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Not even fashion’s only Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist is immune to the layoffs over at the beleaguered weekly, it seems. A sad day for fashion criticism indeed.
Karl Lagerfeld is at it once again with his unfiltered quips. But instead of commenting on his insanely luxe life or his grocery store virginity, he ripped Newsweek‘s Tina Brown a new one for publishing a not-so-raving article about his work.
The much beloved (and sometimes vilified) Princess Diana would have turned 50 on Friday, so Newsweek decided to honor her with a computer generated cover image of the late princess walking alongside Kate Middleton and followed by a security detail. What’s creepy about that?
Diane von Furstenberg is one of our favorite girl power fashion heroes, but did you know she was also a magazine cover girl? The stunning designer posed for the cover of Newsweek back in 1976 in her iconic wrap dress. FOXY!
Susanna Schrobsdorff‘s column that imagines a world in which superficial women determined the standards of beauty to which men had to conform is a great read. Here’s why.
Don’t be fooled — all the posturing and friendliness of cosmetic salespeople are well-devised, scheming attempts to get you to buy products you probably don’t need to begin with.
Earlier this week, we reported that Stefano Tonchi would be replacing Patrick McCarthy as Editor In Chief of W magazine. Now the inevitable questions arise: what will W look like with Tonchi as Editor In Chief?