Founder Zarna Surti wanted to launch a print magazine based around the women of color whose voices and faces she felt were missing from existing publications.
A women's magazine in India has been accused of sensationalism for featuring a cover model nursing a baby who isn't hers — though others argue that it's an important step in normalizing breastfeeding in public.
Less than a year after sister Kendall Jenner caused a similar furor with her own "Vogue" India cover, Kim Kardashian has critics bemoaning a lack of representation.
According to Women’s Wear Daily, Condé Nast announced it will discontinue Teen Vogue’s print edition, which had only been publishing quarterly since…
Actor Kate Beckinsale attends the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter on 26 February 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. The publishing industry guessing game over who will assume Vanity Fair’s leadership role from long-serving superstar editor Graydon Carter may have been abruptly altered by sexual harassment accusations sweeping through the institutions of film, fashion and publishing. The impact of the fall of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, mired in sexual harassment allegations, was made clear on Friday when Conde Nast, publishers of Vogue and Vanity Fair, issued a statement calling for new systems to protect vulnerable workers from sexual predators.
You probably won’t hear black models besides Iman and Naomi Campbell get name-dropped when the discussion of supermodels arise. But in spite of fashion’s whitewashing of runways, ads, and magazines, there have been several other women of color, including Donyale Luna, Joyce Walker, and Darine Stern, who have accomplished heroic feats in the industry.
The cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair Mexico is a dig acknowledging the battles currently raging between President Trump and the country of Mexico — as well as President Trump and Vanity Fair magazine, respectively. In a repurposed stock photo image, the new first lady, Melania Trump, is seen twirling strands of diamond-encrusted necklaces with a fork, as if the jewelry were spaghetti.
Victoria Beckham believes she’s too old for this — the former Spice Girl has considered turning down lucrative modeling offers due to her insecurities.
While the Duchess of Cambridge has appeared in countless tabloids with stock photos around the world, the royal graces the cover of her first official magazine for British Vogue’s June issue.
Instagram star, blogger, model, and designer Nadia Aboulhosn is the April cover star for “Women’s Running” magazine, and to say the least, people are quite pleased.
Lena Dunham has never been shy about her body. In early 2014, Jezebel infamously paid someone $10,000 to send in un-retouched photos of Dunham’s Vogue cover shoot — which the site then published as GIFs juxtaposed with the edited versions.
For those not in the fashion know, Alessandro Michele, Gucci’s creative director who debuted his premiere round of ready-to-wear collections throughout 2015, is basically the sartorial Second Coming.
Condé Nast’s Brides has developed a new experiential service for readers in search of the ultimate wedding dress but there’s one hiccup: It will cost a pretty penny. The package includes a one-hour pre-consultation via Skype, followed by half a day at the Brides’ offices at Condé Nastheadquarters at One World Trade Center. “I would love for this package to lead to her finding her dream dress,” said Brides editor in chief Keija Minor, explaining advice would extend to shoes, veils and other accessories.
Lady Gaga is no stranger to shedding her clothes for the camera—and this time, she’s taking her actor-fiance Taylor Kinney along for the ride. According to Gaga, who guest edited the issue, the X-rated artistry was originally Kinney’s idea. “Since we first met, Taylor’s been drawing and painting all over me,” she writes in her editor’s letter. “Years ago, when we were secretly living in San Diego and crashing on the floor of a beach shack, we never wore shoes.
In early October, the former girlfriend of Kanye West and ex-wife of Wiz Khalifa held her first “Slut Walk” in Los Angeles, with the intention of empowering women and encouraging them to own their sexuality and take back the negative terms and slurs that’ve been weighing them down since the dawn of time. Amber Rose as Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes.
Condé Nast will be shuttering Details to focus on GQ Style. Editor in chief Dan Peres and publisher Drew Schutte were let go. Glamour publisher and chief revenue officer Connie Anne Phillips will oversee Self and Glamour. As a result, Mary Murko, Self’s publisher and chief revenue officer, has been let go.
Claire Danes looking glamorous in December 2015 Allure. (Photo: Sebastian Kim) Master of None and Homeland actress Claire Danes is on beauty magazine Allure’s December 2015 cover — but she’s talking more about inner beauty than outer beauty. In 1997 at only age 18, People named her one of the “50 Most Beautiful.” “Everybody falls in love with Claire,” Baz Luhrmann, director of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet starring Danes and Leonardo DiCaprio, told People.
Happy Birthday, Lauren Hutton! Today in honor of the American actress and model’s 72nd birthday, we are taking a look back at some of her most iconic magazine covers. Hutton, who has appeared on more covers of American Vogue than anyone else (26 times, to be exact), remains a true style and beauty icon today. Click through to see some of her best glossy beauty moments.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford, shot by legendary fashion photographer Herb Ritts, on the July 1988 cover of Playboy. For 62 years, the men’s lifestyle publication well known for its nude centerfolds, has played with the trope, “I read Playboy for the articles.” It has published authors like Arthur C. Clarke, Chuck Palahniuk, Haruki Murakami, Ian Fleming, and yes, feminist Margaret Atwood. It was where Jimmy Carter admitted to cheating on his wife, Metallica admitted to being dysfunctional, and John Lennon granted his last interview — which was published when he was murdered. As reported by The New York Times, in 2013, Playboy made its website “suitable for work” (SFW) in order to draw attention to its quality content and to separate itself from other men’s magazines like Penthouse.
“I’ve had the idea for Hannah for a long time,” Saafir says. The longer I worked in the editorial world, the more I saw a need for it.” The editorial staff at upcoming magazine, Hannah.
The shelter category these days is so much more than Elle Décor and Architectural Digest—or even Dwell and Surface. Readers today are looking for more than some hyper-modernist building in Sao Paolo or the latest TV celeb’s Hollywood Hills home; they may want to know how a struggling photographer turns her 300 square foot studio apartment into a gallery-like showcase for her personal objects, or what newfangled architectural ideas are capturing the zeitgeist (even if they’re never built). With out-of-the-box formats, fonts, and treatments (fabric-bound issues, anyone?), the next generation of home magazines speak to the modern individual’s interest in design.
Photo: Robbie Myers, who’s been Editor-in-Chief of Elle magazine for 15 years, knows a thing or two about what makes for an engaging read. We caught up with Myers at Thursday’s Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards—where she was accepting the honor for Fashion Magazine of the Year on behalf of Elle—to find out how she’s doing it.
16-year-old Brooklyn is Miss Vogue UK’s debut cover boy, shot by Daniel Jackson, and in his first ever press interview, he tells the British teen publication about hoping to study art and photography in the United States once he’s done with his exams. Vogue UK’s beauty and health director Nicola Mouton and fashion bookings assistant Katie Lowe tell Yahoo Beauty that Luke Hersheson did the hair, Miranda Joyce did the makeup, Kate Phelan styled the shoot, and 17-year-old Adrienne Juliger was the lucky model posing with Beckham.