Marie Claire

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Marie Claire
EditorArnaud de Contades (France)
Andrea Arbelaiz (Argentina)
Nicky Briger (Australia)
Marie O'Riordan (UK)
Circulation411,149 (France)
227,729 (UK)[1]
PublisherGroupe Marie Claire (France)
Editorial Perfil (Argentina)
Are Media (Australia)
Fashion Group (Mexico)
Future plc (UK)
Future US (U.S.)
First issue5 March 1937; 87 years ago (1937-03-05)
CountryFrance / UK (published in 35 countries)[2]
LanguageDistributed in 24 languages (France) (Argentina) (Australia) (Mexico) (UK) (U.S.)

Marie Claire is a major monthly magazine for women. It was first published in France, although it later expanded into other countries. The edition in the United States focuses mostly on women. Marie Claire, however, also covers health, fashion and beauty topics. The magazine was started in 1937 by Jean Prouvost and Marcelle Auclair.

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  1. "ABC Certificates and Reports: Marie Claire". Audit Bureau of Circulations. Archived from the original on 25 June 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2014. ABC July - December 2013, print and digital editions.
  2. "Historical development of the media in France" (PDF). McGraw-Hill Education. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 February 2015. Retrieved 24 February 2015.

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