Posts tagged "glamour magazine"

The Good, The Bad & The WTF: The Glamour UK Women Of The Year Awards

Last night, Glamour magazine held the UK edition of its Women of the Year Awards. Kylie Minogue received the Outstanding Contribution Award, while Jessie J won the title of Best Solo Artist. "Downton Abbey"'s Michelle Dockery was given the Editor's Special Award, while Jessica Brown Findlay won Best UK Actress. "Britain’s Got Talent" judge Amanda Holden was awarded…
By: Julie Gerstein / May 30, 2012

The Best Part Of Working On A Campaign? Sex With A Secret Service Guy, Apparently

As much as I love it when women's magazines try to inject political coverage in between the beauty tips, sometimes the end result is a painful FAIL. Take a piece on Glamour.com about working on a presidential campaign: "It's like one giant summer camp whirlwind!" What does that mean, exactly? Well, if you're…
By: Jessica Wakeman / May 16, 2012

The World’s Most Stylish Doughnut

Krispy Kreme and Glamour U.K. have teamed up to create a limited edition doughnut for the magazine's 10th anniversary. Based on the signature Original Glazed doughnut, the Glamour Glaze is finished with a sparkling glaze in shades of hot pink and purple, tasting of strawberry and black currant, respectively. A very stylish doughnut, indeed. I…
By: Ami Angelowicz / February 23, 2011

Would You Be Into Reading A Fashion Mag On An iPad?

In an apparent bid to win over the droves of geeks and sleek tech lovers salivating over the iPad, magazine publisher Condé Nast plans to tailor the content of a few of its mags to work with Apple's soon-to-be-released digi-tablet. Glamour, The New Yorker, GQ and Wired are the test magazines for the project,…
By: Lily Q / March 6, 2010

First Lady Michelle Obama Gets The Cover For Glamour’s Women Of The Year Issue

Michelle Obama is doing her part to save the struggling magazine industry by appearing on the cover of Glamour for its December Women of the Year issue. Editor in chief Cindi Leive writes on Glamour's website that the magazine is honoring the first lady's "commitment to mentoring young women." On the inside…
By: Catherine Strawn / October 28, 2009

Glamour Magazine Promises To Change Their Skinny Ways

Remember when plus-size model Lizzie Miller appeared in Glamour magazine's September issue and caused a s**t storm of comments and letters and the general outcry of ladymag purveyors saying "Yes! Thank you! Finally!"? We also knew the magazine was planning on shooting a spread of Miller alongside other curvy ladies, including one of…
By: Erin Flaherty / October 1, 2009

The People Have Spoken, And Glamour Mag Complies

You say you want a revolution? Change is afoot at Glamour after the magazine has received tons of PR from its "shocking," controversial decision to show a semi-nude plus-size model in their September issue. (Actually, they had shot gorgeous blonde model Lizzie Miller nude in the mag before, but this time, they showed a more…
By: Erin Flaherty / September 1, 2009

Are You One Of These “Not Hot” Women?

Today, Glamour's know-it-all guy-about-relationships, Jake, thinks us gals put on certain acts to attract men. Now, I'm willing to cop to having tried out a few flirting tactics here and there—but to me, morphing into a girl I'm not, just to snag a dude, was never in the cards. How freaking exhausting. It'…
By: Nina Carbone / July 7, 2009

Why Is Miley Cyrus On The Cover Of Glamour?

Miley Cyrus has to promote "Hannah Montana: The Movie," which is projected to earn $1 billion, so what does she do? She heads to Glamour for her first women's magazine cover. Forget the fact that the movie is rated G and, therefore, way off target for Glamour's readers. And, instead, question what 16-year-old Miley ha…
By: Annika Harris / April 1, 2009

Glamour Celebrates 12 Female Icons

The April issue of Glamour features a pretty awesome spread of current female stars channeling icons in women's history. My favorites? Alexis Bleddel as Rosie the Riveter, Hayden Panettiere as Amelia Earhart, and America Ferrera as Dolores Huerta. Some of the choices were more pop culture oriented (Lindsay Lohan as "Like A Virgin" era Madonna,…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 5, 2009