Glamour’s January cover features besties and stars of the forthcoming movie Sisters, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It’s also an issue devoted to “social”—also known as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and all those other platforms the cover stars don’t actually use.
The husband of Moira Smith, an NYPD officer killed on September 11, 2001, is publicly returning a “Woman of the Year” award given to her by Glamour magazine. James Smith said he FedExed the award back to the magazine after learning it had also been awarded to Caitlyn Jenner.
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.
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.
Glamour magazine usually waits until December to announce their 12 Women of the Year, but Editor-in-Chief Cindi Lieve decided to use the buzz surrounding Nobel Peace Prize non-winner Malala Yousafzai to announce ahead of time that she's one of 2013's Glamour Women of the Year. That means that the Malala Fund will get…
Pink is on the June issue of Glamour magazine, and inside, the ridiculously likable 33-year-old singer talks about motherhood, marriage and being a slut.
Nashville star Hayden Panettiere is on the May cover of Glamour — posing in absolutely stunning, vivid and summery photos by Peggy Sirota — and inside, she explains that although she was a child actress, her friends and family kept her from going off the rails. "I came up in the Messy Generation," she says. "The…
Last night in New York, Glamour magazine held its 22nd annual Women of the Year Awards — a fancy schmancy party, where ladies making big moves mixed and mingled. 20-year-old Selena Gomez is on the cover of the December issue, which honors the women of the year. Fun fact: All of the ladies were photographed for the…
Last night, Glamour Magazine hosted an event at Joe's Pub in New York City called These Girls, featuring a slew of monologues presented by various women. Among the ladies presenting was the perpetually pleasant-seeming Olivia Wilde who performed a piece dealing with her divorce from her husband of 8 years. Wilde said,…
Quoth she: "I'd be foolish not to take some of these opportunities that are coming my way. We all know this can go away at any moment." She sure looks purty! Additional images after the jump.
Reese Witherspoon has been in 25 movies and has two kids. At 34, she says in January's Glamour, she feels sexier than ever. And she's not scared about being a woman getting older in the unforgiving Hollywood industry.
- Nicole Richie is pissed at the paparazzi.
Jesus Christ. The editors took a gorgeous woman, put her in a Freddy Krueger sweater, and made her look… harsh.
At left: June's "size acceptance" issue of American Glamour. Right: An image from a "fatshionista" blogger story in the June issue of French Glamour. As blogger/novelist Erica Kennedy writes: "Why do the French mags always always have to outdo us?"
After seeing her speak on a panel about body image and health, I grabbed a few minutes with the legendary full-figured model, cancer survivor, author, blogger, former television news reporter, you-name-it, Emme. Getting through the crowd of admirers was tough.
Glamour editors must think their readers are pretty dumb. From how to wash your face to what men are thinking, we didn't learn anything new this month. Well, except when it's appropriate to pee on your man's motorcycle.