Conde Nast's has unveiled a redesign of the print and online edition of women's magazine Easy Living
Readers of the women's monthly will see the changes come into effect in the March 2012 issue, set to be released on Thursday 2 February.
Originally launched in March 2005, with a debut circulation of just over 170,000. In the first six months of last year it recorded a circulation of 158,038, down 7.1 per cent year on year.
Editor Deborah Joseph said: "We've redesigned [the magazine] and introduced more fashion, more pages and a more newsy feel."
The magazine will be on sale at the special discounted price of £2 and will coincide with the relaunch of EasyLiving.co.uk.
Joseph, formerly the editor of CondeNast Brides, added: 'We're also very excited about our new website, with a team led by the talented Natasha MacNamara, who has made Glamour.com such an incredible success."
With an average readership age of 38, the Conde Nast-owned title is hoping the modifications will help build a younger audience.
Joseph, who has also worked for the Daily Mail and IPC Media, said: 'Easy Living already has a strong following of stylish, bright, in-the-know 30-plus women, and I'm so thrilled to be building on that with a new-look magazine that's even more glamorous, upbeat and filled with ideas and inspiration than ever.
'It looks visual, glossy and clean, and its easy-to-navigate pages cover the huge breadth of subjects Easy Living is known for – food, fashion, interiors, travel [and] beauty.'