Jours de France
Jours de France was founded in 1958 by the industrialist Marcel Dassault. The topics covered are very much in line with what Paris Match brings. As the title suggests, the content was mainly focused on France and included articles on fashion, politics, health, current affairs and social events.
In 1989, the magazine ceased to exist. In 2013, the magazine was revived by the Figaro group.
Jours de France is primarily a ‘society’ magazine. You enter the intimate world of famous French people. The articles in Jours de France do not lie: an article about Jean-Paul Carrere | life in a castle – Georges Hereil | Harold Robbins billionaire and pirate | Henry Berger – divorce reform must be improved | the warm welcome in Morocco – Valery Giscard d’Estaing | flowers to sleep in | Jours de France on a visit to Jacques Ribourel – the desire to perform is the engine of success | overcoming cellulite | the amazing fate of Napoleon III | Sheila and Ludovic | air Inter | Michel Debré – I know all about Amoise | Marie Dubois – an idyll in the heart of summer | Baudouin and Fabiola return from their holiday | the tricks of the trade of Jacques Dutronc | the inauguration of the new lyceum of Chamalières by Valery Giscard d’Estaing | the birth of a new shop in Paris | Charles Bronson in family – the quietest of all men | on the Champs-Elisées | the rendezvous at the Eiffel Tower with Mireille Mathieu and Peter Townsend | the battle of england | a cowboy on a motto Johnny Halliday | Gonzague Mulliez, the man who brought down the price of carpets | the chateau of Condé-en-Brie | how climbing mannequin was a orange skin | Alain Poher, the Senate should be able to give its opinion on government policy | Jacques Chirac the reception of the north | Princesse Margeret, 15 years of marriage | the triumph of Mikhail and Gisley | Gersende de Sabran | Marta Pan | Jacques Sallebert In addition, there are a number of regular sections such as those on beauty and grooming, readers’ letters, books and records