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?
Let the poaching begin. Kristina O’Neill has been in her new role as editor-in-chief of WSJ for only one week (she officially started on October 29), but she's already poached at least one senior editor from Harper's Bazaar, where she previously worked for 10 years.
From Tom Ford's five baths a day, to Karl Lagerfeld's diet coke addiction, designers' idiosyncrasies have become as famous as, well, their designs. And they're one of our favorite forms of entertainment. The latest to join the eccentric-creative-genius club is Peter Dundas, who revealed his daily schedule to Harper's Bazaar for their My List feature. Among some of the revelations are that he has a serious sweet tooth, collects taxidermy and flies to work. Everyday. Talk about a jet set commute! Read on for the best bits from the interview.