Women's Mags: Editors Learn To Swear, 'Glamour''s Hairy Issue

New York Times, Wednesday, January 2, 2013 3:46 PM
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Two pieces on women's mags to begin the year: Adweek's Emma Bazilian writes about Glamour's first "hair-themed issue-within-an-issue with its own cover, table of contents and editorial that begins on the opposite side of the book," exclusively sponsored by Unilever and featuring an unnamed cover girl we're certain has to be Zooey Deschanel, according to the clues Bazilian provides.

Next up is a trend piece by Christine Haughney on how women's magazine editors are finally allowing some vulgar words on the covers and inside their books -- although on a limited basis. "Women’s magazines perhaps haven’t pushed the boundaries enough yet to see whether readers will push back," writes Haughney.

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