Specs Who Michele Promaulayko Current gig Editor in chief of Cosmopolitan and editorial director of Seventeen Previous gig Editor in chief, Yahoo Health
In September, Redbook will break away from the traditional celebrity cover model. Instead, the Hearst title will feature a group of real women—all winners of the magazine's second annual Real Women Style Awards—on the cover of its fall fashion issue.
Elle didn’t have to look very far to find a replacement for longtime creative director Joe Zee, who is decamping for Yahoo later this month.
It’s a match made in hipster heaven: Nylon, the alt-fashion bible, is merging with style blogger network FashionIndie.
The magazine industry is getting off to a rocky start in 2014. While magazine ad pages declined in large part thanks to weakness in two key advertising categories, the tide also appears to have turned for tablet advertising, one of the lone bright spots in recent years.
As 2013 comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at the big celebrity cover trends for the past year. Between all the Kardashians, the Royal Babies, and the Jennifers Aniston and Lawrence, who were the big winners?
Fashion magazines haven't yet closed their September issues in the hotly contested ad page race, but Hearst is hoping to grab the spotlight ahead of its rivals, revealing that Elle, Harper's Bazaar and Marie Claire will all break their own previous records this year.
Over the past few years, the action at Fashion Week has shifted from the runways to the sidewalks, where hordes of street style bloggers and photographers congregate to snap pictures of one another. And it’s not just female fashionistas drawing attention: From The Sartorialist to Tommy Ton, some of the blogosphere’s biggest stars are men.
Condé Nast's W magazine is reducing its print frequency from 12 issues a year to 10 while amping up its digital presence.