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.
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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.
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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.
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Not many lunches in the fashion industry feature opening remarks by Senators Amy Klobuchar and Jeanne Shaheen, a former Secret Service agent as a tablemate, and a coat check shared with Georgina Chapman and Sky Ferreira. But then, not many industry lunches are hosted by Cosmopolitan editor in chief Joanna Coles.
Ad pages maybe up (at least in the hefty September issues all magazines like to publicize), but circulation--as in the number of people actually picking up copies-is on a steep decline. However, all hope may not be lost.
Things keep looking up for the publishing industry. Magazine ad pages (with some notable exceptions) have been steadily increasing over the past few years--a trend that, according to WWD, we can expect to continue: The trade reports that this year's September issues are the biggest since 2008, right before the recession hit.
The September issues are kind of like the Olympics in magazine publishing: Each glossy competes to be the biggest and the best. Booking the right cover star is, obviously, a big part of the battle. Likewise, for celebrities, nabbing the cover of a September issue is a coup of sorts. So who got the honors this year?