Issue Description:In this special Wedding issue, we have the results of the Femina survey conducted across India among single women under 35, to find out what they wanted their wedding to be like. Did you know that when it comes to matchmakers, matrimonial websites score higher than family? Or that irrespective of faith, the wedding band is the most important thing the bride is wearing? Pick up our issue to read more about what India’s future brides have to say.
And for those looking to dress up this festive season, our fashion and beauty pages have looks, tips and suggestions that’ll make you the centre of attention. Just like Jacqueline Fernandez who sparkles in bridal finery as she tells us her formula for Bollywood.
Magazine Description:The story of Femina, India's first and most read women's English magazine, unfolds much like the story of the urban Indian woman. For over 50 years now, Femina has been capturing the essence of the modern woman and how she has been evolving.
Over the years, Femina's readership has grown steadily, with over 60% of its English edition readers being in the age group of 25-45 years and over 76% of its Hindi edition readers being in the age group of 16-45 years. Today, our reader is not 'just' a homemaker or 'just' a professional, but she is both and more. And just like our readers, we too have evolved.
Today, Femina has an online incarnation: 'www.Femina.in', and with this, Femina aims to reach out to women through the entire day. The website covers a huge bandwidth of topics including fashion, relationships, beauty, buzz, health, and food, and columns like Your Space and Spotlight make it a one-stop-destination for women, online. The website also features user-generated content in the form of tips, communities, forums, polls, contests and other interactive content which add to the experience of the end user.