The year-old magazine, which at its peak in the first half of had an average monthly sale of ,, sold just , a month during the first half of last year. Hachette said it had taken the decision "with regret" and would concentrate its efforts on the magazine's website, Sugarscape. Its March issue will be its last regular edition, with a "beauty special" to be published in April. The closure comes as Hachette's French parent company, Lagardere, nears completion of the sale of its international magazine business to National Magazine Company owner, the Hearst Corporation.
Being a girl in the 90s was brilliant. Girl Power was riding high in the charts, everyone was wearing rip-away tracksuit bottoms, and all the boys were rocking Sun-In tips. Not to mention the amazing magazines on offer. Google the lyrics to your favourite song?
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Hachette Filipacchi is to close flagging teen print magazine Sugar in March, ahead of an anticipated group sale to US publisher Hearst. Sugar has steadily lost more than half of its paying readers throughout the past five years, with circulation falling from , to ,, according to ABC figures. The monthly title, which launched in October , only underwent its latest redesign in December's issue. The revamp included a larger format and improved paperstock.
They were our number one destination for fashion tips, life advice real stuff, not just inspirational Valencia filtered quotes , hair tutorials, make-up tutorials and celebrity gossip. Obvs, your attempts never worked out, and a few butterfly clips would be broken in the process. MORE : 16 things that smell like your 90s childhood. MORE : 23 90s fashion fads we deeply regret.