Kvinner og Klær
|Editor||Gjyri Helén Werp|
|Former editors||Bente Engesland|
History and profile
Kvinner og Klær was launched under the title of Nordisk Mønster-Tidende as a magazine concerning needlework patterns in 1874. In 1940 it was renamed as Kvinner og Klær and its profile was modified as being a general interest women's magazine. In 1970 its official title was changed to the abbreviation KK.
The target group of the magazine is women in their 30s. In 2003 KK was one of the best-selling two women's magazines in Norway with a circulation of 70,000 copies. The 2010 circulation of the magazine was 48,604 copies. Its circulation was 44,017 copies in 2012.
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