The publication is aimed at "today's modern multi-tasking women" ages 25-45, MSLO said in a news release.
"Fifteen years ago, we started Martha Stewart Living magazine, creating a new lifestyle category for women," MSLO Founder Martha Stewart said in a statement. "With Blueprint, we are extending our how-to expertise and unique style to a younger female audience. Our goal has always been to provide useful, inspired 'how-to' information that will help women live better and more gracefully."
A second issue of Blueprint is slated for late August 2006 with a goal of six issues published in 2007.
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