Behind every mighty superhero is an even mightier publicist. Made by tumblr artist Kim McG.
It’s Drake. (And they really did.)
None of these celebrities have fronted the American fashion magazine yet*. But as these covers show, they all really should.
Kate Moss will reportedly cover the January 2014 issue, which seems completely weird — but it actually isn’t.
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, and more. Reasonably NSFW, as you might expect.
Says Alexandra Shulman “As a magazine editor you’re like an orchestra’s conductor, and your role is to bring everything together It may be that you can play the cello but you can’t play the flute, [but] that doesn’t mean to say you can’t work with the flautist.”
The reign of Jane was a special time. Amen.
She looks stunning, if, well, maybe slightly photoshopped.
Why would anyone share this stuff in public?
‘Fun Fearless Freedom From The Oppression Of Capitalism’, jokes Cosmarxpolitan.
So this is what Pete Campbell has been doing in his Manhattan apartment? What would Trudy say?
Thanks for ruining all this, internet.
How not to edit a publication.
Quite clearly the greatest magazine of our time.
Have women always been “ornamental” on the cover of Esquire? We combed the archives to find out.
It was also the place where Hey Arnold! got its start.
This awkwardly named fanzine of the ’70s was short-lived, but featured amazing illustrations and articles.
Female authors are even less likely to get their books reviewed at The New York Times Book Review and other highbrow outlets than they were in 2010.
Remember these teen magazines? They may be gone, but definitely not forgotten.
It’s not all about wearing designer clothing.
The truth doesn’t sell magazines.
Why did this magazine ever stop being published?!
From petticoats to pleasure tips. Compare the earliest issues of Cosmo, Vogue, Ms., and more to their most recent.
It’s hard to believe this thing is finally wrapping up. A look back at the campaign’s most memorable magazine covers.
Instinct Magazine published and then pulled down a story about the closure of America’s oldest LGBT magazine. The Advocate says the report was “patently false.”
A new study finds that girls’ desire to look like skinny models in magazines may be influenced more by their genes than by their exposure to the magazines themselves.
Including 1969’s “My Long Night in a Singles’ Bar” and 1983’s “Mel Gibson, Australia’s Exciting New Star. Veddy Sexy.”
Founded in 1978, Smash Hits was the UK’s rad, alternative answer to pop music magazines of the time. Though the print edition ended in 2006, we can still admire the older editions as cataloged by the awesome archive site, Like Punk Never Happened.