TeenSet was an American magazine that targeted teenage readers and covered fashion, music, movies and other youth culture topics. It was a monthly publication that was published from 1965 until 1970.Image:teenset-sample-cover


TeenSet was launched in 1965 by Hillman Periodicals, a New York-based publishing company. The first issue featured the Beatles on its cover, and the magazine quickly became known for its coverage of music and pop culture.

In addition to feature articles on major music acts of the time, such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, and the Beach Boys, TeenSet also featured regular columns on fashion, movies, and television.

The magazine was known for its colorful, eye-catching covers, which often featured photographs of popular musicians and actors.

Content and Features

TeenSet was primarily focused on music and pop culture, and many of its articles and columns were devoted to artists and their work. The magazine also covered fashion, and regularly featured fashion spreads and style tips.

In addition, TeenSet had regular columns on teen health, advice, and lifestyles. The magazine was designed to appeal to a broad range of teenagers, covering a wide variety of topics and interests.

Impact and Legacy

Although TeenSet only published for a short time, its legacy can still be felt today. The magazine helped to define youth culture in the late 1960s, and was one of the first publications to focus exclusively on popular music.

TeenSet was also an important platform for many emerging writers and photographers, some of whom went on to become major figures in their respective fields.

Today, TeenSet is remembered as an important document of the music and fashion of the era, and continues to be an influence on contemporary youth culture.{{Categories}}

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