Anna Wintour may not have gotten an ambassadorship out of her tireless fundraising efforts for Obama, but what she did get, was some incredible access to the President and the First Lady for Vogue.
Which celebs tanked on the newsstands? Click through to find out.
Click through to see which celebs ruled the newsstands over the past five years.
It seems magazines have less and less to do with, you know, actual magazines, these days.
Hot on the heels of the announcement of Conde Nast’s new branded TV series, and the company’s investment in e-commerce, comes news that Teen Vogue has partnered with Macy’s to launch a clothing line named for the magazine.
Rihanna and Taylor Swift may have been at the top of their fame game in 2012–both released new albums, courted controversy in their love lives, and were damn near inescapable–but apparently people didn’t really care to see them on the cover of fashion glossies.
Both starlets were newsstand duds, according to the Alliance for Audited Media’s annual report of the best and worst selling glossy covers. So which cover stars did boost sales?
For Numéro France’s March issue, Sebastian Kim photographed white model Ondria Hardin with darkened skin in an editorial called “African Queen.” Unsurprisingly, it pissed off a lot of people.
Numéro has since released a statement on its Facebook page apologizing and explaining its decision to create and publish this story.
Well, I’m not convinced.
How do you make a fashion editorial about watching TV interesting? Cast Naomi Campbell and Lindsey Wixson, and outfit them in Balenciaga and DKNY.