NEW YORK — Family Circle, the number-one-selling food and family magazine in the U.S. with a circulation of four million copies, has unveiled a new design with the September 2016 issue now available on newsstands nationwide.
Beginning with the September 2016 issue, Family Circle introduces a new logo with refreshed layouts and fonts and bolder photography. The magazine will continue to offer its signature modern, relevant content written for today’s moms raising tweens and teens.
“The new Family Circle focuses on the needs of leading millennial moms who are raising Generation Z – women who are influencers inside the home and out,” says Family Circle VP/Editor in Chief Linda Fears. “We’re always striving to cultivate their passions for everything from cooking, healthy living and home decorating to style and community involvement – all while guiding them through the ups and downs of family life. In future issues, we’ll focus on curating content that will drive compelling conversations on social media for our diverse community of 16 million readers.”
Family Circle‘s energetic refresh creates easier navigation, including more entry points, quick takeaways and engaging story formats. “The vibrant images and thought-provoking text will resonate with our readers who are looking for original ideas and a leisurely experience as well as those searching for an in-depth perspective on the issues and causes they care most about,” says Fears.
Anton Ioukhnovets, an award-winning designer and creative director of Ioukhnovets Studio, envisioned the magazine’s new aesthetic identity. Ioukhnovets has created signature designs for brands such as GQ, W, Allure, The New York Times Magazine and many others. “We’re using warm color palettes, stylish fonts and inviting cover portraits to evoke a mood and seasonality. By arranging the information in a playful, informal way, we aim to add more inspiration to a modern woman’s busy life,” says Ioukhnovets.
“Our readers are the busiest women in America,” says Family Circle VP/Publisher Lee Slattery. “By giving them ideas for staying up-to-date and organized in all aspects of their lives while connecting them to popular influencers and experts in its pages, we’re working even harder to serve up content that matters most to them.”
Family Circle is published 12 times per year by the Meredith Corporation.