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"I am so fucking excited to see you all!" Joanna Coles, clad in a pair of leather leggings, yelled from the stage of the David H. Koch theater at Lincoln Center at 9:30 a.m. on a brisk Saturday in November. Coles, the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, was kicking off the New York version of the publication's »
Monday night at Glamour's annual Woman of the Year Awards in New York City, many of our most important cultural and political luminaries, and Tinsley Mortimer, walked the red carpet in the name of Empowerment. »
Zosia Mamet talked about her eating disorder battle on MSNBC's Morning Joe today. The Girls actress revealed how her father, famous playwright David Mamet, called out her addiction one day, saying "You can't die" to try and stop her from hurting herself. In that moment, Zosia said she realized that her "addiction… »
Olivia Wilde graces the cover of Glamour's September issue. And, in a twist, instead of promoting a film, she's promoting the fact that this fall, she will cohost the International Women's Media Foundation's Courage in Journalism Awards. Plus: Inside the issue, she's photographed breastfeeding. »
As August is just around the corner, now seems like an appropriate time to let you know that both Glamour and Marie Claire (and Katie Holmes and Zoë Saldana, by extension) are advocating for the Canadian Tuxedo as The Look for the rest of summer. »
With a redesign and a over a third of its pages devoted to fashion coverage, Glamour magazine is celebrating 75 years by doing what legacy brands do these days: harkening back to the old, emphasizing the new and making sure they make money while they do both. »
Rashida Jones and Zosia Mamet are joining Glamour as monthly contributors. While I'm excited — I like Jones and Mamet is fine on Girls — Jones' column will be about relationships. Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive said in a statement that Rashida will be offering a "one-of-a-kind—a smart graphic-novel-style treatment of the… »
Amy Adams and Claire Danes are both on the covers of the January issues of Vanity Fair and Glamour, respectively, and though Danes looks like she's been caught picnicking in Central Park while Adams could be drunk off of too much egg nog, their interviews reveal similar takes on being women in Hollywood. »
Last night was the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards, an annual event that honors inspiring and influential women for their accomplishments. This year, Glamour honored 12 women from all walks of life: advocates, entrepreneurs, pop stars, politicians and amazing superwomen who defy categorization (Malala Yousafzai). »
Lady Gaga is on the December cover of Glamour magazine — the Woman Of The Year issue — and inside, she talks about her weird outfits and her desire to change the world. »
This month's Glamour includes a 2-page Q&A featuring Anna Holmes and the magazine's deputy editor Mikki Halpin (who also contributed to The Book of Jezebel). And we've got more news! We've added a couple of author appearances and events to the schedule. On October 30, Anna will be appearing at The Avid Reader in her… »
The October issue of Glamour features Scandal star Kerry Washington, positively glowing in coral, a knowing smile on that gorgeous face. Back in February, we wondered why the hell Washington — who's been in three Oscar-nominated films and is the first black woman to have the lead role in a network drama since 1974 —… »
On the heels of magazine editors the industry across discussing ladymags' devotion to "serious journalism," Cosmopolitan editor Joanna Coles has said it's her plan to add more politics to the women's mag, which is considered by some to be only good for sex tips like what a good idea it is to leave fruit in your mouth… »