit



* ModelCouple (when two or more models are shown in a spread, they are likely chosen to visually compliment each other)
* ModelingPoses (when each outfit will likely get just one picture in an issue, the models will do their best to show the best of the outfits)
* PimpedOutDress (evening dresses still can be quite detailed)
** FairytaleWeddingDress (bridal magazine dresses are often elaborate)
* PrettyInMink (is is common for fall issues to have a spread about various fur items)

to:

* ModelCouple (when two or more models are shown in a spread, they are likely chosen to visually compliment each other)
ModelCouple
* ModelingPoses (when each outfit will likely get just one picture in an issue, the models will do their best to show the best of the outfits)
ModelingPoses
* PimpedOutDress (evening dresses still can be quite detailed)
PimpedOutDress
** FairytaleWeddingDress (bridal magazine dresses are often elaborate)
(for a Bridal Magazine)
* PrettyInMink (is (this is common for fall issues to have a spread about various fur items)issues)



* SimpleYetOpulent (many outfits will not look that detailed, but are still use expensive fabrics and workmanship)
* UpMarketing (despite the tons of ads in these magazines, they are still selling high end items)

to:

* SimpleYetOpulent (many outfits will not look that detailed, but are still use expensive fabrics and workmanship)
ProductPromotionParade
* UpMarketing (despite the tons of ads in these magazines, they are still selling high end items)
UpMarketing
6th Dec '17 12:46:51 AM DragonQuestZ
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* TheBeautifulElite
* ConspicuousConsumption
* CostumePorn

to:

* TheBeautifulElite
TheBeautifulElite (since the editors want the models to look as good as the clothes)
* ConspicuousConsumption
ConspicuousConsumption (the clothes and accessories being shown are usually for affluent buyers)
* CostumePornCostumePorn (when highly detailed clothes are featured)



* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit

to:

* ImpracticallyFancyOutfitImpracticallyFancyOutfit (sometimes these outfits are featured, over the grand, but practical, clothes)



* ModelCouple
* ModelingPoses
* PimpedOutDress
** FairytaleWeddingDress (for a Bridal Magazine)
* PrettyInMink (this is common for fall issues)

to:

* ModelCouple
ModelCouple (when two or more models are shown in a spread, they are likely chosen to visually compliment each other)
* ModelingPoses
ModelingPoses (when each outfit will likely get just one picture in an issue, the models will do their best to show the best of the outfits)
* PimpedOutDress
PimpedOutDress (evening dresses still can be quite detailed)
** FairytaleWeddingDress (for a Bridal Magazine)
(bridal magazine dresses are often elaborate)
* PrettyInMink (this (is is common for fall issues)issues to have a spread about various fur items)



* ProductPromotionParade
* UpMarketing

to:

* ProductPromotionParade
SimpleYetOpulent (many outfits will not look that detailed, but are still use expensive fabrics and workmanship)
* UpMarketing
UpMarketing (despite the tons of ads in these magazines, they are still selling high end items)
5th Dec '17 11:35:53 PM DragonQuestZ
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* TheBeautifulPeople

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* TheBeautifulPeopleTheBeautifulElite
5th Dec '17 1:36:23 AM DragonQuestZ
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* FashionModel: Since many ads and spreads have people wearing the clothes)

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* FashionModel: Since many FashionModel (most ads and spreads have people wearing the these clothes)



* MerchandiseDriven (Spreads showing clothes will note who made each piece, and how much they cost.)

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* MerchandiseDriven (Spreads (spreads showing clothes will note who made each piece, and how much they cost.)cost)



!!Magazines:
[[index]]
* ''Magazine/{{Brides}}''
* ''Magazine/{{Cosmopolitan}}'' (although with less of a focus these days over other things like lifestyle and relationship articles)
* ''Magazine/{{Elle}}''
* ''Magazine/{{Esquire}}''
* ''Magazine/HarpersBazaar''
* ''Magazine/InStyle''
* ''Magazine/GentlemansQuarterly'', aka ''GQ'' (a male-focused fashion magazine, but often runs lads-mag-style photo shoots of women in skimpy clothes)
* ''Magazine/ModernBride''
* ''Magazine/VanityFair'' (named for the book, ''Literature/VanityFair'', but otherwise unrelated)
* ''Magazine/{{Vogue}}'' (now it's so full of ads that sometimes the table of contents is on ''page 100'' or later).
* ''Magazine/{{W}}''
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!!Fashion magazines featured in fiction



!!Examples



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* ''Magazine/{{Cosmopolitan}}'' (although with less of a focus than others)
** Cosmopolitan tends to focus more on issues, lifestyle, relationships and sex and so on than fashion nowadays.
* RuleSixtyThree of the above is ''Magazine/{{Esquire}}''
* ''Magazine/{{Elle}}''
* ''Magazine/HarpersBazaar''
* ''Magazine/GentlemansQuarterly'' (GQ), one of the few male-focused fashion magazines. Often runs lads-mag-style photo shoots of women in skimpy clothes.
* ''Magazine/VanityFair'' (not the book, Literature/VanityFair)
* ''Magazine/{{Vogue}}'' (so full of ads that sometimes the table of contents is on ''page 100'' or later).
* ''Magazine/{{W}}''
* ''Magazine/InStyle''

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8th Nov '17 7:02:07 AM DragonQuestZ
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[[quoteright:320:[[Magazine/{{Vogue}} http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rethinking_mink.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:320:"Reinventing the wheel" is a common type of article.]]

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[[quoteright:320:[[Magazine/{{Vogue}} [[quoteright:350:[[Magazine/{{Vogue}} http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rethinking_mink.org/pmwiki/pub/images/vogue_n94_01a.jpg]]]]
[[caption-width-right:320:"Reinventing [[caption-width-right:350:"Reinventing the wheel" is a common type of article.]]
14th Sep '17 12:43:14 AM PaulA
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* Allure magazine in ''{{Lady in the Dark}}''.

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* Allure In ''Theatre/LadyInTheDark'', the protagonist is the editor of ''Allure'' magazine in ''{{Lady in but her life is not nearly as glamorous as the Dark}}''.
contents of her magazine.
7th Oct '16 3:10:15 AM Skargoth
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7th Sep '16 3:27:34 PM eroock
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->"I can totally see some of them being used in one of those glossy fashion magazines. Y'know, the kind that cost nine bucks and are 97% ads."
-->--[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]] email [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail132.html "Modeling"]]

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->"I ->''"I can totally see some of them being used in one of those glossy fashion magazines. Y'know, the kind that cost nine bucks and are 97% ads."
-->--[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner
"''
-->-- [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner
Strong Bad]] email [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail132.html "Modeling"]]
29th Mar '16 2:36:45 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In the episode "Cosmopolitan Magazine", a photographer arrives from the real-life ''Magazine/{{Cosmopolitan}} Magazine'', to do an article and photo-spread about an average American magazine. The trope is somewhat averted, as at the time (1953) Cosmopolitan was an esteemed literary and general interest periodical, [[MagazineDecay and not the slutty woman's sex and fashion magazine it is today]]. The radio episode was broadcast to coincide with Cosmopolitan's publication of an article on Eve Arden and ''Our Miss Brooks'' [[OlderThanTheyThink An example of the application of media "synergies", at least fifty years before the modern word was coined.]]

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In the episode "Cosmopolitan Magazine", a photographer arrives from the real-life ''Magazine/{{Cosmopolitan}} Magazine'', Magazine'' to do an article and photo-spread about an average American magazine. high school. The trope is somewhat averted, as at the time (1953) Cosmopolitan was an esteemed literary and general interest periodical, [[MagazineDecay and not the slutty woman's women's sex and fashion magazine it is today]]. The radio episode was broadcast to coincide with Cosmopolitan's publication of an article on Eve Arden and ''Our Miss Brooks'' [[OlderThanTheyThink An example of the application of media "synergies", at least fifty years before the modern word was coined.]]
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