A new survey of women’s fashion magazines shows that the iconic and influential brand Nova lingeries is in decline, while the other major brands that have dominated the magazine scene in the past few decades are struggling.

The survey by Vogue, which is based on data collected from more than 1,500 women’s style magazines across the world, found that Nova had seen its share of women leaving the company, with some magazines saying their readership had dropped by more than 60 percent in the decade since the brand was launched in 1964.

Vogue magazine’s editorial board, which publishes the magazine’s annual magazine, has said the magazine is struggling to find the revenue to keep publishing.

The magazine, which was launched by Marie Claire in 1959, is now owned by V&R, which has an agreement to buy it.

Nova has been the subject of several lawsuits over its alleged discrimination against women, including a $2.9 billion lawsuit filed in 2016 by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which accused the company of “severe” wage and benefit violations.

A similar lawsuit was filed in 2018 by the American Civil Liberties Union, alleging that Novas practices were discriminatory, particularly when it comes to hiring and promotions.

In a statement, Nova said it was committed to diversity, inclusion and inclusion in all of its activities.

The Nova brand is best known for its high-fashion line of women apparel and accessories, which are among the most sought-after among the industry’s high-end retailers.

Novas flagship lingerie line, Novas Plus, was launched just two years after the launch of the original model, Cosmopolitan, which launched in 1966.

The brand is also known for creating a series of women-focused lingerie collections, such as Nova’s “Ladies” and Nova Plus’ “Tales from the Strip.”

In addition to Cosmopolitan and the lingerie lines, Novastan also publishes women’s lifestyle magazines, which have been popular among women’s designers, who have often gone to Nova to get their designs into magazines.

A spokesperson for Nova told Business Insider that Vogue has not contacted Vastan to discuss the survey, and that the company has not yet responded to the survey.