Flair's December issue cover.

Italian publishing house Mondadori will stop publishing its glossy women’s magazine Flair, reported Italy’s trade publication Pambianco on Friday.

Directed by Michele Lupi, the bimonthly publication was recently restyled. Last January, a new creative team was appointed, while two months later its official web site and social media accounts were relaunched.

The Flair December issue, which retails at 3.50 euros, or $3.60 at current exchange rate, will be the last one published by Mondadori. Under Lupi’s direction, Flair focused on an intellectual and independent approach to fashion combined with a minimal graphic.

Reached by phone on Friday, Mondadori declined to comment.

Mondadori also owns women’s pubblications Grazia, Donna Moderna and Tu Style.