Hearst Announces 2015 Editorial Excellence Awards

Harper's Bazaar had a good year.

rihanna-harpers-05feb15-01Hearst has announced the winners of its 2015 editorial excellence awards.

The winners spanned 12 brands, but Harper’s Bazaar took home the most with three — Print Innovation of The Year, Cover of the Year and Best Photography.

Below is the full list of winners.

Print Innovation of the Year, U.S.:

Harper’s Bazaar– Pop-up edit: harper, Bazaar Gardens, Bazaar Art

Digital Innovation of the Year, U.S.:

Cosmopolitan.com – Snapchat Discover

International Excellence, Print (Outside US):

Harper’s Bazaar UK

Digital (Outside the U.S.):


Cover of The Year:

Harper’s Bazaar – March [Pictured]

Story of The Year:

Esquire – The Friend, by Matthew Teague, May


Harper’s Bazaar – March and September


Car and Driver – June and July

Regular Section or Department:

PopularMechanics.com – Space Vertical: Mars Week, October

Special Interests: (Fashion, Beauty, Food, Travel and Home Design):

Food Network Magazine, The Complete Guide to Cupcakes, May

Special Interests: (Health, Self-Improvement, Careers, Tech and Auto):

O, The Oprah Magazine – The Sensuous Woman, October

Public Interest:

Cosmopolitan – Pregnant? Scared? Need Options? Too Bad. August

Video of The Year:

CountryLiving.com and Delish – Halloween How-To: Mummy Pops

Best Use of Social Media:

Seventeen.com – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter