Wallpaper?s travel mag for trendies

Wallpaper?s travel mag for trendies

Style magazine Wallpaper is branching out into foreign fields with the launch of a new "urban travel" magazine called Navigator.

The launch is an extension of the travel section within the magazine and will feature 10 different cities in each edition.

"Navigator will be a smartly written, beautifully-packaged, fast-track guide for the sophisticated, design-conscious traveller, determined to see and experience the best a city has to offer," said Wallpaper editor-inchief Jeremy Langmead.

The magazine, which hits the news-stands in February, will be published twice a year, at £5.99.

The first edition will feature Paris, Sao Paolo, Chicago, Sapporo, Berlin, London, Shanghai, Rome, Cairo and Copenhagen.

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