Sandow Media announced this week that luxury design title Luxe Interiors + Design's premiere China edition is now available on newsstands and will be published monthly.
The premiere carries a healthy amount of advertising pages from both US- and China-based luxury companies. "Our China edition is an outstanding vehicle for premium luxury brands," said Jennifer Matthews, VP Group Publisher. "Holly Hunt, Janus et Cie, SA Baxter, Christopher Guy, Luxury Portfolio, Sotheby's, Studio Becker, Jiun Ho and Auton jumped at the opportunity to market to the wealthiest consumers in China. What's also exciting is that interest continues to grow. Luxury brands are in high demand among ultra-affluent consumers in China, and many of these companies want to grow sales abroad."
"The interior design sector in China has come of age, and consumers are keen to discover more about American architecture and interior design," said Pamela Jaccarino, VP, Editor in Chief, who recently moderated a panel on the Asian Influence in Design in Los Angeles. "Our China edition exposes the overseas market to aesthetics and trends in American luxury design, inspiring readers with ideas and resources."
Luxe Interiors + Design China can be viewed in it's entirety on the publication's website, luxesource.com with digital subscriptions soon to be available through an iOS app. Circulation is 50,000 for each edition and 600,000 annually. Distribution at China's first private airport and first private yacht club in Siamen will be part of the magazine's distribution model, following the successful model of Luxe Interiors + Design US editions.
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