Since 2010, women have been accusing photographer Terry Richardson of inappropriate behavior on the set of photo shoots. But many publications have hired Richardson — repeatedly — since the allegations surfaced.
Madonna's on the November cover of Bazaar, and inside, there's an essay she's written about herself, as she looks back on a 30-year career, starting with the years before she became famous.
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…
Gwen Stefani is on the cover of the September issue of Bazaar, and the 42-year-old mom is asked about how she keeps in shape. She explains:
Kim Kardashian is the March coverlady on Harper's Bazaar, and inside, she plays the Queen Of
The Nile in photographs by (who else?) Terry Richardson. She also talks about her body, since that is one of her strongest talents. Quoth Kim: "I'm on a diet… I need to be. I love to eat-Kit Kats or cookies-and-cream…
- Nicole Kidman is on the February cover of Harper's Bazaar, and inside, she is interviewed by Jennifer Aniston. (They're both in that new Adam Sandler flick.) Nic tells Jen how she felt when she first met Keith Urban.
"Women hit on me. My husband thinks it's so odd that so many women hit on me," Christina Hendricks says in the November issue of Bazaar.
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.
So. I was forced to watch a show I'd never seen before, The Rachel Zoe Project. As far as I can tell, someone died? Rachel dramatically said stuff like, "Taylor was everything to me." And: "My heart is broken. Broken."
"Fashion and film used to feed off each other." So says Eugenia Paulicelli, curator of the exhibit Fashion + Film: The 1960s Revisited (which opens at the CUNY Graduate Center next week) in today's New York Times. So what happened?
promised, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are on the December cover of Bazaar. (Us also has the details!) And though
Rob don't admit that they are dating, they certainly drop hints:
My friend in Asia sent me the September issue of Bazaar Japan, with the coverline "First Lady Chic." Inside, there are "steal her style" stories for Michelle Obama and Carla Bruni. And a blonde doll taking over the White House.
It's that time of year where we tally all the prices in fashion magazines' September issues to determine which one has the most expensive shit. This year, it looks like the recession (sorta) had an effect on ladymags' editorial selections!
This "Vagaries Of Fashion" spread from Italian Vogue — seen on Sociological Images — is the third "neglectful mom" shoot we've seen from a fashion magazine this year.
For some reason, the ladymags are kicking off the year with a smattering of our least favorite kind of photoshoot: The kind in which the models are jumping on a neutral background.