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Kiki (magazine)

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Kiki (magazine)

Editor-in-chief Jamie Bryant
Categories Children's, fashion
Frequency Bi-monthly
Publisher B-books, Ltd.
First issue Fall 2007
Country  United States
Language English

Kiki Magazine is an interactive fashion magazine published bi-monthly for girls between the ages of 8 and 14. It was launched in Fall of 2007 by B-books, Ltd..

Unlike typical fashion magazines oriented toward teenage readers, Kiki emphasizes creative self-expression over glamour and beauty.[1] It makes a point of avoiding common topics of celebrity gossip, romance, and trends; instead, it contains features such as interviews with students and professional designers, tips on managing money, and articles on fashion in world cultures. It also contains space for girls to write and draw directly on the magazine’s pages, encouraging reader interaction. The magazine’s tagline, “For girls with style and substance,” underscores its approach to fashion as a reflection of personal identity.


The magazine features 7 departments: From the Studio, Art Bin, World Beat, Biz Buzz, Kiki Care, Your Style, and Kiki Fun.[2]

From the Studio focuses on design, textiles, shoes, fixing clothes, and other practical fashion topics. Art Bin focuses on art tools and how-to projects.

World Beat profiles cultural trends and cities with design traditions; cities featured to date have included New York, London, and the Japanese cities of Tokyo and Osaka.

Biz Buzz concerns the fashion industry and money management. Kiki Care deals with grooming, health, and exercise. Your Style focuses on readers' everyday life.

The final section, Kiki Fun, contains games, puzzles, and quizzes.


External links

  • Kiki Official website
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