Women’s magazines, like the print business overall, have a notoriously poor history of foregrounding people of color, whether inside their pages, as subjects of their features, or of course, on their covers. Progress creeps along at the most marginal pace. Are the issues through the first half of 2016 any indication…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Allure is incredibly amused by the properities of Tina Fey’s skin, John Krasinski is making me feel weird and Christina Applegate sobs.
In a relatively shocking turn of events, longtime Allure magazine Editor-in-Chief/Founder Linda Wells has been replaced with Michelle Lee, who just left Nylon.
Allure magazine has rightfully been dragged through the mud over the past few days for a hair tutorial in their August issue called, “You (Yes, You) Can Have An Afro,” which instructs white women on how to achieve an “Afro.” Unfortunately for Allure, the tutorial doesn’t begin and end with, “be black.”
Joined by Jordana Brewster, Nicole Beharie of Sleepy Hollow, Katheryn Winnick of Vikings and Sandrine Holt of Terminator Genisys, Laverne Cox is in Allure’s latest Nude issue in all her naked glory.
Kendall Jenner is on the cover of the March issue of Allure magazine. Inside the magazine, she purports to have a close personal relationship with a monkey. Not just any monkey, though: it's Marcel, Ross's monkey. Oh HELL no.
Just a few days after Condé Nast announced they were mostly severing ties with their shopping magazine Lucky as that publication entered the ecommerce sphere, beauty publication Allure announced they'd be launching a platform that will allow readers to book salon services from Allure.com.
Allure's springtime Beauty Box is something plenty of women look forward to every year. Filled with full-sized hair, beauty, and hygienic products, it's quite the bargain. It's sells out like lightning, and people tend to lose their goddamn minds over it. So you can imagine just how people felt when Allure's site…
Allure magazine is celebrating spring the way they usually do: by getting a few pretty famous women to take their clothes off and pose for some nudes in which none of their truly interesting parts are displayed. The lucky ones this May are Kristen Bell, Nia Long, Minnie Driver and Jenna Dewan Tatum.
The December issue of Allure has two covers: One of Ashley Olsen, one of Mary-Kate Olsen. The tycoons are launching a duo of perfumes connected to their designer label Elizabeth and James.
Kate Moss is on the August cover of Allure magazine, and inside, she reveals that her 11-year-old daughter Lila is just as enamored of the fashion world as her mother.
In Ladymag Land, the biggest issues of the year are the September issues. And this year, Vogue, Queen of the Ladymags, had its biggest issue ever. Nine hundred sixteen pages: Absolutely GIGANTIC. But all of the Ladymags celebrated the fall season in a huge way, and we could not let this momentous occasion pass without…
One of the least fun parts of being a lady is the constant barrage of media that insists that there are products to be purchased that might help you overcome your crushing lack of Pretty. A new survey reveals that while some women are internalizing this message, one group is rejecting en masse it and declaring…
The woman who plays Betty Draper says: "I'll stop at McDonald's and get a strawberry shake and fries and not feel guilty at all, because I deserve it."
This year you may have asked yourself, why the hell are the Kardashians on so many magazine covers? The answer is simple.
In fall 2007, WWD and The New York Times published pieces about the absence of black models on the fashion runways. We did our own tally of black models in fashion magazines, and came up with some shocking statistics.