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InStyle is a monthly women’s interest magazine, published by Time Inc., that celebrates the private side of public faces. It’s an insider’s guide to the lives and lifestyles of the world’s most fascinating people, offering a wealth of inspiration and ideas about beauty, fashion, home, entertaining, and charitable endeavors. Launched in 1995, it currently has a circulation of 1.7 million. Time Inc. ...


The magazine’s companion Web site, InStyle.com, is one of the leading online destinations for news and commentary about the hottest trends in fashion, beauty, and celebrity style. In addition to publishing selected content from the magazine, InStyle.com features interactive tools (including the Product Finder, with which visitors can track down items appearing in the pages of In Style); several editor-written blogs; and extensive Web-only coverage of star-studded parties and events. Updated daily, InStyle.com also publishes a number of free email newsletters.


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style (918 words)
Style is often aligned with pathos, since its figures of speech are often employed to persuade through emotional appeals (see Figures of pathos).
Style is very much part of the appeal through logos, especially considering the fact that schemes of repetition serve to produce coherence and clarity, obvious attributes of the appeal to reason.
Style is essential to rhetoric in that its guiding assumption is that the form or linguistic means in which something is communicated is as much part of the message as is the content (as MacLuhan has said, "the medium is the message").
Style - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (142 words)
Style may refer to genre, design, format, or appearance, including:
Linguistics: Variation in the language use of an individual, such as formal/informal style, is studied in stylistics.
One of the three traditional design features of a typeface along with size and weight - styles are either regular, italic or condensed.
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