Forbes announced Monday that it has relaunched its lifestyle magazine, Forbes Life, and will make it available on newsstands as well as being mailed to subscribers.
It will also be available in replica form for Nooks, Kindles and iPads. The magazine has a new modern look, photo-driven editorial content, first-person storytelling, and access to the most important people in the world. It is focused on giving candid glimpses into the biggest names in business, showing how the rich and ambitious really live.
“In integrating Forbes Life with its parent and introducing a dazzling design courtesy of the great Robert Preist and his associate, Grace Lee, we are amplifying our nearly 22-year-old founding mission of celebrating the rewards of success with flair and style,” said Robert Forbes, president of ForbesLife, in a statement.
According to Forbes, Forbes Life readers spend more on travel, apparel and accessories, fine watches and jewelry, consumer electronics, home furnishings, and luxury vehicles than readers of any other business publication.
Additional highlights of the new Forbes Life include sections on the best in travel, auctions, charities, high-end sporting events and luxury goods as well as party pictures from exclusive Forbes branded events.