Cosmopolitan Font

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What font is used in the Cosmopolitan logo?

“Franklin Gothic Std Extra Condensed” is the font used in the Cosmopolitan logo. This font is designed by Morris Benton and published by Bitstream. You can purchase this font from the link below.

If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.

You can use this font in your personal projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.

For brands and magazines dedicated to model makeup, cheerful colors such as pink and red are effective choices. By selecting such a color, the Cosmopolitan magazine’s logo font prints a distinctive cover alongside the makeup style. This logo font is used for cosmetic brands, Advertising Hairdressers, and luxury party invitation cards such as Valentine’s Day and anniversaries.

About Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan magazine was first launched as a family magazine, and in March 1886 its first issue was published.

There are 64 global versions of Cosmopolitan around the world, and the magazine has been published in 35 languages, and its distribution in more than 100 countries has made Cosmopople the world’s largest women’s magazine. Invest, with publications located in any local market. In October 2018, Baer Media Group announced that after 45 years, the Australian edition of Cosmopolitan will be discontinued because the magazine’s commercial survival is no longer stable.

Cosmopociation has been a women’s magazine since the 1960s, discussing topics such as gender, health, fitness, and fashion. Cosmopolitan also has a section called “Ask Him Anything” in which a male author answers readers’ questions about men and dating. The debate is over whether the answers in this section represent the majority of men or just based on the opinions of a small number of male writers.

Currently, the magazine covers topics such as gender, relationships, beauty, college, fashion, politics, film, books, music, money, jobs, and astronomy.

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