What happened to the most promising brand in American fashion?
BoF's Lauren Sherman speaks with some of fashion's most seasoned editors about what it means to reinvent the fashion magazine.
As anti-racism protests spread from the streets to the corridors of powerful magazines like Vogue, the appointment of Samira Nasr, the first woman of colour to run Harper’s Bazaar, may offer a path forward.
This week Harper’s Bazaar appointed its first black editor in the magazine’s 153-year history, while beauty giant L’Oréal announced the transgender model will consult on its diversity and inclusion advisory board.
The Covid-19 crisis may reconfigure the publishing rhythms of glossy print magazines until there’s little left, writes Amy Odell.
For years, media brands have made an annual event out of their holiday gift guides. Now, they're using that influence to sell stuff through dedicated online shops, retail pop-ups, exclusive products and branded merch.
Hearst is trying to convince readers to pay for content by tapping into the subjects they’re most passionate about. Is the wedding market a good fit for this membership model?
This week, Kate Lewis succeeds chief content officer of Hearst Magazines, while Shopbop hires Shira Suveyke as brand president.
As the shift to digital eats into print advertising revenues, more magazines are doing what was once unthinkable: turning their front covers into advertising.
In today's News Bites, Thomas Pink announces its new creative director and ShopBazaar relaunches while Mira Duma and Elaine Welteroth join the Green Carpet Challenge judging panel.
This week, Barneys has promoted Matthew Mazzucca to creative director, replacing industry veteran Dennis Freedman, and Adidas is set to appoint Harm Ohlmeyer as chief financial officer in May.
Justine Picardie, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country, says "You need to discover your own true voice, rather than trying to copy anyone else’s."