OK, that is perhaps the most obvious statement of the new year, but it's true.
will have an effect on their headlines in the new year?
Behold the unbearable monotony of Harper's Bazaar cover text. You might notice that our word cloud for Bazaar looks a little sparse, but that is the unfortunate result of reprinting "Update Your Look" and some form of "Best/Must-Have/New Bags and Shoes" 11 times a year. There aren't really a lot of word choices to fill it out.
InStyle believes that life is a red carpet, and is chock full of "secrets," "ways," and "tricks" to make that a reality. We are surprised that "shopping" doesn't have a bigger showing on its covers considering it's such a large part of the magazine's content.
"New" is a favorite word shared by just about all major fashion magazines, none more so this year than Marie Claire. And of course it's the place to get your news about Project Runway.
Where Cosmopolitan is "sex," Vogue is "fashion." Makes sense, and we'd be worried if it wasn't the most popular word. The usual suspects play secondary roles--including Vogue's obsession with "Hollywood"--with the inclusion of one word we didn't really see anywhere else, "romantic." How sweet.