Rolling Stone and Harper’s Bazaar both gave their February 2015 covers to the photographer long accused of sexual misconduct. It’s not just a comeback — it’s a statement.
A closer look at the masthead of Bazaar, the American magazine that most frequently hires the photographer facing four years of sexual misconduct allegations.
JLaw covers the British fashion magazine’s November issue, and looks just lovely in the accompanying editorial. Enjoy!
Let’s guess how long it takes before the accompanying profile refers to her as a Fitzgeraldian “bright young thing.” (My guess: not long.)
She’s just like you and me, except more insufferable. Read the full Harper’s Bazaar interview here, or check out the highlights below.
Did we mention the Harper’s Bazaar shoot, styled by Carine Roitfeld, also features a baby monkey and ocelot? Genius.
From petticoats to pleasure tips. Compare the earliest issues of Cosmo, Vogue, Ms., and more to their most recent.
The talk show queen was shot by the controversial photographer in a spread for Harper’s Bazaar. And he managed to make her look pretty cool without all that icky feeling.
Diana Wang sued Hearst after she finished her unpaid internship at Harper’s Bazaar — and her lawsuit is going forward as a class-action. But previously unseen court documents show that her case might not be as strong as she thought.
I hope this practice becomes more widespread because Instagram really has the potential to inspire eye-catching fashion choices. If not for Instagram, how else would she get the idea that the item of clothing she really needs to buy next is a leather baseball hat?
Styleite asks, “Is this the most naked magazine cover of all time?”
Did you know? Total lack of self-awareness! Gwyneth Paltrow’s weekly email newsletter, GOOP, is comprised of lifestyle tips from Paltrow that the everyday woman can relate to. Except that it’s not. Ever. Literally not once ever.
Cindy, Naomi, and Helene grace the cover of Harper’s Bazaar. They’re dressed as Duran Duran. I kind of wished they had re-created the “Freedom ‘90” video instead.
Harper’s Bazaar decides to take Rachel Zoe’s famous words literally as she dies for fashion at the hands of several fashion icons. (via Harper’s Bazaar, photos by Douglas Friedman)
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