As part of a big restructuring today at Hearst, the company quietly announced that after January 2019, Redbook will become an “online-only destination.” This brings the number of original “seven sisters” women’s service magazines still appearing in print down to four.
For instance: Consider your Christmas shopping handled, thanks to the June 1974 issue of McCall’s magazine. Just buy all your loved ones this “unique and reasonably priced” Pictorial History of Aberrant Behavior—the first of its kind! First installment free!
Anna "Nuclear" Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue, did a "73 Questions" video for, uh, Vogue. It has a surreal, forced, rehearsed, uncomfortable faux-documentary quality but the notoriously fierce fashion magnate is a rather good sport.
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.
As seen on Reddit. Next month: White hot stars for every body type and the 168 best black holes in the universe!
Janet Mock, the absolutely incredible writer, trans activist and all-around inspiration to humans everywhere, has been named a contributing editor at Marie Claire. Yes!
Years of romcoms and episodes of Sex And The City and Ugly Betty have taught us that a glossy magazine is a fabulous place to work, full of luxe perks and glamour. But publishing has taken a financial hit, and editors are being told to cut back.
Ladies! Need a refresher course on how to eat food in front of man who has asked you out? Unsure of what kind of fruit you can eat on a date? This ladymag from the 1950s has you covered.
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.
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?
In her March 2014 editor's letter, Elle editor-inc-chief Roberta Myers explains just how that black and white cover featuring Mindy Kaling came to be.
A Instagram account maintained by a Rihanna fan posted this "leaked" cover of Rihanna on the cover of the March issue of Vogue.
Like Vanity Fair, the March edition of Essence is also the Hollywood Issue! Oprah is resplendent in ivory, surrounded by suited-up actors Chiwetel Ejiofor, Forest Whitaker, and Michael B. Jordan. Inside, there's a beauty feature starring Lupita Nyong'o, so, you know, stay tuned for gorgeous pix.
We may never know the real story about what went down between Vanity Fair and Gwyneth Paltrow, but in his editor's letter for the March issue of the magazine, editor-in-chief Graydon Carter addresses the kerfuffle, offering up his side of the story. It is… odd.
Score one for Kanye West. You may have been following the slew of rumors that Yeezus has been begging Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour to put his fiancée, Kim Kardashian, on the cover of the esteemed publication. It's unclear whether or not he actually groveled or if Nuclear Wintour just thawed to (or was already…
OMFG Tom Hiddleston looks so damn good on the March 2014 digital cover of Elle UK. Christ.
The trend of women's magazines using curse words on their covers continues: Cosmopolitan's January cover screams "52 HOLY SH@*!T SEX MOVES: Let the Games Begin!"
Four of television's brightest female stars — Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler, Allison Williams and Zooey Deschanel — were chosen to individually cover Elle's February issue, but only one got the up-close, cropped treatment. Can you guess which one?