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Why Fashion Publishers Are Taking Over Coachella

In the 16 years since music fans first gathered in Indio, Calif., for two days of performances by artists like Beck and Morrissey, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has morphed from an indie event into a celebrity-filled mega party. It has also become a major draw for publishers and brands.

The CW Gets Social With Ford

In what the network is characterizing as its most ambitious co-branded marketing campaign to date, the CW and Ford have teamed up on a cross-platform initiative that will give viewers a sneak peek at a roster of new and returning series.

Vogue Retains Top Spot in March

Among the highly scrutinized March fashion magazines, Condé Nast's Vogue is holding on to its usual first place, with 457 ad pages, up 4.5 percent from 2012. Archrival Time Inc.'s InStyle weighed in with 361 pages, a 4 percent increase over last year.

More September Wins: ‘Vogue’, ‘InStyle’ Report Record-Breaking Paging

It looks like September is set to be a record-breaking month for a whole slew of fashion titles.

‘People’ Magazine Rolls Out the Red Carpet

This Sunday night, millions of viewers will tune into the Academy Awards to find out who takes home film’s top honors—and see who makes the “Best Dressed” lists.

Fashion Mags Get Off to a Rough Start

Things aren’t looking too good in the land of fashion titles. Nearly every fashion title (with the exception of Allure, which was flat, and Vogue, which fared well) dropped in the first half of the year, reports WWD.