Plus, how nuptial-focused brands are taking editorial into their own hands.
Popular Los Angeles-based cannabis chain MedMen is behind the new title.
The indie publication at the intersection of hoops culture and high design.
Meet "Broccoli" and "Gossamer."
That cover letter you wrote? Don't bother sending it.
With Zee at the helm, could Yahoo truly come to compete in the big leagues of fashion sites?
Mary Murcko returns to Self after a 19-year hiatus.
Change is in the air for Conde Nast's underperforming women's fitness magazine.
Sources say Marissa Mayer wants Elle's Joe Zee to head up the new site.
Have magazines gone too far in the pursuit of ad dollars from beauty companies?
Plus: Shulman's views on fashion bloggers, overly thin models and covers that sell.
The role will have her oversee fashion coverage at both the Times's domestic paper and its international edition -- effectively replacing both Cathy Horyn and Suzy Menkes in one fell swoop.
Is it just us or has Twitter become much less inspiring during fashion week season?
Kind of awkward that Bee Shaffer's mom has a total crush on her boss.
Dazed & Confused has shortened its name to Dazed, ringing in a newly bi-monthly print cycle.
But after she saw them... she was kind of grateful.
It's a better bet than tablet editions: The glossy will now be putting new content on the magazine-like app every day.
Vanity Fair's editor in chief explains what happened with that Gwyneth Paltrow "epic takedown" piece.
After 15 years with the paper, Horyn is retiring to take care of her ailing partner.