For W magazine’s latest issue, Janelle Monáe dressed up like a fly detective in a fashion feature directed by Jordan Peele. Black History Month keeps on giving.
Gabrielle Union has been vocal about sexual violence for years, but one side effect of her advocacy is that she’s pretty much constantly triggered.
Now that #MeToo has made the perilous journey from hashtag to movement, here’s the obvious next step: this year’s Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue will loosely gesture at the movement by allowing the models to be “participants” as well as “objects.”
What if I told you there was a magnificent collection of tens of thousands of magazines in a former cannon foundry outside London?
It seems like there are so many magazine covers to go around that publications shouldn’t have an issue with finding space for women of color, but according to Fashionista’s yearly report, a lot of them went to Nicole Kidman.
Radhika Jones, editorial director of the books department at the New York TImes, will be the next editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, the Times reports. Jones is rumored to have beat out Adam Moss, the editor of New York; Janice Min, and Andrew Ross Sorkin—all of whose names were reportedly floated for the job.
On Thursday actress Lupita Nyong’o called out fashion magazine Grazia U.K. for photoshopping her hair, posting side by side pictures of the original photos from the shoot and the eventual cover on Instagram.
Condé Nast announced Thursday that Teen Vogue will no longer run in print, WWD reports, part of overall budget cuts and cost-saving measures implemented across the company as more of their publications pivot to digital.
Entertainment Weekly revealed its latest cover and there’s one thing about it that immediately pops out.
In an interview last month with the New York Times Magazine, Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Elaine Welteroth discussed what the next step would be for the magazine’s “woke” audience after winning them over with a recent political reinvention.
The debut issue of Goop’s magazine is dedicated, Editor-in-Chief Gwenyth Paltrow writes, to “wellness.” That’s no surprise, as Paltrow and her brand have built a small empire on “wellness,” a word that—in large part due to Paltrow’s influence and Goop’s success—has popped up in nearly every woman’s publication in the…
After 16 years as EIC of Glamour, Cindi Leive is stepping down, next job unspecified. She will stay with the magazine through the end of the year.
Nina Garcia is already a household name beyond the level of most editors not named Wintour, thanks to her appearance as a trusted and discerning Project Runway judge since the show’s inception. Now, she’ll assume a post a celebrity EIC of Elle, after former longtime editor Robbie Myers announced her departure on…
After helming Elle for close to two decades, Robbie Myers is stepping down from her role as editor in chief.
Nylon is folding its print edition and laying off members of the print staff, the publication announced on Thursday.
It is truly the end of an era: Graydon Carter, the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, is stepping down in December, after 25 long years.
Tracee Ellis Ross, the daughter of a legend and an icon herself, made the sensible choice to go “shopping” in her mom Diana Ross’ closet as a child.
On Monday Allure announced that they would stop using the term “anti-aging” in the magazine. “...changing the way we think about aging starts with changing the way we talk about aging. With that in mind, and starting with this issue, we are making a resolution to stop using the term ‘anti-aging,’” editor-in-chief…