Women’s magazines, like the print business overall, have a notoriously poor history of foregrounding people of color, whether inside their pages, as subjects of their features, or of course, on their covers. Progress creeps along at the most marginal pace. Are the issues through the first half of 2016 any indication…
Quantico star Priyanka Chopra, who’s on the cover of Complex laying in an ocean of money, wouldn’t be satisfied just being a Bond girl.
In the midst of taking a year off to work on “personal development” and dedicate herself to feminism, Emma Watson spoke to Esquire U.K. for their “Women & Men” issue, discussing topics like equal pay, Photoshopped magazine covers, and clueless male feminists.
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.
Actress Karla Souza, who’s on the cover of GQ Mexico’s October issue, says the cover image would’ve been much more revealing if the magazine had its way.
If you haven’t already noticed, black women are sort of killing it this September. Kerry Washington, Ciara, Beyoncé and Serena Williams are all gracing the September issue covers of major magazines. The last time this happened was probably never.
Serena Williams is on the cover of New York Magazine’s fall fashion issue, looking seriously regal and powerful as usual.
Idris Elba has the honor of being the first man ever on the cover of Maxim. The actor and his lustful stare are currently featured on the mag’s September issue.
The photographer who shot New York Magazine’s epic cover featuring 35 of Bill Cosby’s rape accusers describes the photo shoots as an emotional bonding session, during which many of the women met for the first time.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed its newest issue, and its cover is stunning. There’s Batman on the left, Superman on the right, and some random lady front and center. She’s probably Wonder Woman, but because I can’t see much of her costume, that’s not entirely certain. Oh wait, you know what? It is Wonder Woman.…
Kim Kardashian is on the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone, where she says, “I believe that I am so much smarter than I’m portrayed.”
Brands, including MAC Cosmetics, are predictably pushing to sign Caitlyn Jenner on as a spokesperson.
On Sunday, the 10th season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians premieres on E!. Love them or hate them, this family has become arguably the biggest success reality television hath wrought. Their show turned them from a mildly famous wealthy California family to global superstars. And what's so beautiful about the whole…
Omnipresent Kim Kardashian has found herself on the yet another Vogue cover. She shared the February cover of Australian Vogue on her Instagram earlier today. Behold the best incarnation of Kim: "natural" Kim, who rises from the oceans around her. Kim of the ocean, Kim of the sea. Salty Kim. Her hair blows in the…
Here's the cover for Candy (or C☆NDY)'s fifth anniversary special issue, titled "The Role Models," starring Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, Carmen Carrera, and Geena Rocero—"the glamorous women who lead the trans revolution."
Well, it seems that Adam Driver is on his way to heartthrob status (if he wasn't there already). The Girls star is in the Daniel Radcliffe/Zoe Kazan movie What If and he's also nabbed the September cover of GQ.
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.