We'll admit, we were pretty excited when Miss Vogue UK made its debut this past June with Cara Delevingne -- the poster child for cool, British youth -- on its cover. We weren't the only ones: The summer supplement to Vogue UK was such a success that Condé Nast has decided to publish it twice (in both April and October) in 2014.
WWD is reporting that the teen-focused magazine helped to sell a whopping 20,000 extra copies of the main title, which featured Kate Moss on the cover. Much like its stateside counterpart, Teen Vogue, the purse-sized print edition features a mix of aspirational fashion brands -- Meadham Kirchhoff, Junya Watanabe and Stella McCartney, for example -- with high-street standbys like ASOS and Topshop, which created a custom look for Delevingne's cover.
"The team and I look forward to bringing all the style and authority of British Vogue to the younger reader," the magazine's editor in chief Alexandra Schulman wrote on its site. And while Miss Vogue doesn't have a staff of its own yet (it's written and edited by the British Vogue team), the brand has taken great care to extend its voice towards its teenaged fans. There's even a dedicated Miss Vogue blog.
There aren't any high fashion-focused teen magazines on the market yet in the UK -- even though the Fashionista staff counts high street youth mag Company as one of its favorites -- so we wouldn't be surprised if Miss Vogue goes monthly sooner rather than later. With huge British talents like Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding and Emma Watson already industry darlings, the cover possibilities are endless.