Plus, new report finds that progress on gender equality is slow in the fashion industry.
Plus, Valentino Beauty is launching makeup.
Plus, Solid & Striped gets into activewear.
Plus, what's happening with Bottega Veneta's social media?
Plus, Valentino supports New York's Casa Magazines.
"Music has been such a healer for the Black community since the beginning of time," Halle says.
Plus, Kanye West's Yeezy received millions in federal business loans.
Plus, Julee Wilson leaves "Essence" for "Cosmopolitan."
Plus, Zoë Kravitz graces the cover of "Elle."
Plus, Roberto Cavalli's court filing reveals restructuring plans.
The editor-in-chief of 'Cosmopolitan' and editorial director of 'Seventeen' is departing the magazines for an executive position at the publishing company. Former 'Yahoo Health' editor Michele Promaulayko has been named as her replacement.
Including: everything you wanted to know about millennials.
We took a look at 136 covers from 10 leading U.S. fashion publications, and while some did better than others, the results were not encouraging.
And Alexa Chung debuts the second episode of her documentary series.
And 'Dazed' investigates why designers are so nostalgic these days.
Plus, the National Magazine Awards 2015 finalists have been announced.
The magazine's Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles is an executive producer.
Watch out, Wintour.
How the lady mag's EIC plans to introduce a new generation of voters to the weighty issues affecting young women today.
With 'Elle' coming out on top.
And Tim Gunn asks, "Turn down for what?"
Cosmopolitan.com is the first of Hearst's websites to get a mobile and advertiser-friendly new look.
We think her 53.3 million Twitter followers might have something to do with it.