Indie Fashion Magazines Like Out of Order and Hero On the Cutting Edge

A guide to seven new magazines, each offering its own niche perspective on fashion.

Tavi Gevinson of ‘Rookie’ Inspires Young Women to Create Communities of Self-Empowerment

Young women have embraced Tavi Gevinson’s message of community and self-empowerment.


A Kiss Is Just a Kiss, Unless It’s an Ad for a Clothing Company

Some experts suggest that a video sensation showing 10 pairs of strangers kissing for the first time could force major fashion designers to rethink how they advertise.


The New York Times Hires Critic and Fashion Director

Vanessa Friedman, the fashion editor of The Financial Times, will lead global fashion coverage on all publishing platforms.


Advertising: Banana Republic Ads With Real-Life Unions Include a Gay Couple

Banana Republic will present Nate Berkus with his fiancé, Jeremiah Brent, as one of the stylish pairs who are together in real life.


Times Fashion Critic Cathy Horyn to Retire

Ms. Horyn had been with The Times since 1998, and the paper’s chief fashion critic since 1999.


Net-a-Porter Founder Natalie Massenet Looks to Expand on Success

Natalie Massenet has already made Net-a-Porter a powerful force in the fashion world. Now, with a new, high-profile post and a print magazine on the way, she is charting a new course.


Advertising: Sock-of-the-Month Clubs Rise Online, Bringing Subscriptions to Feet

Online subscriptions tend to involve no shopping, with merchants sending socks of their own choosing (plain black is a favorite).


Styles Q + A: Lori Goldstein: With Her Magic, Fashion Becomes Art

The stylist has spent decades transforming a studio filled with shoeboxes and garment racks into artistry.


Advertising: Lands’ End Ad Campaign for Dress Shirts Salutes White-Collar Workers

In television commercials and online videos, real men describe their professions and laud Lands’ End dress shirts.


Encounters: Glenda Bailey: Fashion’s Intrepid Pursuer

In one day of Fashion Week, Ms. Bailey, editor in chief of Harper’s Bazaar, embraced designers, saw seven shows, attended at least one party and checked page proofs.


Hamish Bowles, He Was Born Dandy

Hamish Bowles, Vogue’s new columnist, brings an international aesthetic developed very (very) early on.


Front Row: A Look at September Fashion Magazines

The latest September issues of the major fashion magazines draw a dissent from a columnist.


DealBook: Mayer, Yahoo’s C.E.O., Goes Chic

A Marissa Mayer profile in the September issue of Vogue, titled “Mogul, Mother, Lightning Rod,” draws attention to her fashion choices.


Eva Chen, Trending Now at Lucky Magazine

Can Ms. Chen and her social media skills save Lucky Magazine?


Advertising: Bass Updates Penny Loafer For Next Generation

For the first time in nearly 20 years, G.H. Bass & Company is basing an advertising campaign on the penny loafer.


Advertising: A Multiplicity of Magazine Covers, and Just as Many Reasons

Publishers of prominent publications have embraced the concept of publishing multiple covers in a single month, hoping to lure more readers and advertisers.


A New Step in Wrestling With the Bra

Jockey, a major American manufacturer, has devised a new way to measure bra sizes to address a lament as old as the bra itself: many don’t fit.


Advertising: Back-to-School Shopping Campaigns, Already?

The tenuous state of the economy is a major reason for the earlier arrival of back-to-school shopping campaigns.


Up Close : A Profile of Cecilia Dean

Cecilia Dean, a former model and a fashion and art-world fixture behind V and Visionaire magazines, is eager to push boundaries, whether in publishing, fashion or art.