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Jane Bruton

Editor, Grazia

In the face of rival weekly fashion title Look giving it a run for its money last year, Grazia editor Jane Bruton has had to up her game in 2009 with some new tactics.

The glossy women’s magazine partnered with Mary Portas on her Living and Giving shop campaign to raise more than £110,000 for charity, before becoming the centrepiece of an indie storm as York’s Sarah Coggles and mini chain Flannels offered 30% discounts via the magazine on current season stock.

The magazine has weekly sales of more than 225,000 copies thanks to its blend of aspirational and affordable fashion and celebrity gossip exclusives.

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