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"Vogue Thailand will have a strong beauty component, perhaps slightly more than other Vogues," James Woolhouse, President of Conde Nast Asia Pacific, told Reuters.
"We are seeing an increase in both the investment in the fashion retail space and the sales of luxury goods," said Woolhouse.
Editor-in-chief Kullawit said he wants the magazine, which costs 100 baht (US $3.35), to inspire Thai women and "give them new ideas like how to mix high-end brands with pieces that are readily available in Thailand's flea markets."
Donald Kummerfeld, president, International Federation of the Periodical Press (FIPP); George Green, president, Hearst International ( US); Ruud Bakker, CEO, VNU Business Media Europe (UK); Jean-Paul Denfert-Rochereau, CEO, Hachette Filipacchi Medias International (France); Erwin Reisch, CEO, Alfons W, Gentner Verlag (Germany); James Woolhouse, president, Conde Nast Asia Pacific (UK); Terry Adamson, executive vice-president, National Geographic Association (US); Wolfgang Fuerstner, managing director, VDZ (German Association of Magazine Publishers, Germany); Young-Chull Kim, chairman, Kaya Media Co, (Korea); Jon Ross, CEO, VNU China Business Media (UK); Thomas Gorman, chairman, Fortune China, CCI Asia Pacific (Hong Kong); Jacques Rougeaux, managing partner, SinoLink Investment (Hong Kong) and former chairman of Hachette Distribution China (Hua Dao Consulting).