Independent youth title Frankie has continued its winning circulation streak, blitzing competitors and posting a four per cent year-on-year rise in print sales.
The latest results from the Audit Bureau of Circulations reveal print sales at 58,631 for the period ending June 2012, up from 56,361 in June 2011.
This follows a solid spell for the indie magazine, which saw annual sales rise 14 per cent or just over 7100 to nearly 58,000 by December, 2011.
Russh also posted a 6.4 per cent year-on-year rise, from 18,704 to 19,908 at June 2012.
The picture was more sobering for major fashion titles.
Grazia fell 8.1 per cent, with print sales at 49,714.
ACP-owned sister publication Harper's Bazaar also declined 3.6 per cent year-on-year. Print sales were 52,520, down from 54,464 in June 2011.
InStyle and Marie Claire magazine rounded up the losing streak, with the former falling 4.8 per cent year-on-year and the latter dropping 4.7 per cent.
Instyle recorded 57,212 sales and Marie Claire 97,702 sales for the period to June 2012.
Vogue bucked the trend with a 2 per cent year-on-year increase and sales of 51,119.
For a full list of circulation figures from sister publication adnews.com.au, click here.