In 2014 co-founders Roxanne Fequiere and Alley O'Shea launched a KickStarter campaign to fund a publication that "didn’t
She likes her freckles, counting them and eagerly searching for more with me at the end of one of those long summer days. When she does this, I can't help but think of all of the time and agony I could have saved if only I counted the freckles instead of trying to scrub them away.
Though the theme is very feline, PUSS PUSS is at its core more about trends than treats. The magazine's "About" section on
In addition to showcasing beautiful, flowing costumes and garments, these figures also frequently exhibited references to contemporary pop culture and classic odes to literature and entertainment.
You're the fashion editor of the most-read women's magazine in the U.S. I may not be a huge fan of your content, but as your magazine goes, so goes, to a certain extent, the 18-to-34-year-old female nation. Trends are for everyone. So start one.
This isn't about shaming naturally thin women, it's about (1) calling out an industry that requires women to be unhealthy and then hides the harmful consequences and (2) acknowledging that even people who are a part of that industry don't necessarily have the power to change it.
With photographers like Irving Penn, models like Anne St. Marie and celebrities like Audrey Hepburn to bring them to life
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WWD bluntly spelled it out further, calling Talley "a living embodiment of the limits of racial progress in fashion and media
Every time we get the latest issue of a women's fashion magazine (be it Vogue, Elle or Cosmopolitan), we notice a distinct
Bandage dresses? Nooooo thanks.
WSJ. magazine has a new Deborah Needleman: Ruth Altchek, the editor of the Wall Street Journal's weekend section, Off Duty
As interest in vintage fashion magazines continues to soar, New York's cool crowd has descended on VFILES, the SoSo-based store where famed fashion magazine archivist Mike Gallagher has placed his pop-up store overflowing with vintage publications.
In a dreary month for fashion magazines, one title managed to buck the trend. The newsstand sales numbers for the March editions