From fashion and beauty to hobbies and home decor, there's a magazine to suit everyone's tastes, and I personally love them. Not just for the articles, but as picture references for inspirations or mood boards for projects.
At home, I have a small collection of back issues of Teen Vogue and Company Magazine, with one or two other mags thrown in there. Although I no longer read Teen Vogue, being American, you can't purchase much they promote. So the new British Miss Vogue has been a great alternative - let's just hope they continue with it!
Unlike other mags, the revamped Company isn't mainstream and focuses more on Bloggers in fashion. Don't get me wrong, I love to read others, such as InStyle, Elle and Vogue, but sometimes a change in focus is refreshing.
For those into crafts and sewing, I would definitely recommend Cloth. There are lots of simple and fashionable projects to have a go at, following the latest trends. As well as info about crafting events and where to shop.
Coverage on runway shows for every S/S and A/W can come on paper as well as on film. Both Hello! and Marie Claire's handbooks are practically picture books (which we all secretly love), just filled with Designer shows, to spot what upcoming trends will be.