Property title The London magazine will launch its new redesign next week with a promise to feature 60 per cent more editorial content.
The redesign, created by Cedar, has a ‘renewed emphasis on photography and articles written by some of the punchiest journalists in London”. The company said in a release:
The first issue includes an in-depth interview with London born Freddie Fox on his experiences leading the new phase in his family’s acting dynasty, beauty tips from fashion icon Yasmin Le Bon, and a special feature charting the Chelsea girls phenomenon from The Sunday Times columnist Shane Watson. The magazine will also include reviews from Jay Rayner on the latest in London’s exclusive restaurant scene, as well as a new property section featuring multi-award winning journalist Mira Bar-Hillel.
Editor Lucinda Bredin commented:
Our readers have impeccable taste and demand that our magazine delivers not just the finest in superb London property but also the latest trends in culture, food and society. We have remastered The London Magazine to do exactly this – applying uncompromising standards for both substance and style that will reaffirm its position as the premier London property magazine.
The London Magazine is a monthly magazine produced by Cedar on behalf of Central London Estate Agents (CLEA) since 1992. It is distributed to more than 85,000 of London’s ‘most affluent households’and is sold in Harrods, Selfridges, Waterstone’s and WHSmith. It will hit newsstands on Monday 3 September.
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