The change we’ve been waiting for is here.
Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, who had big plans as the first editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia, has been fired from the publication.
The well-executed April issue of Allure features personal stories from women of color who’ve experienced some form of racism or colorism, including Eva Longoria, future princess Meghan Markle, Fresh Off the Boat’s Constance Wu and Atlanta’s Zazie Beetz.
In addition to landing her first Vogue (::soft whisper:: Turkey) cover, Bella Hadid is also on the June cover of a major American magazine, Elle.
Was 2015 a good year for diversity in fashion magazines? Is it ever? The needle moves ever so sluggishly toward progression each year, but this wasn’t the best in terms of inclusion. Which is why Vogue insists that it’s on a mission to push forward.
Are models slowly returning to the covers of ladymags? Joan Smalls was on the January cover of Elle; now Lara Stone graces the April cover of Bazaar. Back in September, People editor Larry Hackett said: "The era of the A-List movie star is over." So does the future of fashion mags look like the (model-driven) past?
A New York Post Staff Report published this week alleges that an extreme injustice is occurring in this country. It's not "education, national defense or the lack of gold medals in skiing during the Winter Olympics." It's not even the cost of a liter of orange juice or the fact that every curb on the east coast is an…
Lady Gaga commands that we all get our eyes checked so we can gaze upon her on the February cover of Fashion Magazine, aka Canada's "No. 1 Fashion and Beauty Magazine."
September issues of fashion magazines are traditionally the largest of the year — the volumes with the most pages — not only because of the lavish fall fashion-oriented editorial photoshoots, but because the designers reveal their fall ad campaigns. But yesterday, Oscar de la Renta debuted its fall collection on …
"Fashion Cliques" is supposedly a fun little listicle thingy on page 202 of the September issue of W. The concept: A guide which categorizes fashionable women as one of five different "types." Including "The Girl Who Eats Her Feelings."
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.
Recently, we came across a copy of the May 1986 issue of Elle magazine. How does it compare to the May 2010 issue of Elle? What has changed — and what hasn't — in the last 24 years?