Glamour’s new plus size-focused stand-alone issue “Chic At Any Size”—part of a partnership with Lane Bryant—has received praise, but one star featured is, if not mad about the inclusion, questioning it.
For every half-baked, half-bitter “millennial” thinkpiece there are innumerable young activists and progressives, some of them not even yet tweens, gearing up to make this dumb nation a more inclusive, accepting, and forward-thinking place to live. Spend three minutes on the social media platform of your choice and…
Meredith Corporation, which owns titles like Better Homes and Gardens, Shape and Martha Stewart Living, announced Thursday that they are shuttering More magazine, a year after the publication revamped to target a wealthier demographic. The April 2016 issue will be its last; 30 employees are reportedly being let go.
Today, Kate Middleton is “guest-editing” HuffPo UK. She’s not the first and God knows she won’t be the last celebrity to turn her hand to gratis editorial work.
Most of the attention paid to Playboy Enterprises, Inc. over the years has revolved around a few things: the persona of Hugh Hefner, the mansion he lives in, and the magazine he founded. But there’s one thing that makes those parts, if not thrive, then survive, and it’s remarkably simple: the bunny ears logo…
Advance peeks of Playboy’s forthcoming March issue (on sale next Friday) have been released, revealing their first centerfold who leaves some of her clothes on: model and actress Dree Hemingway, daughter of Mariel Hemingway, who posed for the magazine in 1982.
In February, teenage girls will have a new place to get their news, in the form of an email newsletter sent daily to their inboxes, called Clover. “What’s email?” one teen said when told about the launch, barely raising her eyes from Snapchat. “What’s a newsletter?” another responded, as she posed for a selfie.
Shed a salty nostalgic tear for Penthouse as a print institution. After fifty years, the publication is going digital-only.
An update from this morning’s fun news about Maxim magazine’s new direction: the publication and its millionaire owner Sardar Bilgari are suing two of its former employees for anonymously speaking to the New York Post for a highly unflattering story about Biglari’s behavior towards Alessandra Ambrosio during the…
Following reports that Maxim publisher and millionaire Sardar Biglari had a heavy hand in the creation of the December issue of the magazine—so much so that sources said he demanded being included in a photo spread with cover star Alessandra Ambrosio—the magazine has revealed that Biglari will take over the title of…
For the latest on the Kardashian Kover Dynasty, Women’s Wear Daily brings us this news: after looking at “newsstand sales data from the Alliance for Audited media” they noted that in 2015, “many magazines saw a decline in copies sold when they featured the family members” (though not Vanity Fair’s Caitlyn Jenner cover…
Wow! Just wow! Women’s Health editor-in-chief Amy Keller Laird announced this week that the magazine is replacing words like “shrink” and “diet” with words like “toned,” “strong” and “sexy” on their covers. They’re also entirely getting rid of the infamous women’s magazine coverlines “Bikini Body” and “Drop Two Sizes.”
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.
Jennifer Lawrence, the highest-paid and arguably most beloved actor working today, spoke with Vogue’s Jonathan Van Meter as part of the December issue’s cover story. In the article, she comes off as funny, highly intelligent, and very sad.
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.
Though the magazine’s shuttering has been all but a sure thing for months now, it’s now official: Mashable reports that Lucky magazine stopped publishing content as of Friday, and that the entirety of the editorial staff has been laid off.