Plus, a new investigation finds widespread garment-worker wage theft in the wake of the pandemic.
Plus, makeup artist Scott Osbourne on his inspirations and bold looks.
Featuring sequins and highlighter hues.
Plus, what Goop really sells women.
The publication's final issue for January 2019 will hit newsstands at the end of November.
We reviewed this year's batch of September covers from nine leading U.S. fashion publications, and compared them to September issues going back to 2015.
Whether you're managing people or at the bottom of the office food chain.
"I've spent a lot of the last couple of months thinking about taking on this legacy brand."
"Restructuring" is the reason cited.
Plus, an elementary school in Tokyo introduces some pricey Armani uniforms.
She's the first digital-native editor to lead the women's publication.
Plus, Kim Kardashian coaches Kendall Jenner through Pepsi controversy on KUWTK premiere.
Plus, Justin O'Shea and Metallica collaborate on music merch for Selfridges.
The model opened up about the experience for the first time in an interview with 'Glamour.'
More women celebrating women, please.
"If I had a Barbie that looked like this growing up, who knows what I would've thought about my thighs," the "It" model told Fashionista. "I may not have hated them as much."
Plus, Condé Nast is consolidating its international digital editions of 'Vogue.'
Plus, Dior is selling handbags through China's WeChat.
"'Calling bullshit' in a smart way only strengthens their brand."
Plus, 'Glamour' Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive addresses the Amy Schumer drama on TV.
Targeting women sizes 12 and up, the issue marks the beginning of an extensive partnership with Lane Bryant, which even includes a clothing collection coming this fall.