Grazia is an Italian weekly magazine targeted at women, whose main areas of focus are fashion, celebrity gossip and news. It was first published in Italy in 1938 and has expanded greatly since its establishment to include editions printed in the UK, France, Australia, Spain, Poland, Greece Serbia, Japan, India, Croatia and Germany, amongst others. It has long been regarded as a reference point for style and quality journalism. It was because of this and the originality of the magazine in its presentation of news that in 2005, a British edition began to be published. In Italy, the magazine is owned by Mondaori and continues to grow in readership and global circulation.