Vogue Turkey Debuts With 562 Pages

Editor in chief Seda Domanic, formerly host of CNBC World’s Business Turkey, was on hand to celebrate the launch of Turkish Vogue Sunday night at the Crillon hotel. Other staff members include editor-at-large Ece Sukan — a former model and owner of a vintage shop in Istanbul and fashion director Mary Fellowes, a stylist who worked as fashion editor of Intelligent Life magazine.

The cover of this month’s inaugural issue features model Jessica Stam wearing Giles Deacon, whose line recently launched in Turkey.

The newest edition to the Vogue family contains no less than 562 pages, including 252 ad pages. The magazine boasts a circulation of 80,000 copies both in Turkey and neighboring Cyprus and will cost approximately $7 USD at newsstands.