The UK's biggest-selling women's lifestyle magazine is launching an one-off edition specifically for Scotland, as part of UK-wide initiative that will see eight, separate regionalised editions on the newsstand.
The September issue of Glamour will contain 16 pages of editorial tailored for readers north of the border.
The Condé Nast title, which goes on sale on Thursday, will have special editions for Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Northern Ireland, Wales, Newcastle and London, as well as Scotland. The company describes the move as “an UK first”.
The Scotland edition is to include an interview with radio DJ and TV presenter, Edith Bowman, under the heading, 'This is my Scotland'.
UK-wide, the title sells an average 515,281 issues per month, according to the latest Audit Bureau of Circulation figures.