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Justin Bieber and his perfectly styled coif cover the May issue of Teen Vogue. We can already hear the tweens around the world screaming…
Teen Vogue‘s latest step in dominating the tween fashion market is a line of juniors apparel to be sold at Macy’s. Despite our weariness of collaborations and celebrity fashion lines, this new partnership between the magazine and mega-shop is intriguing.
The fashion inspiration of British Vogue will soon be made available to a new, and younger, audience. Editor Alexandra Shulman announces plans for Miss Vogue, slated for publication in June of 2013.
Pretty much every major masthead you can think of these days is going to look a lot different this time next year. From beloved editors being ousted after struggling to rake in the ad dollars (Sally Singer at T, for one) to reams of staff leaving for greener ($$) pastures (see Harper’s Bazaar), the industry-wide game of musical chairs has been going on for months now. And with many major positions still left wide open, it shows no signs of stopping any time soon.
On Friday, Teen Vogue hosted their 7th Annual Fashion University event at the Condé Nast building in New York City. Across the pond, the London Film Festival closed this weekend with a red carpet showing for “Great Expectations,” and Down Under the Caufield Cup Day drew a colorful crowd with peplums, prints, and plenty of fascinators to go around.
We never get tired of looking at pretty dresses, and last night’s calendar of events is no exception. Jennifer Garner, Ashley Greene, and Olivia Wilde held it down in New York, while Hailee Steinfeld, Leslie Mann, and Lucy Hale took over Hollywood. But who looked best? That’s for you to decide.
Sally Singer shocked the fashion industry this week when it was announced that she was leaving her gig as editor-in-chief of T magazine. Now, we get word that girl crush Eva Chen is leaving Teen Vogue after more than six years.
Yesterday we reported that teenagers were protesting outside of Teen Vogue‘s Manhattan offices in the hopes that the magazine would make an anti-airbrushing, pro-diversity pledge. Now it’s sounding like things didn’t go as well as they had hoped.
Last Thursday, Seventeen announced its Body Treaty Plan after 14-year-old Julia Bluhm successfully protested against excessive air-brushing in the magazine. Now, teens are petitioning Teen Vogue to do the same, and are holding a protest in the form of a mock fashion shoot outside of the mag’s headquarters today.
It took a while, but Katy “Teenage Dream” Perry is finally on the cover of Teen Vogue.
Following solidly in the footsteps of their half-sisters, Kylie and Kendall Jenner have just snagged their first major magazine cover for an upcoming March issue.
We’re the first to admit that we have a pretty transparently giant girl crush on Elle Fanning, but this behind-the-scenes video of her shoot for Teen Vogue just added fuel to the fire.
Just when we thought we couldn’t want to be best friends with Elle Fanning any more, she goes and covers Teen Vogue.
Oh, man. Justin Bieber may be able to sell out arenas in milliseconds and push perfume like nobody’s business, but he’s lacking in the magazine department. In fact, his February Vanity Fair cover might be the mag’s worst-selling issue in 12 years (or, you know, since Biebs was 5).
Teen Vogue beauty editor Eva Chen has been covering fashion week for almost a decade, so she knows her way around the backstage at runway shows like the back of her favorite bottle of moisturizer. But that doesn’t mean things don’t get a little hectic when she’s reporting. She told us that her very first fashion week assignment (interviewing Naomi Campbell herelf) was probably one of her most stressful to date.
We know we’re obsessed, but we find even the most mundane facts about Willow Smith totally and utterly fascinating. Her interview in Teen Vogue‘s March issue provides a fair amount of material for us to dissect (not to mention awesome photos and a great behind-the-scenes video), so allow us to learn a little bit more about our favorite pint-sized fashionista.
We are stunned by Ashley Greene‘s cover and spread for March’s issue of Teen Vogue. Not because she looks beautiful and she’s wearing great clothes — those are things we already knew were true about her. No, we’re stunned because somewhere between the cover and her spread in the magazine, her neck extends and contracts by about three inches.
Erin Kaplan, our favorite “character” on The City and one of the few who actually, you know, worked, is leaving Elle for what are apparently greener pastures over at CondeNast’s Teen Vogue.
We know, we know: this is our third Rachel Zoe-focused story of the day. This morning, the star stylist-cum-designer debuted her new contemporary line with an exclusive article in WWD, followed by a somewhat secretive show at a Manhattan loft. While the early buzz on the line was generally positive, a TwitPic from Jane Keltner DeValle – Teen Vogue’s Fashion News Director — reveals that Zoe appears to have taken some very literal inspiration from a shoot she styled for the mag in 2007.
We’ve made no secret of our obsession with Willow Smith — this is our third post on the pint-sized pop star in as many days — and we’re not alone. While out and about in NYC on Tuesday, Smith dropped by the Teen Vogue offices to talk about her new video, her style, and what it was like to sit front row at Dolce & Gabbana.